The Kentucky Neuroscience Institute (KNI) integrates the expertise of the University of
Kentucky’s neurology and neurosurgery physicians and researchers. KNI is a regional
referral center dedicated to providing comprehensive care to our patients. Physicians
and scientists from both disciplines work collaboratively to find the causes and design
new treatments for neurological disorders.
Neurosurgeons and neurologists at KNI provide diagnosis and management of a wide
spectrum of neurological conditions involving the brain, spine and nervous system.
We are comprised of a highly experienced team of physicians that can treat children
and adults. Our team of world-renowned clinicians uses the most advanced surgical
and medical treatments for brain diseases and disorders. UK is on the cutting edge
of patient care and is taking the next step by putting the power of an entire team of
specialists to work on your condition.
UK is first in the U.S. to conduct trial of new Parkinson’s disease treatment A clinical trial being conducted at UK is investigating a new treatment strategy for Parkinson’s disease that, if successful, could drastically change future treatment of the disease and possibly halt or reverse brain degeneration. UK is the first in the U.S. to conduct the clinical trial.
Craig van Horne, MD, associate professor of neurosurgery in the College of Medicine and principal investigator of the clinical trial, came to the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute only two years ago, but he is already making significant contributions to research and patient care related to Parkinson’s disease. If successful, this procedure could significantly change the treatment of Parkinson’s disease and could have an impact on other neurodegenerative disorders as well. Learn more.
UK HealthCare's Stroke Program has received the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association’s Get With The Guidelines®-Stroke Gold Plus Quality Achievement Award. The award recognizes the program’s commitment and success in implementing excellent care for stroke patients, according to evidence-based guidelines. Read more about the Gold Plus Award »
Stroke patients at the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute have access not only to the region's top doctors, but also to the most advanced medical technology. The stroke center at UK Chandler Hospital was the first in the region to be designated as a Comprehensive Stroke Center.
ALS (Lou Gehrig's disease)
Cerebrovascular disorders (stroke)
Comprehensive epilepsy program
Headache & pain clinic
Memory and aging program
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Most commonly, patients are referred through their primary care provider or neurologist.
Please arrive at least 20 minutes before your appointment in order to register and fill out any of the necessary paperwork prior to your appointment. This will assist in ensuring prompt service and visitation with your physician.
When a patient is referred to Kentucky Neuroscience Institute (KNI), diagnosis and treatment are made in a collaborative environment, decreasing the need for multiple visits and consultations.
An emphasis on quality of life factors such as ease of movement and communication maximizes the potential for recovery. Treated as equal partners in care, referring physicians can expect early and ongoing contact with KNI specialists.
Kentucky Neuroscience Institute ClinicKentucky Clinic Directions | Parking »First floor, Wing C (across from Starbucks) 740 S. Limestone Lexington KY 40536-0284
740 S. Limestone
University of Kentucky
Lexington, KY 40536
800-333-8874 (toll free)
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