Erlanger Neuroscience Institute announced as event beneficiary

Chattanooga MotorCar Festival is proud to announce Erlanger Neuroscience Institute as the event beneficiary! 

As the region's only certified academic Neuroscience Center, the Erlanger Neuroscience Institute is focused on a collaborative, multidisciplinary approach that enhances quality of care for patients and families, and facilitates training to healthcare professionals. Erlanger's neurological specialists treat adultand pediatric patients with a variety of disorders ranging from common to complex. Our specialists use the latest advancements in imaging technology to accurately diagnose and develop individualized treatment plans, providing the best possible outcomes for our patients.

The Erlanger Southeast Regional Stroke Center is one of the largest stroke centers in the nation and is our region's first and only Comprehensive Stroke Center as certified by the Joint Commission. This means that we're able to significantly improve outcomes for stroke patients by offering more treatment options and by adhering to high national standards and guidelines. No place on earth can do more to save someone who is having a stroke.

As impressive as our stroke center is, it's only one of the world-class services that the Erlanger Neuroscience Institute offers. Other neurological services include:

National centers of excellence for Huntington's disease and ALS

The region's only accredited EMG lab

The region's only fellowship trained movement disorders specialist

The region's only neuro-oncology services

Accredited sleep disorders care for children and adults

Diagnosis and treatment of dementia, Alzheimer's and Parkinson's disease

With a tradition of excellence that spans more than 70 years, Erlanger physicians are also the leading providers of Neurosurgical care in the region. The Erlanger Neurosurgery Group is dedicated to providing the highest standard of care for our patients, including minimally invasive neurosurgical techniques, as well as comprehensive non-surgical treatment and rehabilitation.

 

Kacie Yates