Clinical Practice

Welcome to the Department of Neurology


Our specialty-trained physicians treat a number of neurological disorders. Please click on a term for appointment info.

        
    Acoustic SchwannomaDown SyndromeMOG antibody disease (MOGAD)Pseudoseizures
    Advance Care PlanningDystoniaMotor Neuron DiseasePseudotumor Cerebri
    Alzheimer's DiseaseEncephalitisMuscle/Nerve PathologyPsychogenic Non-epileptic Events
    Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)EpendymomaMuscular DystrophyPsychogenic Seizures
    AneurysmEpilepsyMyasthenia GravisPupil Abnormalities
    Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM)Epileptic SeizuresMyoclonusQuality of Life
    AstrocytomaErdheim-Chester DiseaseMyopathyRadiation Necrosis
    AtaxiaFace Pain NarcolepsyRestless Leg Syndrome
    Brain CancerFitsNeurofibromatosis 1 & 2Restless Leg Syndrome
    Brain InjuryFNDNeurologic Complications of CancerSeizures
    Brain TumorsFrontotemporal Dementia (FTD)Neurological Conditions-DiagnosisSleep Apnea
    Burning Mouth SyndromeFunctional neurological symptom disorder, seizuresNeuromyelitis Optica (NMO)Somatoform Disorder
    CADASIL SyndromeFunctional SeizuresNeuropathySpinal Cord Tumors
    Care GoalsGangliogliomaNeurosarcoidosisSpinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA)
    Care TransitionGenetic Muscle and Nerve DiseaseNeuro-Vascular DisordersSpiritual Support
    Caregiver ResourcesGlioblastomaNew Daily Persistent Headache Stroke
    Carotid Artery DiseaseGliosarcomaNon-Electrical SeizuresSubependymal Giant Cell Astrocytoma
    Cerebro-Spinal Fluid LeakGrand MalNon-Epileptic SeizuresSUSAC Syndrome
    Cervicogenic Headache Guillain Barre Syndrome (GBS)NystagmusTension-type Headache 
    Charcot Marie Tooth Disease (CMT)Head InjuryOcular Myasthenia GravisTics
    Chemotherapy Induced NeurotoxicityHeadache Attributed to Infection OligodendrogliomaTourette's Syndrome
    ChoreaHistiocytic DisordersOptic Nerve DisordersTransient Ischemic Attack (TIA)
    Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)Huntington's DiseaseParaneoplastic DisordersTransverse Myelitis
    Chronic MigraineInfections of the Nervous SystemParaneoplastic Neurological DisordersTraumatic Brain Injury (TBI)
    CLIPPERS SyndromeInsomniaParasomniaTremor
    Cluster Headache Ischemic StrokeParkinson’s Disease DementiaTrigeminal Neuralgia 
    CNS VasculitisLanguage DisordersParkinson's DiseaseTuberous Sclerosis
    Cognitive ChangesLewy Body DementiaPetit MalVascular Dementia
    Conversion DisorderMedical Symptom ManagementPilocytic AstrocytomaVascular Malformations
    ConvulsionMedication Overuse Headache/Rebound Headache Pleiomorphic XanthoastrocytomaVision Loss
    DementiaMemory LossPlexiform NeurofibromaVisual Disturbances
    Dementia with Lewy BodiesMeningitisPNESVisual Field Loss
    Dissociative AttacksMigraine with AuraPosterior Cortical AtrophyVisual Hallucinations
    Dissociative SeizuresMigraine without AuraPosttraumatic Headache/Concussion 
    Double VisionMild Cognitive ImpairmentPrimary Central Nervous System Lymphoma (PCNSL) 

    Please FAX patient info to the University of Colorado Hospital Neurology Clinic:

    Referrals Fax:                720-848-2106

    Medical Records Fax:    720-848-5551

    Prescription Fax:            720-848-0117

     

    From I-25 & I-70 Denver

    Take I-70 east to I-225. Take I-225 south to Colfax Avenue. Take Colfax Avenue west to Ursula Street. Take Ursula Street north (right) to the first complex on the left. Follow signs for parking.

    From downtown Denver

    Take Colfax Avenue east to Ursula Street (next light east of Peoria.) Take Ursula Street north (left) to the first complex on the left. Follow signs for parking.

    From DIA

    Take Pena Boulevard south to I-70. Take the immediate exit to I-225. Take I-225 south to Colfax Avenue. Take Colfax Avenue west to Ursula Street. Take Ursula Street north (right) to the first complex on the left. Follow signs for parking.

    From Colorado Springs

    Take I-25 north to I-225 north to Colfax Avenue. Take Colfax Avenue west (left) to Ursula Street. Take Ursula Street north (right) to the first complex on the left. Follow signs for parking.

     

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    Parking

    Free parking for patients is available in lots located in front of the Anschutz Center. Complimentary valet parking is also available at the front entrance of the Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion.

     

    Bus

    RTD (Regional Transportation District) serves the Metro Denver area. For route and fare information, visit www.rtd-denver.com.

     

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    Neurology Clinic

    Anschutz Outpatient Pavilion

    University of Colorado Hospital

    R1635 Aurora Court

    Aurora, CO 80045

    (720) 848-2080

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