For over 30 years, the Veterinary Neurological Center has been providing comprehensive medical and surgical care for patients with neurological disorders, such as seizures, back pain and limb weakness/paralysis. Led by a team of board-certified neurologists and neurosurgeons, the entire staff of the VNC is dedicated to providing the finest service to clients, their pets and the veterinarians who refer them.

Why Visit a Board-Certified Veterinary Neurologist?

A veterinary neurologist is a veterinarian who undergoes further education and training in order to specialize in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the nervous system. Those who complete additional testing become board-certified by the American College of Veterinary Internal Medicine. At the VNC, our board-certified neurologists provide medical and neurosurgical treatments for conditions of the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous system.

  • To learn more about board certification and the doctors at the VNC, click here.
  • To see a comprehensive list of neurological signs and disorders that may require a visit to a veterinary neurologist, click here.

Why Visit the VNC?

Expertise in Medical and Surgical Neurology
EXPERIENCE: With over 45 years combined experience at the VNC, over 30,000 cases seen and the ability to collaborate in real time with one another, our three staff veterinary neurologists are uniquely prepared to diagnose and treat all forms of neurologic disease.
ADVANCED TRAINING: Our neurologists stay at the forefront of medical neurology and neurosurgery through continual advanced training and education, as well as rounds and research. Our neurosurgeons have met the additional requirements to receive the ACVIM Neurosurgery Certificate of Training. During any diagnostic or surgical procedures at the VNC, patients experience minimal anesthesia times to minimize any complications.
Around the Clock Accessibility
CONVENIENT SCHEDULING: With our team of three veterinary neurologists, convenient Saturday appointments and the ability to see emergency appointments on the same day, our client service representatives assist clients in scheduling appointments and procedures that fit into their lives and are timely for their pet’s wellbeing.
24/7 CONSULTATIONS: Our neurologists are also available for consultations with referring veterinarians 24/7 to discuss our mutual patients’ healthcare.
Individualized Patient Care
STAND-ALONE HOSPITAL: The VNC is a stand-alone neurology hospital that does not share space and equipment with other specialties. This ensures each patient has staff and equipment dedicated to his/her special needs.
GENUINE CARE: With state-of-the-art monitoring equipment, 24-hour care and a devotion to each patient’s unique needs, our team members are dedicated to caring for every patient like their own.
Advanced Diagnostic Imaging
ALL IMAGING EQUIPMENT IS NOT EQUAL: Detecting subtle abnormalities is vital for the accurate diagnoses and best patient outcomes. The VNC’s advanced GE Lightspeed 8-Slice CT and MRI (1.5 Tesla GE Signa HDxt) scanners are operated by skilled imaging technologists to provide superior imaging resolution.
INDIVIDUALIZED STUDIES FOR EACH PATIENT: As images are acquired in real time, board-certified neurologists collaborate with experienced MRI technologists to tailor protocols to each patient.
Commitment to Personalized Service
TEAM APPROACH: The doctors' collaboration with one another on each case along with the support from a dedicated and skilled team of technicians and client service representatives helps ensure the very best service to each client, patient and the veterinarians who refer them.
ATTENTION TO DETAIL: Our highly trained and attentive team adheres to systems that detect problems before they occur, and ensures the smallest details do not slip through the cracks.
Centrally Located
ACCESS FROM MAJOR HIGHWAYS: For residents of the Valley, the VNC is easily accessed from major highways and conveniently located just south of Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, right off the 40th Street exit on I-10.

To learn more about how the VNC's services can help your pet, please contact us. To view our referral process, click here.