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Neurology is the scientific study of the nervous system especially in respect to its structure, functions and abnormalities. Neurologists are specially trained in the evaluation and treatment of nervous system disorders such as multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, headache and dizziness.
For more information, call (701) 323-5422 or visit with your Sanford Health doctor.
The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for certification as a Primary Stroke Center
Sanford Health has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval™ for certification as a Primary Stroke Center. This designation recognizes Sanford Health’s commitment to providing effective, timely care for stroke victims.
If you have stroke symptoms, think FAST
Remember the acronym FAST to help identify the symptoms that may be stroke warning signs:
F= FACE: Ask the person to smile. Does the face droop or look uneven?
A= ARM: Ask the person to raise both arms. Does an arm drift or is it numb?
S= SPEECH: Ask the person to repeat a simple sentence. Does speech sound strange or hard to understand?
T= TIME: If the answer to any of the above is yes, time is critical. Call 911 immediately.