Our Services

SNI provides the full spectrum of neurological and sleep care in the community setting. It avails of the latest neurophysiologic and neuroimaging diagnostic technology and neuropsychological testing. It recognizes the many comorbidities and associated complications seen in both neurological and sleep disorders. It attempts to look for single or multiple causes of our patient’s symptoms and looks at the comprehensive care of our patients. It prioritizes nonpharmacological approaches but recognizes the role of pharmacological treatments. Its aim is patient involvement and empowerment, and hopes to positively channel the patient’s own healing capability. It also acknowledges occasional needs for multi-specialty care and coordinates the appropriate referral and long term care. It offers both single specialty and general neurological and sleep care.


SNI General Neurology and Specialty Programs/Clinic

SNI General Neurology Clinic

The clinic evaluates the many general neurology conditions, including headaches (such as migraine, cluster headaches, subacute headache syndromes, chronic daily headaches), neuropathies (such peripheral neuropathy, nerve entrapments of the hand and feet, mononeuritis, plexopathies), back and neck pain (such as myofascial pain, spondylosis, radiculopathies, myelopathies), movement disorders (such as Parkinson disease and Parkinsonism, tremors, dystonias, chorea, athetosis), neuromuscular diseases (such as myasthenic syndromes, congenital myopathies, autoimmune myopathies), head injuries (such as concussion, moderate to severe traumatic brain injuries, chronic traumatic encephalopathy). The general neurology clinic recognizes that many neurological conditions can co-exist and interact and should be simultaneously treated. It also recognizes the occasional need for multidisciplinary and multi-specialty care and coordinates this care.

SNI Seizure and Epilepsy Clinic

The Program treats both epileptic and nonepileptic seizures. It recognizes their occasional co-existence. It identifies the best pharmacological and nonpharmacological treatment for both. It focuses on long term treatment compliance and life changes to assure absence of seizures. It evaluates poorly controlled patients for alternative treatments including neurostimulation treatments and possible epilepsy surgery. It coordinates the necessary multi-specialty care.

SNI Neuro-ophthalmology Program

The program evaluates the border zone of neurology and ophthalmology, seen in a variety or medical and neurological conditions. It provides the best appropriate medical or rehabilitative treatment. It coordinates the necessary multi-specialty care.

SNI MS Program and MS team.

The program provides the full spectrum of MS care, form diagnosis to treatment. It identifies the triggers for exacerbations that can be avoided, the timing of treatment for relapses and the best disease modifying treatment options vis-à-vis the patients needs. It recognizes the many associated secondary symptoms. It recognizes the many symptoms and diseases that mimic MS symptoms. It coordinates the necessary rehabilitation. It provides a team approach, including neuro-radiology, neuro-ophthalmology, neurophysiology and neuro-immunology.

SNI Dementia Program

The program evaluates both subjective and objective memory and other associated cognitive complaints. It provides the full diagnostic work-up to differentiate among the different types of dementia syndromes and mild cognitive impairment syndromes. It aims to initiate use of memory enhancers at the earliest possible time. It also recognizes the many associated behavioral, psychological and sleep complications. It helps focus on caregiver empowerment. It coordinates the necessary multi-specialty care.

SNI Post Stroke Program

The program provides a catchment for patients who have had a stroke or TIA, It assesses whether full diagnostic approaches have been made to identify multiple risk factors and assures implementation of risk factor control. It identifies the need for appropriate antiplatelet, anticoagulant, other medical, interventional neuroradiology or surgical procedures to avoid recurrence and avoid other cardiovascular complications. It identifies additional rehabilitative approaches necessary for optimum functionality.

SNI Sleep Center

SNI Insomnia Program

The Insomnia Program evaluates the causes of one’s insomnia including co-morbid conditions. It focuses on cognitive behavioral approaches and if needed, pharmacologic approaches. It coordinates the necessary multi-specialty care.


SNI Hypersomnia/Narcolepsy Program

The program attempts to separate the many causes and occasional interrelated mechanisms of fatigue and hypersomnia, including Narcolepsy and its derivatives. It coordinates the necessary multispecialty care.


SNI Sleep Apnea Program

The program focuses on a global approach to sleep apnea. Focusing on the most effective and comfortable treatment for the patient. It focuses on long term compliance and monitoring. It identifies co-existing sleep morbidities and their appropriate treatment. It coordinates the necessary multi-specialty care.


SNI Parasomnia Program

The program identifies the type of sleep related behavior. The evaluates the phenomenology with the latest sleep and diagnostic technology, searches or the underlying etiology, and provides the best pharmacologic and behavioral approaches. It coordinates the necessary multi-specialty care.

SNI Diagnostic Services

The neurophysiological and sleep diagnostic services are available for direct referrals

EEG (Electroencephalogram)
BAEP (Brainstem Evoked Potential)
PSG (Polysomnography)
EMG (Electromyography)
VEP (Visual Evoked Potential)
LT-Video EEG (Long Term Video-Electroencaphalogram)


SSEP (Somatosensory Evoked Potential)


MSLT (Multiple Sleep Latency Test)


PSG - video EEG (Polysomnogram - Video-Electroencephalogram)
MWT (Maintenance of Wakefulness Test)
NCV (Nerve Conduction Studies)