Conditions We Treat
Conditions We TreatVist the Epilepsy page.
In order to receive proper treatment, a correct diagnosis of your headaches or migraines must be made. To properly diagnose the cause(s) of the headaches, your doctor will first take a headache history.Vist the Headaches page.
Multiple sclerosis or MS is a disease that affects the brain and spinal cord resulting in loss of muscle control, vision, balance, and sensation (such as numbness). With MS, the nerves of the brain and spinal cord are damaged by one's own immune system. Thus, the condition is called an autoimmune disease.Vist the Multiple Sclerosis page.
Parkinson's disease affects the way you move. It happens when there is a problem with certain nerve cells in the brain.
Normally, these nerve cells make an important chemical called dopamine. Dopamine sends signals to the part of your brain that controls movement. It lets your muscles move smoothly and do what you want them to do. When you have Parkinson’s, these nerve cells break down. Then you no longer have enough dopamine, and you have trouble moving the way you want to.Vist the Parkinson’s Disease page.
Many medical professionals believe adequate nutrition, stress management, and sleep are the 3 most important considerations in the maintenance of good health. An estimated 62% of the US population can experience sleep problems, yet approximately 80% of US adults have never discussed sleep or sleep problems with their physicians. This may largely be due to the stigma that sleepiness equates with laziness.Vist the Sleep Disorders page.
A stroke occurs when the blood supply to part of the brain is suddenly interrupted or when a blood vessel in the brain bursts, spilling blood into the spaces surrounding brain cells. Brain cells die when they no longer receive oxygen and nutrients from the blood or there is sudden bleeding into or around the brain.Vist the Stroke page.
View the numerous Neurological Services we treat.Vist the More Conditions page.