The Center for Neurological Studies



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// MISSION

The Center for Neurological Studies’ mission is to alleviate the pain and suffering of people with traumatic brain injuries, including veterans, victims of car accidents, and athletes with sports-related brain injuries.


// KEY SERVICES PROVIDED

Our services are reflected in three words – Innovation, Diagnosis and Hope.

First innovation. CNS’ proprietary brain imaging techniques are up to six times more sensitive in detecting brain damage than the most advanced imaging techniques commercially available.

Second diagnosis. Any attempt to treat traumatic brain injury begins with a precise and accurate diagnosis. CNS’ proprietary imaging is known as “the equalizer,” allowing us to objectively measure such injuries as micro-bleeds, hemorrhages, and axonal shearing. As such, our work aids in the diagnosis of stroke, Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, dementia and other neuro-cognitive issues.

Finally, from an accurate diagnosis, CNS offers hope through our research into the efficacy of treatments that ultimately reduce patients’ stress and offer them peace of mind and hope for the future.


// LEADERSHIP

TOP EXECUTIVES
John Russell, CNS Co-Founder, CEO, Executive Director
Randall Benson, M.D., CNS Co-Founder, Medical Director, Vice President
Elina Dalaly, J.D., Director of Clinical Administration
Jeff Leighton, CFO
Randall Doran, Board of Directors


// CONTACT INFORMATION

The Center for Neurological Studies
43000 W. 9 Mile Rd., Ste. 116
Novi, MI 48375
313-228-0930
www.neurologicstudies.com

 

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