Visiting your doctor on a regular basis is key to a healthy life. Whether you're feeling the effects of the common cold or just coming in for a checkup, we want to make sure you have all the facts you need to make an educated decision.
Conditions we treat include:
Migraine is a disorder of altered sensory processing in the brain. It occurs in episodes that lead to symptoms of headaches, neck pain, light sensitivity, nausea, mood changes, and impaired concentration.
The most common form of cognitive problems is Alzheimer's disease which usually affects people in their 70s and 80s. There is net loss of nerve cells and connections in the brain leading to difficulty registering new memories, learning, language processing, attention span and logical thinking
Epilepsy can occur differently in everyone and it’s important to be able to identify the symptoms of different seizures. A seizure could be just a few seconds of staring blankly or could be repeatedly twitching the arms and legs
Stroke occurs due to sudden brain damage that is caused by blockage or damage to a blood vessel. Depending on the location of the damage in the brain, patients experience sudden loss of a brain function.
If you have a life-threatening or severe injury, call 911 or go directly to the nearest hospital emergency room.