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Neurology is a branch of medicine, deals with the anatomy and physiology of nerves as well as disorders of the nervous system. 

This department's treatment methods are just diagnosis and does not include aggressive interventions or surgeries.

The nervous system has a complex structure, there is a very wide range of neurological disorders and their symptoms.

Most common complaints that examine by our specialists are listed below:

  • Headaches (migraine with tension form pain, cluster pains, chronic headaches).

  • Epilepsies (small or large seizures, epileptic seizures requiring surgery).

  • Stroke, stroke or cerebrovascular disease (caused by blockage of blood vessels, bleeding, blisters and vascular abnormalities).

  • Amnesia (Alzheimer's and other dementia, dementia due to vitamin and hormone deficiencies, increased dementia, cerebrospinal fluid pressure).

  • Muscle diseases (myasthenia Gravis, myopathy).

  • Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and other inflammatory diseases of the brain.

  • Dizziness (vertigo).

  • Facial paralysis (Bell's palsy).

  • Spinal diseases.

  • Peripheral nerve diseases (neuropathy, neuropathy due to diabetes or other diseases).

  • Nerve entrapment (carpal, tarsal, cubital and other nerve pressure and numbness caused by it).

  • Sudden severe pain (trigeminal neuralgia and glopharynx, occiput).

  • Movement disorders (Parkinson's, dystonia, tremor or tremor).

  • Involuntary movements (twitches, spasms,muscle cramps).

  • Sleep disorders (jumping, walking, restless legs syndrome, sleep paralysis).

  • Degeneration and death of motor neurons (ALS).

  • Neck, back pain and hernia.