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Clinical Neurophysiologists

Clinical Neurophysiologists

Leading Neurologist
Leading Neurologist

Clinical neurophysiologists specialize in investigating and diagnosing disorders of the nervous system. This includes a range of conditions that affect the functioning of the muscles, such as neuromuscular disease.

Why you need to see them?

If you’re experiencing any of the following symptoms – frequent, serious headaches; numbness or tingling; seizures; sleeping problems – your primary care physician will likely refer you to a neurophysiologist.

What they do?

Qualified neurophysiologists can diagnose and treat a variety of nervous system disorders, including:

Parkinson’s disease
Lou Gehrig’s Disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis)
Motor neuron disease
Tourette’s syndrome
Multiple sclerosis
Common diagnostic procedures used by neurophysiologists include electromyography and electroencephalography, which both use electrical signals.

In many cases, the disorders neurophysiologists treat cannot be reversed, but they can lessen the effects or slow their progression. These doctors may:
Monitor the condition
Prescribe medication to reduce symptoms
Assist during neurosurgery to correct problems
Manage outpatient deep brain stimulation and similar treatments

Physician consultation is a good opportunity and you should be prepared for it.

  • Carry all necessary medical records for the discussion. It helps in better understanding your heart condition and avoids repetition of diagnostic tests.
  • Make sure you discuss your past medical history, surgical history, family history, and medications that you are taking.
  • Discuss about your lifestyle habits, dietary habits and also about your profession. Your lifestyle and nature of job may be associated with the risk for cardiac diseases.
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