The 4 main types of multiple sclerosis as defined in an article by Neurology Associates with offices in Dulles and Leesburg, Virginia.

The 4 Types of Multiple Sclerosis

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.
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New Medication Approved for Treatment of Alzheimer’s Disease

Everyone has moments when they are forgetful, but in Alzheimer’s…
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An In-Depth Review of Parkinson’s Disease

There is no cure for Parkinson’s Disease, but there is new research and available treatments to help improve the quality of life for those suffering from the disease. Dr. Sarbjot Dulai of Neurology Associates with offices in Dulles and Lansdowne offers an in-depth review of Parkinson’s Disease.
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Dulles Neurologist Discusses Frontotemporal Dementia

Brain disorders such as frontotemporal dementia can lead to a loss of social and occupational abilities. A firm diagnosis by a qualified neurologist can determine a course of action for minimizing the disease.
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The Dangers of Sleep Apnea: Why You Should See a Neurologist

To head off potential health problems, it is important to talk to your neurologist about possible sleep apnea. It can cause issues that leave you fatigued, sleepy, and irritable. Treatment can ease your symptoms and might help prevent heart problems and other complications.
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An Overview of Restless Leg Syndrome

Restless Leg Syndrome (Willis-Ekbom disease) can be uncomfortable. However, a neurologist may be able to help symptoms and improve sleep.
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Bell’s Palsy: What To Look For And When To See A Neurologist

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.
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Myasthenia Gravis: Beyond Muscle Weakness

Myasthenia Gravis is a neuromuscular disease with symptoms that include muscle weakness, drooping eyelids, double vision, and difficulty smiling or chewing.
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Essential Tremor and You

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.
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Myopathy: Signs, Symptoms, And When To See A Neurologist

Myopathies are diseases of skeletal muscle and can have many causes. Contact a neurologist for a firm diagnosis and multi-disciplinary treatment through Neurology Associates in Dulles and Lansdowne, Virginia.