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    At the Center for Neurosciences we deliver high quality, state-of-the-art care with our patients' health, comfort, and peace of mind at the center of all we do.


THE CENTER FOR NEUROSCIENCES is home to Southern Arizona’s largest and longest standing group practice dedicated to the treatment of neurological disorders. Our aim is to provide the highest-quality neurological care– the same level of care we would want for ourselves or our loved ones.

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The Center for Neurosciences Foundation

Gray and White Fete

Each Brain MattersOn November 4, 2016 The Center for Neurosciences Foundation will hold its second annual fundraising event, The Gray and White Fête, at Bates Mansion in beautiful Downtown Tucson. Join us for an enchanted evening in support of our mission to educate the Southern Arizona community about brain and cognitive health. This year, our focus is to raise funds for The Brain Bus project.

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News & Events

  • Video of Dr. Sahni on the Morning Blend

    Watch Dr. Sahni on the Morning Blend discussing sleepy days and sleepless nights and what you can do to get a good night's sleep. Dr. Sahni is a Sleep Medicine physician devoted to the diagnosis and therapy of sleep disturbances and disorders. Disorders managed by sleep specialists include, but are not limited to, sleep related breathing disorders, insomnia, hypersomnia, circadian rhythm sleep disorders, parasomnias and sleep related movement disorders.
  • Doctors Seeing Increase in Young Stroke Victims

    "The decreased rate in stroke probably has to do with the fact that we've become much better at treating the known risk factors for stroke," said Dr. David Teeple, a Center for Neurosciences neurologist. "The reason there's an increase of people under the age of 50 probably is mirroring or has to do with this epidemic of obesity." KVOA | | Tucson, Arizona
  • Firefighter Eric Cline Makes Remarkable Recovery

    "He was within a hairs breath from being dead," said Kurt Schroeder, MD. "It was as though his brain had recovered from this massive increase in the clot and now was starting to work again and the next morning he looked better and it was then we took him to the OR got him coiled, evacuated the clot and started his recovery." KVOA | | Tucson, Arizona

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