Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders (DCND) is one of the largest independent neurology clinics in Ohio and the Miami Valley’s top practice for treating brain, spinal, and neurological disorders. The team offers exceptional care for adults at their offices in Centerville, Beavercreek, Huber Heights, and Eaton. They also partner with several hospital systems providing inpatient and outpatient neurology services in Springfield, Eaton, Wilmington, and Hillsboro, Ohio.
While size has advantages, like giving the team an unmatched ability to stay up-to-date with the latest advances in medical science, perform clinical research, and train the next generation of neurologists, it doesn’t change each patient’s experience.
The practice’s extensive team of board-certified physicians and advanced-practice providers devote time and individualized attention to every patient, empowering them to make the best decisions by explaining their neurological condition and treatment options.
Dayton Center for Neurological Disorders is also a physician-owned private practice. That means their focus stays on their patients.
This comprehensive practice offers care for the full range of neurological disorders. A short list of the conditions they treat includes dementia (including Alzheimer’s), epilepsy and seizures, migraines, concussions and other traumatic brain injuries, movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease.
The team also provides an array of specialty services, ranging from cognitive testing and nerve conduction studies to neurorehabilitation and an on-site infusion center. In addition to general neurology physicians, the team includes doctors with expertise in sleep medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation.
DCND operates one of the few certified Multiple Sclerosis Centers in the region. The National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Society recognized the team for its comprehensive center and commitment to unparalleled MS care.
DCND is currently accepting new patients on a referral basis only. Connect with a primary care provider or specialist to get a referral, then the office will give you a call to schedule an appointment.