Researchers and physicians at Cedars-Sinai are at the forefront of developing new methods and tools to improve the accuracy and efficacy of MS diagnoses, as nearly 20% of patients who receive an MS diagnosis are misdiagnosed.
The multidisciplinary team at Cedars-Sinai is working together to provide innovative treatment for patients with nerve and muscle disorders, as well as to research new methods of treatment and the underlying causes of these disorders.
Physicians and researchers at Cedars-Sinai’s Parkinson’s Disease Center have created a multidisciplinary approach to treating Parkinson’s Disease creating personalized care plans based on comprehensive evaluations.
Cedars-Sinai is taking extra care to make sure patients with Parkinson's fare well and go home as soon as possible—starting with a new alert system that notifies care teams about each patient's prescriptions and unique medication schedules.
Pituitary tumors and other growths are among many conditions that require skull base surgery, which is being revolutionized by neuroendoscopy, a minimally invasive technique that brings less trauma and better outcomes.
There is virtually no brain cancer that Jeremy Rudnick, MD, refuses to take on. From breakthrough clinical trials of brain tumor vaccines to molecular targeted therapy, Rudnick’s patients benefit from the latest cutting-edge innovation.