Myopathy is a medical term that means your muscles are not working properly. Some of the common signs of myopathy are muscle weakness, pain, cramps, stiffness, and fatigue.
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Neuropathy can cause various symptoms, such as pain, numbness, and weakness, especially in the hands and feet. There are four main types of neuropathy which are discussed in this article.
Having a hard time remembering phone numbers or names of people you just met? Everyone forgets things sometimes, however dementia is a severe form of memory loss that can be debilitating.
Syncope, commonly known as fainting, is a common illness experienced by about 3% of men and 3.5% of women at some point in their lifetime.
Migraine is an illness that is common but painful and sometimes debilitating. It is essential for patients to consult with a neurology specialist to avoid misdiagnosis and incorrect treatment.
Multiple sclerosis is considered an autoimmune disease. Once diagnosed, you may need to change your lifestyle to live an active and healthy life.
Trying to communicate with a loved one who has Alzheimer’s disease is hard, both for the patient and the caregiver. Communicating progressively worsens as the patient’s condition advances. Care should be given in talking with these types of patients and strategies must be adopted according to the degree in the decline of the patient’s health.
Despite the gravity of Lou Gehrig’s Disease (ALS), life after its diagnosis can be well-supported under the compassionate care of Neurology Associates in Leesburg, VA.
Epilepsy is a neurological condition characterized by repeated, unprovoked seizures. According to the World Health Organization, this condition affects over 50 million people worldwide. Its treatment primarily involves preventing and controlling seizures.
Repetitive hand and wrist actions such as typing, gardening, sports, construction work and more can lead to tingling, numbness and pain in the hands and wrists. It may be necessary to visit a neurologist to see if treatment or surgery is needed.
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