Have you ever wondered what your brain health status is or how you are performing for your age?
With all the media attention focused in head concussions, Alzheimer disease, other types of Dementia, assessing your brain health should be a routine part of your preventive health care.
Brain health refers to the ability to remember, learn, plan, concentrate and maintain a clear, active mind. We check our cholesterol levels and measure our blood pressure routinely. When is the last time you checked your Brain health? The nervous system makes us who we are. It consists two major parts, the central nervous system ,the central nervous system ( CNS ), which include brain and spinal cord, the peripheral nervous system ( PNS ) consists mainly of nerves, that connect the CNS to every other part of the body.
Our personalities, our memories, and everything we’ve ever felt, seen, heard, or touched have come to us through the brain. For this reason, neurological illnesses can be especially unsettling, as these disorders can change our ability to act, speak, and even think how we once could.
We diagnose and treat a wide range of neurological conditions and diseases. We focus on finding the causes of disease, their progression, treatment and prevention.
The most common adult neurological diseases we diagnose and treat:
- Headaches / Migraines
Seizures / Epilepsy
Traumatic brain injury
Memory disorders such as Alzheimer’s Disease
Stroke and other Cerebrovascular Diseases
Movement disorders including Parkinson’s Disease and tremors
Acute Chronic Neuropathy
Brain and spinal cord tremors