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Multispecialty Treatment for Primary Care, Pain Management, Neurosurgical, and Neurological Conditions

Welcome to Olympia Neurological Institute!

Our experienced physicians,  physician assistants, nurse practitioners, and medical assistants have a wealth of experience providing a comprehensive range of care for surgical disorders of the brain, the spine and peripheral nerves.
We provide neurosurgical care, neurological care, psychiatric care, and family medical services throughout Oklahoma and Texas.  Our surgeons are among some of the top practitioners in the country and come from prestigious collegiate backgrounds. Our friendly medical staff is dedicated to providing exceptional care for our patients and focus on individual and conscientious treatment, using the most efficient and current techniques available.

At Olympia Neurological Institute we provide excellence in patient care using decades of experience, technology and a team approach.

Focus on Restoring Life

At Olympia Neurological Institute, our ongoing commitment uses a comprehensive team approach to focus on improving quality of life and restoring normal living as quickly as possible.  We understand the need for brain, spine, pain or behavioral health care is stressful and very important to you.   This takes an integrated team approach.  Our team of experienced doctors and staff will closely monitor your condition and work with you on a personal level. Treatment options for these conditions include gathering a full understanding of the problem and using the expertise of your provider to direct physical or behavioral health therapy, precision nerve injections, epidural steroid injections, radio frequency ablations, kyphoplasty, spinal cord stimulation, medication therapy, psychological support, and sometimes surgery.

Chronic Pain

A compassionate responsible approach allows for individual treatment plans. No one wants to have pain from physical, mental or emotional. Each patient has unique needs and may require different treatment options. While pain medicine specialists may offer several treatment options for patients to consider, including medications, epidural steroid injections, and nerve blocks.

Sciatica or Radiculopathy

Shooting back, buttock, and or leg pain is experienced by more than 80% of adults. If this pain is severe and lasts more than 6 weeks further diagnostic evaluation and treatment should be considered. Sciatica is most commonly caused by degenerative arthritis in the lumbar spine that leads to pinching of nerves just before they exit the spine to travel to muscles in the legs. This arthritis can cause conditions such as disc herniations, spinal stenosis, and foraminal stenosis. Various methods are used for treatment. Sciatica specifically refers to the nerve pain (radiculopathy) that migrates down the low back, hip, buttock and or leg. When this occurs in the neck it causes cervical radiculopathy which sends pain in the neck, shoulder, and arm.

Spinal Disc Herniation

Spinal discs are made up of two parts. The annulus is a tough lining around the shock absorbing center of the disc called the nucleus. Through various combinations of injury including work, trauma, gravity and age traumatic or degenerative processes can lead to disc herniations or protrusions. Many people suffer from disc herniation causing local back pain or sciatica and most are self resolving. A smaller amount will require additional therapies such as physical therapy, chiropractic care or injections. An even smaller amount will require surgery. When surgery is needed we focus on choosing Minimally Invasive Surgery whenever possible. Disc herniations occur throughout the spine but are most common in the lumbar and cervical spine.…More

Spinal Stenosis

Narrowing or stenosis of the spine occurs most commonly in the cervical and lumbar spine. This most commonly develops slowly over months and years. It can contribute to compression or pinching upon the spinal cord or nerves. Pinching on the spinal cord causes myelopathy which produces unsteadiness of gait and can progress to being wheelchair bound or paralysis. Narrowing of the foramen or lateral recess of the spine typically pinches nerve(s) which create pain most commonly known as sciatica or radiculopathy. This can be self limiting or even require surgery if not resolved. Narrowing of the central canal in the lumbar spine can cause neurogenic claudication which is improved by leaning forward while walking, for example leaning forward on a grocery cart. …More

Trigeminal Neuralgia

Shooting Facial Pain

Trigeminal neuralgia or “tic douloureux” is some of the worst pain ever. It is characterized as an electrical sharp shooting pain across the face following the course of the trigeminal nerve. It is often initially mistaken for a tooth problem. The pain occurs in paroxysms, which last from a few seconds to minutes. The frequency of the paroxysms ranges from a few to hundreds per day. Remission can last for months to years, but will become shorter to non-existent over time. ….More

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Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a psychiatric condition that can occur when someone has seen or lived through trauma. The trauma may be an event that is shocking, scary, or dangerous such as sexual assault, an accident causing physical injury, a life-threatening event, being involved in combat situations, or being exposed to mass conflict. Long-term trauma, such as childhood trauma, may also cause PTSD. In addition, symptoms of PTSD can be seen in people who are supporting loved ones who experienced the trauma, and in those who repeatedly see or hear about traumatic events, such as police officers and rescue workers. …More


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Experience You Can Trust


Neurosurgical care in spine, brain, peripheral nerve. Specialization in complex and minimally invasive spine, neuro-oncology, trigeminal neuralgia and complex pain interventions.


Providing specialized care in migraine, seizure disorder,
multiple sclerosis, peripheral nerve disorders, neuro-oncology and more.

Behavioral Health

Psychiatric care treating adults with anxiety, depression, ADHD, OCD, bulimia, anorexia, schizophrenia. Dr. Arizaga has more than 15 years experience in using talk and medical therapy in treating a variety of complex behavioral health conditions.