The Oregon Clinic - Neurology specialty treats diseases associated with the nervous system, which may affect a patient`s brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles.
Our neurologists evaluate, diagnose and treat symptoms such as headaches, back pain, seizures and dizziness. We also care for patients with multiple sclerosis, Parkinsons disease, ALS (Lou Gehrigs disease), brain tumors, stroke, and other neurological disorders.
We are currently welcoming new patients. Please see our list of office locations to the right to find the location closest to you.
Once selecting a location, you can either call to schedule an appointment or click on a provider of your choice and request an appointment online.
Log into your online portal, MyHealth Connection, to request an appointment online, retrieve your medical records, request prescription refills, and communicate with your office.
If you don't have a log in, you can click on your office location to the right, and call or click on your provider to request an appointment.
To expedite your check-in process, please print and complete any applicable forms from our patient portal, MyHealthConnection (no login required).
To refer a patient to our practice, please visit the Office Location page of your choice to conveniently submit your referral online or call us at the number listed.
Our neurologists are highly trained in dealing with a wide range of neurological diseases, always with the goal of optimizing our patient`s quality of life. Many also teach resident doctors, medical students and regularly contribute to medical journals, text books and important research.
Meet Our Providers:
- Dr. Rosenbaum spoke to KATU - AM Northwest about The Oregon Clinic's work with Parkinson's patients.
Dr. Rosenbaum was featured on KGW news on April 2015 for his educational work with high school students through a program with OHSU titled "Partnership for Scientific Inquiry." One of Dr. Rosenbaum's students received an international award for an essay she wrote in a contest by the American Society of Human Genetics. Dr. Rosenbaum commented that the thing he liked most about the essay was "it taught [him] something, which is the best thing that a teacher can say about his student."
To watch the segment, click here: http://www.kgw.com/videos/features/2015/04/24/wilson-hs-sophomore-gets-a...