Jennie Stuart Neurology is pleased to announce to addition
of Margaret Norsworthy to our team.
Meg is a Certified
Advanced Practice Family Nurse Practitioner with over 8 years’ experience in
the field of Neurology. Meg has worked as a nurse for over 27 years in a
variety of clinic settings including 18 years in surgery as a Certified
Surgical Technologist and Registered Nurse, Cardiac Telemetry, and the most
recent in Neurology as an APRN. She brings expertise and experience in the
diagnosis, treatment, and management of a variety of neurological diseases including
dementia, migraine, neuro autoimmune disease such as Multiple Sclerosis and
myasthenia gravis, neuropathies, seizure disorders, stroke, and sleep medicine.
In the last 8 years, Meg participated in the initiation and
implementation of the most up to date,
evidence based treatments in Neurology including the adoption of advanced imaging to detect and diagnose certain types of Dementia
and Parkinson’s, Botox injections for
the treatment of chronic migraines, a hypoglossal nerve stimulator which is the lasted treatment
for obstructive sleep apnea, and the Vagal
Nerve Stimulator (VNS) procedure for the treatment of seizures .
In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family,
singing with her church choir, and lake time.
Meg notes "My mission
is not to just provide the most up-to-date, evidence-based treatments, but to
provide holistic neurological care to patients and their families. It is my job
to support, educate, improved quality of life, and improve mobility to all who
suffer from chronic neurological conditions." Meg notes she looks forward to
getting to know the community and building relationships within Jennie Stuart.
American Academy of Neurology; Commonwealth Neurological Society; Kentucky Association of Nurse Practitioners and Nurse-Midwives
Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society
Meg has been featured in local Western Ky publications
discussing the topics of chronic migraine management and Botox therapy as well
as given educational talks for the community and primary care clinics on the
newest, most effective medications developed in the treatment and management of