Neurology Treatments

Neurology treatments are used to treat neurological disorders. Blood tests can also be used to detect infections in the brain and spinal cord, bone marrow disease, damage to the blood vessels and toxins that affect the nervous system. Genetic testing of DNA from white cells in the blood can be used to diagnose congenital nervous disorders. Finally, the fluid that surrounds the brain and spinal cord can be analyzed to detect acute and chronic inflammation, meningitis and some rare infections. There are several key treatments for neurological disorders. Brain mapping is often used for brain tumors and epilepsy while brain stimulation is used for Parkinson’s disease. Neurosurgeons use three-dimensional imaging technology to operate on the brain so as to better target the precise area where a tumor is located and not produce any permanent neurological deficit. Deep brain stimulation uses battery-operated neurotransmitters implanted under the collarbone to prevent the abnormal brain signals that are produced in patients with Parkinson’s disease.

  • NeuroAIDS treatment
  • Epilepsy treatment
  • Vestibular treatment
  • Headache treatment
  • Neuromuscular disease treatment
  • Cerebrovasular disease and stroke treatment
  • Multiple sclerosis treatment

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