NervePro Medical Corporation, provides comprehensive and up-to-date adult neurology medical services. It is one of the few practices in Orange County that has computerized medical records for the convenience and accuracy of patient information and communications.
NervePro Research offers a full complement of neurological diagnostic testing on site. Clinical trials for neurological problems are also ongoing, offering treatments not available in other local neurology practices, and at no cost to participants. In addition, a strong network of specialists and generalists as well as chiropractors has been developed for services not conducted at the office.
NervePro Medical and NervePro Research are located in Suite 220 of the new Hoag Irvine Neuroscience Center, at 16405 Sand Canyon Ave, on the corner of Alton and Sand Canyon in Irvine, CA. This building has convenient drive-up parking, the latest in handicap accommodations, and is adjacent to the Hoag Imaging Center at 16305 Sand Canyon Ave with its latest 3 tesla MRI machine.
Emergency services and inpatient hospital care are available at Hoag Irvine across the street from the office. Urgent care is available in the adjacent building. Dr Cleeremans contracts with many PPO insurance carriers, accepts Medicare patients, and is a member of Greater Newport Physicians and St Joseph-Hoag IPA for those with HMO coverage preference.
About Dr. Bruce Cleeremans
Dr Bruce Cleeremans has been practicing in Orange County since 1982 after graduating from Lawrence University with honors in biology and completing medical school and an adult neurology residency at the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis campus. He is active in the Orange County and California Medical Associations, as well as the Academy of Neurology and the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine. He is Board Certified both by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology as well as the American Board of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, and his Electrodiagnostic Lab is one of the few Accredited by the AANEM in southern California. He is on the staff of Hoag Hospital. He has been selected as one of the best doctors in America by BestDoctors.com from 2001 through 2015. Patient encouragement of him to participate in the annual Bay-to-Bay Multiple Sclerosis bikethon in 2013 started him cycling, he also golfs and plays tennis. Exercise has been shown to be one of the best deterrents for dementia and he encourages all of his patients to lead active and healthy lifestyles as one of the best ways to prevent the degenerative diseases that arrive in people’s senior years.