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Clinical Excellence... Holistic Care...

Welcome to the New England Institute for Neurology & Headache

At NEINH we believe healing is maximized with a multidisciplinary team approach – a compassionate group of health care experts dedicated to your holistic care and well-being.

We are able to spend more time with you, and provide services not available at other centers, such as same or next day appointments, house calls, virtual consultations, as well as provider email and cell phone access.

Our core mission is to help you heal yourself.

Our Services

Whether it’s migraine or other head, neck face or jaw pain, concussion, multiple sclerosis, ADHD, emotional disorders, Lyme disease or complex neurological mysteries, we’re here to help you get better. 

Meet the Team

They say it takes a village to raise a child. The same applies to the holistic care of persons with neurological issues.  Click to meet your care team.

Clinical Research

Cutting edge clinical research, at no cost to you. At our Stamford, CT site and our multiple research centers across the country, we are advancing medical breakthroughs, one patient at a time.

Our Approach

Whether it’s a headache, migraine or other head, neck face or jaw pain, concussion, multiple sclerosis, ADHD, emotional disorders, Lyme disease or complex neurological mysteries, we’re here to help you get better. Below is a list of conditions we commonly treat. It’s not exhaustive, but gives you a flavor of what we are about here at New England Institute for Neurology and Headache.  

New England Institute for Clinical Research

Medicine is constantly moving forward. New ideas and new innovations gleaned from clinical research are radically changing how we treat patients, and improving their lives in the process.

News and More from NEINH

‘It’s real.’ COVID-19 long-haulers suffer debilitating aftereffects from virus

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says recent studies show that about one-third of patients who had COVID-19 become so-called “long-haulers” who suffer from debilitating aftereffects of the virus....
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The Migraine Research Renaissance and Where it is Headed: A PI Interview

New and highly specific migraine drugs have significantly changed the clinical landscape for patients. We talked with Peter McAllister, MD, about where the research goes next. Therapy for migraine is...
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