Telemedicine


Stillwater Neurology now offers a telemedicine/telehealth option for those patients needing a greater access to their neurological care. Best of all, it costs you nothing extra! Please call our office at (405) 533-2060 to inquire about this new service!

Inpatient Consultations


We see patients in the hospital setting too!  We sincerely hope that you will never require a hospital admission for a neurologic illness. However, in the case of such an event, you will be in the capable hands of the most skilled physicians and staff at the highly regarded Stillwater Medical Center. We practice inpatient neurology exclusively at Stillwater Medical Center.

Nerve Conduction Studies


Utilizing state-of-the art equipment, we have the ability to measure the electrical capacity of the nerves in your arms and legs. This test is utilized to diagnose or sometimes, rule out, many neurological disorders of the nervous system. It is often thought of synonymously with "EMG" because the tests are usually performed together.

Outpatient Consultations


At Stillwater Neurology, we are highly trained in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disease. Whether you require treatment for a previously diagnosed condition or you have a medical mystery that still requires diagnosis, please ask your Primary Care Provider for a referral. 

Services

Vagal Nerve Stimulation


A very effective, non-pharmacological therapy for seizures.

Botox Injections


Botox injections are not just for wrinkles anymore! Botox is FDA approved and clinically proven to provide relief in the treatment of chronic migraine as well as a number of other medical conditions.

EMG


EMG stands for electromyogram. This test allows us to measure the electrical activity of your muscles. It is helpful in the diagnosis of many disorders of the nervous system, neuromuscular junction, and muscle. It is often thought of synonymously with "nerve conduction study" because the tests are usually performed together.

Carpal Tunnel Injections


Generally, patients can have relief from carpal tunnel syndrome pain with conservative measures, such as wrist splinting. In some instances, when patients do not experience relief with splinting, a carpal tunnel injection can be helpful. This is a quick, in-office procedure that, in some instances, can be very relieving for carpal tunnel syndrome pain.

Occipital Nerve Blocks


An effective and fast treatment for pain related to occipital neuralgia (painful feeling in the back of the head). With a few injection points, patients can feel relief within a few hours.

EEG


EEG stands for electroencephalogram. This test allows us to monitor the activity of your brain waves. It is highly useful in the diagnosis of seizures and epilepsy but also has many other clinical applications. We are lucky to have a Stillwater native, Jennifer Steele, as our EEG technologist.

Deep Brain Stimulation


The ideal treatment for Parkinson's Disease and Essential Tremor.