About 21st Century Neurology

Our focus is on:

Migraine disorders and atypical pain syndromes, neuropathy

Nerve and muscle disorders, dystonia and sciatica

Neck, shoulder, back pain and tremor

Memory loss including Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's disease cognitive and behavioral disorders

Head injury, post-concussion syndromes

Frontotemporal dementia syndromes including Pick's disease Parkinsonian dementia syndromes (Lewy Body disease)

Multiple sclerosis and variants, including confirmation of the diagnosis

Hyperhydrosis

We also handle most general neurology complaints, including stroke, epilepsy, sleep disorders and neck and back injury. We welcome industrial and Workmen's Compensation patients and take most insurance plans. We specialize in the use of new approaches to pain that do not involve narcotics.

As we progress in this 21st century it is imperative that we modernize both the diagnosis of neurological disorders and their definitive management. 21st Century Neurology is involved in both education and innovative clinical and laboratory research aimed at improving the lives of people who must deal with these complex problems. Neurology has finally come into its own as a mature branch of medicine, and we are now able to offer effective treatment as well as sophisticated diagnostic methods.

Please feel free to contact us at (602) 265-6500. Business hours are 8 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday.

Dr. Flitman has been a resident at St. Joe's/Barrow's Neurological Institute, a fellow at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda MD, a partner with the Neurology Group at Barrow's Neurology Institute, and first an Associate Director then Director of Cognitive Neurology Section at Barrow before opening an independent clinic that still has ties to St. Joe's. He's been the Chairman of the St Joe's Institutional Review Board for Clinical Studies.

Kathleen Callahan, PA-C joined the practice and has been invaluable in extending our mission and availability to our patients. having joined the practice in December 2021. After a year of intensive training with Dr. Flitman she's gained experience and has been performing neurological procedures such as Botox and Xeomin injections as well as managing neurostimulators and shunts at a professional level.