Services & Programs
With an expert medical team and technologically advanced diagnostic treatment options, our neurological services provide quality care. Our services include:
Across Volusia and Flagler County, Florida Hospital serves as a Primary Stroke Center featuring “Brain Attack Teams”. Similar in philosophy as a trauma team, our team is comprised of Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel and a select group of specialty-trained and certified Emergency Department physicians and nurses – as well as neurologist, radiologists and neurosurgeons. Emergency Medical Services works directly with Florida Hospital to provide rapid transportation to the Emergency Department. The coordination and effective communication between the two is the first line of defense with the Brain Attack Program, available 24-hours a day, seven days a week, to provide prompt, efficient diagnosis and treatment for stroke victims.
Patients in the Brain Tumor Program benefit from the combined expertise of neuro and oncology specialists who work together to implement the most effective treatment plans possible. The program features progressive treatment techniques which include Intensity Modulated Radiation Therapy (IMRT), and Image Guided Radiation Therapy (IGRT). This system is capable of administrating ultra-precise dose of radiation to previously unreachable tumors.
Complex spinal surgery and minimally invasive procedures are performed to treat tumors, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis and other spinal disorders. Minimally invasive procedures include kyphoplasty, used to treat painful, progressive vertebral body collapse/fracture (VCFs). The VCFs may be caused by osteoporosis or the spread of tumors to the vertebral body.
Our Sleep Center located in DeLand provides patients with advanced therapies to treat an array of sleep disorders. In fact, our Sleep Disorders Center has earned accreditation through the Joint Commission as well, making our team of experts help patients achieve more normal sleep patterns for a healthier life. A few common conditions we treat include:
- Restless Legs Syndrome
- Sleep Apnea
- Bruxism (grinding of the teeth)
- And more
In addition to using the latest diagnostic tools and treatment methods, our neuroscience services provide comprehensive rehabilitation services throughout the Volusia and Flagler region. Through Physical, Occupational, and Speech Therapy, our 13 outpatient rehabilitation centers are ready to improve your function and restore your quality of life following hospitalization, surgery or an injury. Additionally, our inpatient rehabilitation, Peninsula Rehabilitation, located at Florida Hospital Oceanside, offers patients a scenic view throughout their recovery. The staff at Peninsula Rehabilitation Center is comprised of specialty trained nurses and therapist of all disciplines with a common focus on returning those in their care to the heist possible function for their daily lives. For more information about our rehabilitation services, click here.