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Treatment Services

Neurologist exams patient

The experts at Rutland Regional Neurology Center take a unique approach to neurology treatment, combining the convenient, personalized care of a regional hospital with the up-to-date technology of a large healthcare system. The result: advanced care close to home with a personal touch.

Headache and Migraine Care

Our neurologists understand that chronic headaches and migraines can be painful, inconvenient or even debilitating. That’s why we use the latest diagnostic technology to find the source of your pain followed by our treatment expertise to help you manage your condition.

Our specialists will conduct a thorough evaluation of your condition and will help you find the treatment regimen that works for you. From lifestyle changes to preventive treatment to rescue medications, our specialists will provide you with a range of effective treatment options.

Stroke Care

If you suffered a stroke or transient ischemic attack (TIA), sometimes called a mini-stroke, you can count on our neurology specialists to offer the region’s best, most compassionate follow-up care. Our convenient annual and semiannual checkups and medication management/monitoring services eliminate the need for you to travel outside the region for stroke care.

Seizure Treatment

After delivering an accurate diagnosis, our specialists will use the latest medication and therapies to help you manage your seizure disorder. We will work closely with you to find the most effective treatment regimen while minimizing bothersome medication side effects.


This is a slow down or blockage of the blood that normally flows to part of your brain. When it happens, your brain cells don't get the oxygen and nutrients they need. Within minutes, they begin to die.


This is a problem with the electrical activity of your brain's nerve cells. These cells are called "neurons." With epilepsy, they sometimes send out disorganized signals. When this happens, you can suddenly lose control of your body for a brief time. There may be a change in how you act or feel. We call this a "seizure."

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