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We offer neuromodulation for a wide range of movement disorders and pain conditions. Call 310-825-5111 to learn more about neuromodulation therapies.

Appointments with UCLA neurosurgery

To make an appointment with a UCLA neurosurgeon for neuromodulation, please call 310-825-5111
For information about spine related conditions and treatments, visit the UCLA Spine Center in Santa Monica

First visit

After you have called 310-825-5111 and scheduled an appointment, prior to your first visit for neuromodulation, please complete the online Health History FormPlease do not complete this form if you do not have a confirmed appointment.

This information will be sent directly to our clinic to be entered into the electronic medical record.  Providing this information prior to the visit will prevent delays in seeing your physician on the day of your appointment.

You also have the option of completing the form on paper and bringing it with you to your appointment: Health History Form (PDF).

In order to make your consultation with your physician as informative and thorough as possible, the following information will be required:

  1. Please arrive 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment.
  2. It is very important that any medical records that were not performed at a UCLA facility (imaging (MRI/CT), operative reports, discharge reports and other relevant reports) be available on the day of your consultation.  Please make arrangements to bring these in for your consultation or have them mailed/faxed ahead of time.  Please make sure to bring a copy of your medical records and images for our office to keep.
  3. Bring a list of all your medications and list any allergies to medications that you may have (this information will be captured on the Health History Form).
  4. Bring your health insurance identification cards.
  5. If you belong to an HMO, please bring the authorization form or confirmation number.
  6. If you speak a foreign language and need a translator, please let us know at least 24 hours in advance so that we can request an interpreter.
  7. Prepare a list of questions that you wish to ask the doctor.

Urgent Referral
If you are a physician or their representative, please contact our general referral number 310-825-5111


Westwood Clinic

The Wasserman building’s innovative philosophy is reflected on the top two floors housing the UCLA Global Neurosurgery Center. The facility unites the entire Department of Neurosurgery faculty, which was previously scattered across eight buildings.

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Our Westwood Addresses:
UCLA Neurosurgery
Edie & Lew Wasserman Building
300 Stein Plaza, Ste. 420
Los Angeles, CA 90095 
Patient Parking

UCLA Movement Disorders Clinic 
Wendy & Leonard Goldberg Medical Building
300 Medical Plaza, Ste. 2100
Los Angeles, CA 90095

UCLA has several patient and visitor parking facilities adjacent to the medical centers and outpatient clinics accessible 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Parking facilities vary slightly on fees, access and payment process.

Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center:
757 Westwood Plaza
Los Angeles, CA 90095
Hospital Information (310) 825-9111
Patient Information (310) 825-8611
Emergency Department (310) 825-2111
Information Desk (First Floor) (310) 267-9119
Additional Phone Numbers
Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center

UCLA Transportation & Parking

Please note the following disclaimer:
The UCLA neurosurgery team often deals with urgent/emergent life-threatening cases. Therefore, due to the unpredictable nature of the practice, we would like to mention that we cannot guarantee that you will be seen at your scheduled time. Although we make a sincere effort to see our patients at their appointed time, there is a possibility that your outpatient clinic appointment may be delayed, or canceled and rescheduled. Please keep this in mind if your appointment is delayed.

Patient Health Forms

Our Neuromodulation Team

For 20 consecutive years, U.S. News & World Report has recognized UCLA Neurosurgery as one of the top neurosurgery programs in the nation. The faculty members of UCLA Neurosurgery are committed to providing the finest and most comprehensive patient care.