During the current epidemic, our neurologists will only receive patients face-to-face if the examination in question cannot be postponed. Face-to-face care is provided with the highest level of safety. We have implemented a strict procedure at the clinic in light of the epidemic. You can find more information about this at the link below. More >>
We are able to assist patients online by discussing test results, writing e-prescriptions, discussing medical matters and and providing medical advice.
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.
- Multiple sclerosis