Welcome to Northwest Neurology

The Hoffman Estates office has moved to the Arboretum South Barrington! The new office opened February 2nd. Come see us at 100 W. Higgins Rd., Suite H-45 at the Arboretum South Barrington! 

Northwest Neurology is also pleased to announce that beginning May 2015, we will have office hours at 525 Congress Parkway in Crystal Lake. Details to follow! 

Northwest Neurology is the leading independent neurology practice in the Chicago area and suburbs, with regional offices in Lake Barrington, Rolling Meadows/ Arlington Heights and South Barrington/ Arboretum.  Northwest Neurology sees patients from throughout the Chicago area, northern Illinois, southern Wisconsin and northern Indiana. The 11 doctors at Northwest Neurology provide expertise in the evaluation and treatment of concussion, migraine, headache, epilepsy, seizure disorder, Parkinson's disease, Multiple Sclerosis, memory loss, dementia, TIA, stroke, inpatient neurology, women's neurology, neuromuscular disease including myasthenia gravis, neuropathy and more. 

Northwest Neurology's Manisha Sahay, M.D. is the Chicagoland area's only neurologist with fellowship training in women's neurology. Under Dr. Sahay's direction, Northwest Neurology's Women's Neurology Center is leading the way for women with neurological problems that interface with pregnancy, menstruation, menopause and neuropharmacological issues unique to women. Dr. Sahay is also fluent in Hindi.

Northwest Neurology is also home to the preeminent independent Multiple Sclerosis Center in the Chicago area.  Directed by Dr. George Katsamakis, the MS Center of Northwest Neurolgy is recognized by the National Multiple Scerosis Society and the the Consortium of National Multiple Sclerosis Centers.  Under Dr. Katsamakis, The MS Center is supported by 3 MS Certified Nurses, Lisa Jackson CNP, Angela Wonnacott RN and Mariah Francis RN. One of the largest of its kind, the MS Center of Northwest Neurology cares for more than 1500 MS patients. 

Northwest Neurology is committed to providing comprehensive, coordinated care. Integrated services are available onsite including MRI, ultrasound, EEG, video-EEG, EMG, infusion and neuropsychological testing.  Northwest Neurology also recognizes that often patients need more than what the best medicine can provide.  Northwest Neurology offers onsite appointments with Lesli Bitel-Koskela, an experienced certified patient coach and nutritionist, Lorena Nehring LPN, an experienced wellness and social services coordinator, and Carole Feintech, a certified and experienced massage therapist.  Carole has special interest and expertise in massage as a complementary treatment for individuals with neurological and medical conditions.  More information regarding these new services is available under Our Programs.

    The following integrated services are available at Northwest Neurology:

As you navigate our website, you’ll learn about neurology, as well as Northwest Neurology’s practice philosophy, physicians, our area office locations and new patient information. You may request an appointment by clicking here and someone will get back to you. Northwest Neurology is excited to be on social media including Facebook and Twitter, where we can speak out on what's new in neurology! For your own protection, please do not post any personal health information via social media. We hope you’ll find valuable information on the web site about Northwest Neurology and the practice of Neurology in general.  We believe informed patients are better prepared to make decisions about their health and well being!

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Offices in Lake Barrington, Rolling Meadows and Hoffman Estates, Illinois
NINDS Disorders is an index of neurological conditions provided by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS). This valuable tool offers detailed descriptions, facts on treatment and prognosis, and patient organization contact information for over 500 identified neurological disorders.