Neurology Consultants of Dallas Epilepsy Division is home to a team of fellowship trained experts who are dedicated to elevating individualized patient care. Our goal is to work closely with patients and their families to help control seizures and to improve quality of life.
While most people experience some mild changes in their memory as they age, memory loss and thinking problems that disrupt daily life are not a typical part of aging. If you’re concerned about significant changes in memory, thinking, behavior, or mood, in yourself or someone you care about, contact our office. Our team of neurologists, neuropsychologists, therapists, clinical researchers and more will diagnose, treat and manage your symptoms.
The NCD movement disorder specialists are recognized for their expertise in the diagnosis and management of movement disorders in adults. Dedicated to providing comprehensive care, we diagnose, treat, and research a wide range of disorders in adults that affect movement including Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, ataxia, tremor, tics, and Huntington’s disease and other choreas.
Neuroimmunology concentrates on the relationship between your nervous system and your immune system and the ways in which those interactions influence your nervous system’s ability to function. Immunologic damage to your brain, spinal cord, nerves, and other tissues causes various symptoms, depending on where the attacks occur, affecting your overall health and well-being.
Our physicians have focused on providing comprehensive care to those with neuromuscular diseases and disorders. Our wide-ranging services include testing, diagnosis, treatment, education, and rehabilitative care for Myasthenia Gravis, Myopathy, Neuropathy and many other neuromuscular disorders.
Leading a healthy lifestyle is not only contingent upon getting enough sleep, but also the quality of sleep. Often, a decrease in quality sleep is the reason a person suffers from other conditions. Sleep disorders can be the root cause for headaches/migraines, poor concentration, motor vehicle accidents, work and school problems, heart disease, depression and anxiety, weight gain, high blood pressure, and diabetes.
Vascular neurologists diagnose and treat many cerebrovascular diseases and events, including stroke, brain aneurysm, and spinal cord hemorrhage. Our team of specialists have been instrumental in developing a state-of-the-art stroke program within Dallas area hospitals, as well as providing continued evaluation, treatment, and neurorehabilitation care for our patients.