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Spartanburg Neurological Services, P.A. began in 1990 as a solo private practice serving the greater Spartanburg area. We have evolved into a group practice with four neurologists representing several subspecialty areas including adult neurology, clinical neurophysiology with EEG and evoked potentials, neuromuscular disease including academic quality nerve conduction and electromyography laboratory services, epilepsy with appropriate diagnostic services such as EEG and inpatient video-EEG monitoring, sleep medicine with a free-standing laboratory and participation at two hospital-based laboratories, stroke medicine with a fellowship trained cerebrovascular disease expert and neurovascular laboratory, autonomic disorders laboratory, and developing a neurorehabilitation program appropriate for our community's needs.

We have recognized the need for a diversified practice that commits itself to the growing needs of our community in size, complexity, languages, and emergency neurological medicine. As a group our physicians are involved in planning committees in hospitals, institutional review boards, clinical research bringing new treatments earlier, physician and technical education, community services, public education in neurosciences, and opening specialty services such as the Muscular Dystrophy Association Clinic. We have inpatient services at Spartanburg Regional Medical Center and Mary Black Memorial Hospital. We provide consultative services at Upstate Carolina Medical Center and staff a clinic in Gaffney. Our physicians and staff can communicate in nine different languages. Currently we are providing input into the hospital systems to create the best practice standards. In emergency neurological medicine we are helping to organize the best management methods for acute stroke and transient ischemic attack.

The clinical knowledge of a subspecialized neurology practice is advantageous to our community and growth will continue as we add new physicians and services

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