A Patient Consults with a Neurologist about the Symptoms of Epilepsy

A New Epileptic Seizure Classification Approach for Any Practicing Neurologist

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.
One Reason to Visit a Dulles Neurology Clinic? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Neurology for the Tingling Hand: Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Diagnosis & Treatment

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.
Learning the Most Common Symptoms of Stroke Might Really Come in

A Neurologist Offers Life-Saving Advice on Detecting Early Warning Signs of Stroke

With a stroke, the brain’s cells are deprived of oxygen, causing them to die off. As a result, speech impediment, impaired memory, loss of movement and even death may occur.
A Neurologist Can Get to the Bottom of Your Frequent Dizzy Spells

Visit a Neurologist If You Suspect Dizzy Spells to Be Something More Serious

Dizziness is among the most common complaints of patients when they go to a healthcare provider.
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Alzheimer’s Disease Symptoms: When to Consult a Neurologist

Researchers have made headway with medications and management strategies that may temporarily improve or delay the symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease.
Illustration of Parkinson’s Disease Symptoms Used by a Neurologist

Warning Signs of Parkinson’s Disease and When to See a Neurologist

According to research from the Parkinson’s Disease Foundation, more than a million Americans live with Parkinson’s disease, a progressive nervous system disorder that impacts movement. This staggering number only grows with each passing year as roughly 60,000 Americans are diagnosed with the condition every year.
Neurology Associates | COVID related neurological symptons

Coronavirus and the Neurological Side Effects of COVID-19

Coronavirus cases are still occurring and may become more prevalent as we head into winter and flu season. COVID-19 infection can cause long-term brain and motor function problems. See a neurologist if you have trouble recovering from COVID-19 its or its variations.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome - pain or tingling in hands or wrist

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome?

If you are waking up at night with numbness, tingling, burning and pain in the hands you may have carpal tunnel syndrome. If it doesn’t resolve, seek help from a neurologist before the problem becomes severe.
Man with Bell's Palsy covers his face. Neurology Associates in Northern Virginia offer treatment for Bell's Palsy.

Diagnosing & Treating Bell’s Palsy

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.
Photo on Neurologist Associates is of an elderly patient suffering with Alzheimer's Disease

Living with Alzheimer’s Disease

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.