Bell’s Palsy is an unpleasant but treatable condition that affects the nerves in the face and lasts about 3 weeks. A neurologist can diagnose the condition and provide relief during recovery.
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Living with Alzheimer’s Disease – See a neurologist to develop a treatment plan. Services are available in Loudoun County to assist both the patient and caregiver.
The causes of syncope can range from harmless to being an indication of a more serious underlying health issue. In some cases, the cause of syncope can lead to hospitalization.
There are 4 types of multiple sclerosis which we define in this article. Always seek the advice of a neurologist for a definitive diagnosis. Neurology Associates has offices in Dulles and Leesburg Virginia.
Bell’s Palsy is a form of temporary paralysis or weakness in the face. Its cause is unknown but a diagnosis from a neurologist can determine the best course of treatment.
Myasthenia Gravis is a neuromuscular disease with symptoms that include muscle weakness, drooping eyelids, double vision, and difficulty smiling or chewing.
Involuntary and rhythmic shaking in almost any part of your body could be an indication of Essential Tremor. See a neurologist to diagnosis and rule out Parkinson’s Disease and other similar disorders.
Neuropathy can be a serious condition and requires medical attention from a neurologist.
Everyone forgets things from time to time. What does it mean if you misplaced your car keys or forgot the name of a person you just met?
Migraines and headaches may seem an ordinary problem that most people experience at some point in their lives. It is just a part of life. That is not true. A migraine is the most common disabling brain disorder. It is characterized by severe, painful, throbbing, and recurring headaches—usually on one side of the head. According […]
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