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neurologist Treatments

A neurologist is a medical doctor who specializes in treating diseases of the nervous system. The central and peripheral nerve systems make up the nervous system. It contains the spinal cord and brain.

  • Coordination Problems
  • Muscle Weakness
  • A change in sensation
  • Confusion
  • Dizziness

1000 +

Operations done

Serial neurologic examinations were performed by a neurologist blinded to assignment of treatment before surgery and again 7 to 10 days postoperatively.

Child Neurology 91%
intervention neuroradiology 84%
neuromuscular medicine 75%
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Why would my doctor refer me to a neurologist?

A neurologist is a medical professional who specialises in treating nervous system disorders. Your brain, nerves, and spinal cord are all part of your nervous system. These conditions can lead to discomfort, memory loss, speech difficulties, and other symptoms. These diseases frequently call for examinations and therapies that your primary care physician cannot provide in their clinic or office.

What conditions does a neurologist treat?

Neurologists care for illnesses that impact your nervous system symptoms. This may involve brain or spinal cord injuries, sudden illnesses like strokes, or long-term disorders like epilepsy.

Do neurologists treat mental health conditions?

Neurologists treat disorders of the neurological system. This covers ailments that affect your brain, such as concussions or seizures, but excludes ailments of the mind, such as depression. Neurologists are experts in treating physical disorders brought on by diseases or injuries to the neurological system. Conditions involving brain function or chemicals are not treated by them.