We treat all forms of neurological concerns involving the central and peripheral nervous systems. Our skilled neurology team uses the most advanced techniques in integrative care to treat and properly diagnose a wide range of common and complex neurologic conditions. With our innovative approach tailored to the unique needs of every individual patient, we are dedicated to providing advanced neurological care that is linked to improved health across the board.
Dr. Pitts is a Board-Certified Neurologist with fellowship subspecialty training in Clinical Neurophysiology from Columbia University Medical Center at New York Presbyterian Hospital. He also has earned a Certificate of Added Qualification in Headache Medicine from the National Headache Foundation.
Because many people with neurological conditions have struggled to receive a correct diagnosis, our first step will be advanced diagnostics and testing to ensure that your issue is properly identified so a personalized treatment plan can be put in place. With both our Clinical Neurology department and Brain Health Program at hand, our treatment plans emphasize an integrative approach to health that treats the whole person. Our neurological treatment plans include trigger point injections, pharmacotherapy, physical therapy, BOTOX® for migraines, and more. By identifying ERP and EEG biomarkers for memory loss, we can support whole-lifestyle changes that combine supplements and medication with diet and health promotion in order to improve brain health.
- Migraine/Chronic migraines
- Tension type headache
- Cluster headache
- Memory loss
- Alzheimer’s Disease
- Neck pain
- Back pain
- Nerve entrapment
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Thyroid problems
- Vascular disease
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Brain trauma and head injuries
- Chemical abuse
- Heavy metal toxicity
- Standard Electromyogram/Nerve conduction studies (EMG/NCS)
- Special Electromyogram/Nerve conduction studies
- EMG biofeedback
- Electroencephalogram (EEG)
- Nerve blocks
- Occipital nerve block
- Phenol nerve block
- Supratrochlear nerve block
- Supraorbital nerve block
- Auriculotemporal nerve block
- Sphenopalatine ganglion (sphenocath) nerve block
- Median, ulnar, biceps tendon nerve blocks (with ultrasound)
- Skin biopsy
- Lumbar puncture
- Epidural blood patch
- Visual and somatosensory evoked potentials
- Management of advanced infusion therapies
- Management of all disease modifying agents available for multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, and autoimmune neuropathy, and immunosuppressive therapies.
Myasthenia gravis is one neurological condition that develops when the regular communication between nerves and muscles breaks down. The muscles under your control become weak and quickly fatigued. You may experience difficulty with speech and chewing, double vision, or drooping eyelids. Symptoms of myasthenia gravis tend to progress over time in the years following their initial development. There are several causes of myasthenia gravis, including antibodies produced by your own body or a malfunction of the thymus gland.
Alzheimer's Disease Prevention and Brain Health
The eVox diagnostic system provides swift, accurate detection of memory loss or risk factors for dementia. In one-third of cases, the progression of dementia can be prevented or mitigated by persons changing their lifestyle. In other cases, memory loss can often be treated if it is found early, especially when it is caused by a vitamin deficiency, hormonal problems, or sleep difficulties. eVox can identify biomarkers for memory loss up to 20 years before the symptoms of Alzheimer's disease occur. Our Brain Health Program is designed to treat diet and lifestyle as well, guiding you to a healthier future and working to prevent dementia, improve sleep hygiene, promote cerebrovascular health, and achieve optimal performance.