Other Professional Category: Neurology
The Michigan Institute for Neurological Disorders (MIND) is Michigan’s leading provider of comprehensive neurological care for the full range of disorders of the brain, spine, and nervous system. MIND provides cutting-edge diagnosis, treatment, management, and research of neurological disorders. Patients receive individualized care to help improve their symptoms and quality of life.
MIND is staffed by a team of 24 providers who are experts in their field and offer compassionate, comprehensive care for neurological disorders. On-site diagnostics including two open MRIs, electrodiagnostics (EEG, EMG, OCT), infusion services, and pain management are available. Specialists treat multiple sclerosis, headaches/facial pain, stroke, Alzheimer’s disease/memory disorders, Parkinson’s disease/movement disorders, muscular dystrophies, and epilepsy, along with other neurological conditions.
Founded in 1969, MIND has become the largest and most comprehensive private neurological practice in Michigan. While times and technologies have changed in the past 50 years, MIND hasn’t compromised its core set of values, which focus on providing first-rate care.
MIND’s Multiple Sclerosis Center has been recognized by the National Multiple Sclerosis Society as a Center for Comprehensive MS Care. This center is one of the largest private MS centers in the country, caring for more than 2,700 patients per year. The MS Center was developed to provide diagnostic, therapeutic, and supportive services to multiple sclerosis patients and their families.
Most recently, to help address one of the most common disorders of the central nervous system, MIND established its Headache & Facial Pain Center, which helps identify and treat frequent headache and facial pain that often results in the loss of productivity, disability, and poor quality of life.
Providing care closer to home for patients and making expert treatment easier and more accessible, MIND’s full-service headquarters is conveniently located in Farmington Hills. An expanded east side satellite, to be located in Roseville, will join its Dearborn Heights satellite in 2021.
Michigan Institute for Neurological Disorders (MIND)
28595 Orchard Lake Rd., Ste. 200
Farmington Hills, MI 48334