Janiece Aldinger, MD, is a board-certified neurologist with over 27 years of experience in the field. She completed her Bachelor of Science in Pharmacy at the University at Buffalo before pursuing her medical degree at the Jacohs School of Medicine and Biological Sciences. Dr. Aldinger then went on to complete her internship and neurology residency at the Mayo Graduate School of Medicine in Rochester, MN.
Dr. Aldinger specializes in neurology and has a particular interest in headache, EMG, and neurohospitalist care. She is a member of the American Academy of Neurology and is dedicated to providing the best possible patient care.
Her patient care philosophy centers around listening attentively to her patients’ stories, carefully reviewing their medical records, and conducting thorough neurologic examinations. Dr. Aldinger enjoys the process of solving the mysteries behind neurologic diagnoses and finding tailored treatment options for each individual. Her background as a pharmacist before becoming a physician allows her to make informed decisions regarding medication choices and other treatments.
At the Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology, Dr. Aldinger chose to work at MCN because MCN is a renowned private practice neurology clinic with a cohesive team of neurologists and staff committed to delivering excellent patient care.
One of Dr. Aldinger’s success stories involves a patient who had been suffering from severe headaches for a long time and had previously tried various treatments without success. By carefully analyzing the patient’s history, Dr. Aldinger identified lifestyle factors such as stress, sleep patterns, nutrition, exercise, posture, and hydration that were contributing to the frequent headaches. By addressing these factors and adjusting medications accordingly, significant improvement was achieved. Dr. Aldinger emphasizes the importance of discussing lifestyle factors, especially when managing migraines, as they are crucial building blocks for the effectiveness of any medications.
Outside of her professional life, Dr. Aldinger has a variety of personal interests. She enjoys cooking, participating in Bible study, practicing yoga, maintaining physical fitness, and hiking. Walking her family dog has become a favorite habit, allowing her to combine exercise with a connection to nature and her neighborhood. Additionally, she has been involved in Christian medical missions with her family, serving in Indonesia and Kenya.
When it comes to personal health advice, Dr. Aldinger finds solace in Bible study and yoga. She emphasizes the importance of regular exercise and staying connected to nature through activities like walking the family dog. To maintain a healthy lifestyle, she suggests getting enough sleep, managing stress, and focusing on a well-balanced diet.
Dr. Aldinger brings a wealth of experience and expertise to the Minneapolis Clinic of Neurology, providing compassionate care to her patients while striving for effective solutions to their neurologic concerns.