We offer adult neurologic care for a growing variety of conditions which are listed below. We also provide specialized services such as botox treatment for chronic migraine and nutrition and wellness counselling in the context of neurological conditions.

At the Neurology Centre of Toronto we care about the ‘whole patient’, recognizing the physical, psychological, and social implications of a neurological diagnosis. Our commitment to you through patient-centred care means forming a partnership to develop a personalized treatment plan that incorporates your goals and perspective.

Our specialist nurses are available by email in between your follow up visits to answer your questions and concerns in a timely manner. They provide counselling for day-to-day questions you may have or offer guidance to help prevent crises and unnecessary hospital visits. Our goal is for you to re-establish a sense of independence that makes life meaningful.

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy

Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) is a form of ‘talk therapy’ that helps patients develop long-term coping strategies for a wide range of conditions, such as anxiety or depression.

Concussion

Concussion is an injury to the brain that can lead to a variety of different effects physically, emotionally and cognitively. People with concussion can develop a variety of different symptoms, including headaches, memory problems, concentration & attention difficulties, sleep disturbance and more.

Epilepsy & Seizures

Seizures are temporary disruptions in the brain’s normal function that may appear as confusion, abnormal behaviours or convulsions depending on the area of the brain affected.

Epilepsy is a chronic disease that causes repeated, unprovoked seizures.

Headache & Migraines

Headaches and migraine cause mild to severe head pain that can last seconds to days. Associated symptoms are variable and may include sensitivity to light and sound, nausea, balance problems and dizziness. In some cases, vision, weakness and body sensation changes (“auras”) may occur before or during headaches.