Neurológia

Neurology

Neurology deals with treatment of diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system. Damage to the nervous system is usually not an independent disease, it may occur as a complication of a disease of another organ or organ system.

When should you turn to a neurologist?

  • If there is a history of stroke in the family
  • Prolonged lower back pain which limits movement and radiates down the legs. Not uncommonly, the culprit is a herniated disc which exerts pressure on the nerves coming from the spine.
  • Asymmetric, splitting headache (migraine), or feeling like your skull is in a vice
  • Forgetfulness, memory loss: the cause (often poor circulation on brain arteries, Alzheimer disease) can be determined with a dementia test. With proper medication and mental training, deterioration may be slowed or even stopped.
  • Shuffling, walking in small steps, trembling hand: possibly Parkinson’s disease. In this case, levels of the brain neurotransmitter dopamine are reduced. By supplementing, symptoms can be improved dramatically.
  • Long-term, recurrent dizziness: testing for diseases of this type is done partly by a neurologist and partly by an ENT specialist. In most cases symptoms improve within days with proper treatment.
  • Epilepsy
  • Multiple sclerosis

Our doctors:

Pánczél Gyula
Neurologist
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Varga Dániel
Neurologist, Psychiatrist
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17:00 - 20:00
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