10101 Park Rowe Avenue Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70810

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Charles E. Eberly, M.D.

Charles E. Eberly, M.D.

Neurologist
The NeuroMedical Center Clinic
10101 Park Rowe Avenue
4th Floor
Baton Rouge, Louisiana 70810

Dr. Eberly graduated magna cum laude from Louisiana State University with a degree in biochemistry. After attending medical school at The University of Texas Medical School in Houston, Texas, Dr. Eberly returned to Louisiana to complete an internship in internal medicine at Ochsner Health System in New Orleans. He then returned to Texas Medical to complete his neurology residency. During his residency training, Dr. Eberly earned the prestigious Frank Yatsu Distinguished Resident Award.

He joined The NeuroMedical Center’s neurology department in 2000 and is board certified in neurology. He is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the East Baton Rouge Parish Medical Society and Phi Beta Kappa.

Dr. Eberly focuses on general neurology, migraines, stroke, and behavioral neurology. As a neurologist with The NeuroMedical Center, Dr. Eberly works closely with our network of brain, spine and nervous system physicians, specialists, and therapists to help patients improve their health and quality of life through rehabilitation and disease management. In addition to helping patients who suffer with common neurological conditions such as muscle and nerve-related diseases, neck and back pain, and spine disorders, Dr. Eberly treats patients with neurological conditions that affect memory and cognition. In this practice, he works collaboratively with The NeuroMedical Center’s neuropsychology experts to develop effective treatment plans for patients with illnesses such as dementia and Alzheimer’s.

Dr. Eberly also specializes in Botox treatment methods, and electromyography (EMG) and Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) diagnostic studies. EMG/NCV tests assess muscle and peripheral nerve functioning which can help physicians identify nervous system problems such as neuropathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, multiples sclerosis. Botox injections can be an effective treatment for patients with certain movement disorders including dystonia, dyskinesias, muscle spasms in the eyes. It is also used in management of migraines and may also be more effective and have fewer side effects than some migraine medications. After a stroke, patients may benefit from botox treatments to help reduce muscle stiffness and spasticity. Botox treatments are often with the use of electromyography to ensure the medication effectively reaches the affected muscles.

Dr. Eberly is currently accepting new patients. To schedule an appointment, call 225-768-2050.