Spanish Fort is a small town in Baldwin County located right on the eastern shores of Mobile Bay. This is a popular spot among families thanks to its access to parks, shopping centers and eateries. It is also home to top-rated public schools and athletic programs. Spanish Fort is referred as “A City of Spirit” because of its residents’ enthusiasm for growth and community involvement. The city has experienced a great deal of development over the years and has become one the fastest growing cities in the county.
History of Spanish Fort
While Spanish Fort’s history dates back to 1712, the city is relatively new. It was incorporated in July of 1993 and has only had three mayors during its time. Originally the site of trading post for the French and later a Spanish military fort, the city was at the forefront of many battles during America’s history.
The current population in Spanish Fort is 8,017. The median age is 40. Spanish Fort has experienced a population growth of 21% over the last nine years.
Female Population 52.6%
Male Population 47.4%
Married with Children 37.7%
Single with Children 8.6%
Hispanic Background 4.6%
Native American 0.3%
Two or More Races 5.4%
Cost of Living
The average individual income in Spanish Fort is $37,514. The median household income is $74,731. Spanish Fort has an unemployment rate of 3.60%. The average home price in Spanish Fort is $260,600. Spanish Fort’s job market has increased by 3.27% over the past year. Over the next 10 years, Spanish Fort’s future job market is expected to grow by 43.78%.
Public Schools in Spanish Fort
Spanish Fort Elementary School
Rockwell Elementary School
Spanish Fort Middle School
Spanish Fort High School
Coastal Neurological Institute Information
Our team of medical professionals at Coastal Neurological Institute have the expertise, knowledge and cutting-edge tools to help relieve you of your pain. We have four neurosurgeons and six neurologists on staff who work with patients daily to bring comfort. Each one of our medical team members has worked to obtain the proper education and medical training to match the needs of our clients.
Carpal Tunnel and Nerve Pain
Nerve pain and carpal tunnel both strike over eight million people a year. People diagnosed with diabetes and similar conditions are more likely to develop the conditions. Women have a greater chance of developing carpal tunnel.
Nearly five million Americans have been diagnosed with a type of neurodegenerative disease that causes debilitating pain. Multiple sclerosis (MS), Parkinson’s disease (PD) and Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) are the most common forms. Roughly 400,000 Americans are affected by the symptoms of MS. Every year, nearly 60,000 are diagnosed with Parkinson’s. It is estimated that by 2020, a million people will be living with the disease.
Alzheimer’s and Dementia
A symptom of other neurodegenerative diseases like Alzheimer’s, dementia affects roughly 60% to 80% of those diagnosed. In the United States, an estimated 5.8 million individuals live with Alzheimer’s and its debilitating symptoms. This can include mood swings, behavioral issues and a reduction motivation. Experts believe that a majority of individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer’s inherited the condition from their parents.
Headaches and Migraines
In the United States, more women suffer from migraines than men. Around 10% of children experience migraines. A migraine is the third most common ailment in the world. Approximately 90% of those who experience migraines have a family history.
Most people suffer a concussion due to a sports-related injury. It is also known as a mild traumatic brain injury (MTBI). Every year, 1.6 to 3.8 million sports recreational-related concussions occur in the United States.
Insomnia is a sleep disorder that affects around 60 million individuals in the United States. Approximately one in four Americans are prone to developing the condition each year.
Our CNI Board Certified neurosurgeons world revolves around the nervous system. With over 80 years combined experience Drs. Faircloth, Flotte, Middleton, and Tyler apply the same delicate techniques we use on the brain, to your neck and spine. By approaching problems in the least invasive manner available, we are able to protect normal tissue, so patients experience less postoperative pain.
Our board certified neurologists Drs. Hecker, Foster, Friedman, Manley, Markle, and Oztas have specialized training in diagnosing and treating diseases of the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves and muscles. CNI neurologists work with each patient and their family to customize a care plan that is specific to them.
With 50 years of combined experience our neurologists have been providing quality medical care and treating patients in an eight county area, from North West Florida to the Mississippi Coast.