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Piedmont Neurology Patient Portal gives you a secure, convenient online portal to schedule appointments, communicate, request prescription renewals, as well as make payments with a credit card.



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Piedmont Neurology is an IAC Accredited MRI facility. This seal means that your doctors have met high standards of safety and quality required by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission for MRI facilities.

seal_mriColorIn order to provide excellent care, we believe that patients deserve access to state-of-the-art diagnostic studies including MRI without having to break the bank. Your study will be interpreted by neurologists with advanced training in neuroimaging and diseases of the nervous system. We believe that patients will appreciate the convenience of in-office MRI at a cost that is significantly lower than our competitors.

Welcome to Piedmont Neurology!

Here at Piedmont Neurology the staff and our board-certified physicians are dedicated to providing high quality neurological care. A visit to the doctor can be stressful and frightening especially when you don’t feel well. We make every effort to make sure your visit is productive and as uncomplicated as possible. The following information is provided so that you will be prepared for the visit and your time is well spent.

What is a neurologist?

A neurologist is a medical doctor who has specialized training in the diagnosis and medical (non-surgical) treatment of a wide variety of diseases affecting the brain, spinal cord, nerves, and muscles. Our neurologists work in close cooperation with neurosurgeons to determine what type of care is most appropriate for you. Some of the diseases treated by our neurologists include:

  • Back Pain & Spine Disease
  • Stroke and other disease of the blood vessels and carotid arteries
  • Headache & Migraine
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Movement Disorders (Parkinson’s Disease, Tremor, Dystonia, Huntington’s disease, Tourette’s syndrome)
  • Muscle/Nerve Disorders (carpal tunnel syndrome, neuropathy, “pinched nerves”, muscular dystrophy, ALS, and myasthenia gravis).
  • Dementia (Memory disorders, Alzheimer’s disease)
  • Spinal Cord/Traumatic Brain Injuries & Concussion
  • Painful Disorders (shingles, trigeminal neuralgia, back pain/sciatica)

Concussion and Traumatic Brain Injury

According to the CDC, Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a major cause of death and disability in the United States, contributing to about 30% of all injury deaths. Every day, 138 people in the United States die from injuries that include TBI. Those who survive a TBI can face effects lasting a few days to disabilities which may last the rest of their lives. Effects of TBI can include impaired thinking or memory, movement, sensation (e.g., vision or hearing), or emotional functioning (e.g., personality changes, depression). These issues not only affect individuals but can have lasting effects on families and communities. Continue reading … error