Our brain powers our bodies, propels our curiosity, defines our personality and holds our memories.
Having a neurological disorder is scary. Providence Brain and Spine Institute is dedicated to providing the best care to our patients and their families, and donors help us do more.
Doctors at Providence Brain and Spine Institute treat the most difficult afflictions of the human brain. As a clinical leader and research hub in the region, we participate in clinical trials to discover new treatments and unlock the keys to cures. Generous donors accelerate this work, supporting opportunities for our doctors and researchers to bring the best treatments and healing to our patients.
Providence Brain and Spine Institute treats brain and skull base disorders, as well as stroke, peripheral nerve disorders, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer's disease, amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), epilepsy and pediatric neurological conditions. We need your support to help the thousands of patients we serve each year.
It's Brain Surgery ... not Rocket Science
Featuring Vivek Deshmukh, M.D.
Online Thursday, June 3
Noon – 1 p.m.
Brain surgery can now provide a whole new world of possibilities for some of the most vulnerable patients. Learn how the neurosurgical team at Providence Brain and Spine Institute is offering hope for today’s patients as they prepare for tomorrow’s.
Dr. Vivek Deshmukh, chairman of neurosurgery at Providence, will discuss:
- Current neurosurgical applications for patients affected by stroke, brain tumors, Parkinson’s disease and epilepsy
- The future of brain and spine care at Providence
Your support brings better and more effective treatments to our patients.
Your support will:
MS Research Update with Dr. Stanley Cohan
Recently, Providence Brain & Spine Institute hosted a virtual conversation with Dr. Stanley Cohan about advancements in treating multiple sclerosis and the latest research efforts he and his colleagues are involved in at Providence.
Dr. Cohan created the Providence MS Center in 2001. Prior to that he was an investigator in the original, pivotal trial of beta interferon, known for the treatment of relapsing MS.
Watch the conversation below, and click here to make a gift in support of MS research at Providence Brain & Spine Institute.
How you can help
Give: Make a gift to Providence in support of brain and spine research.
Get involved: Take a tour, meet our research team in person or attend a gathering.
Introduce: Share information about our work with others, host Brain and Spine Institute tours or plan gatherings for your friends.
Remember: Remember Providence in your will or estate plan to ensure the future of brain and spine research, treatment and care.