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The role of a neurologist

The role of a neurologist

A neurologist assists patients with problems related to the nervous system. They are involved in diagnosing, treating, and preventing various diseases of the nervous system, such as:

Headaches (migraines, cluster headaches, tension headaches, etc.);
Epilepsy and seizures;
Degenerative diseases (Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, etc.);
Peripheral nervous system disorders (neuritis, radiculopathies, polyneuropathies, etc.);
Central nervous system disorders (strokes, brain injuries, multiple sclerosis, etc.);
Back and neck pain, including disc protrusion and herniation;
Sleep disorders;
Memory and concentration disorders, as well as other psychiatric disorders related to the nervous system.

To help patients, a neurologist performs various diagnostic techniques such as electromyography, electroencephalography, magnetic resonance imaging, and other methods to identify the causes of diseases. They may also prescribe medication therapy, recommend lifestyle changes (diet, exercise), as well as physiotherapeutic and rehabilitation measures to restore the nervous system.

Online, a neurologist can proactively establish a plan for imaging and laboratory examinations. As a result, when the patient physically visits the doctor, they will already receive a definitive diagnostic consultation based on the results of these investigations. This is advantageous for patients who are time-limited or situated far from hospitals, as it saves them from repeated trips.

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