At IGEA Brain & Spine, our neurologist is dedicated to treating complex neurological disorders, including headaches, migraines and movement disorders. Utilizing the latest tools and techniques in the industry, our neurologist, neurosurgeons and orthopaedist offer comprehensive, superior care for patients living with these and other conditions of the brain, spine and neuroendovascular system.
Conditions We Treat
Our neurologist specializes in conditions, including:
Bell’s palsy: Bell’s palsy is a temporary paralysis of the face. This is due to damage or trauma of a cranial nerve that controls a variety of functions of the face (e.g., expressions, blinking, tear glands, etc.).
Headaches: Headaches may be caused by issues with the pain-sensitive structures in the head (primary headache) or may be the symptom of a disease (secondary headache).
Migraines: Migraines are a type of primary headache that typically progress in four stages: prodrome (warning signs), aura (visual disturbances), headache and postdrome (a feeling of exhaustion or elation post-migraine).
Movement disorders: Movement disorders (e.g., Parkinson’s disease) are neurological conditions that affect different aspects of body movement, such as speed, fluency and quality. Abnormal movement may involve involuntary or extreme movement (hyperkinesia), or reduced or nonexistent voluntary movement (hyperkinesia).
Seizure disorders: Seizure disorders (e.g., epilepsy) are abnormal disruptions in the brain’s electrical activity that can affect how the body and brain function for a period of time.
Cerebrovascular diseases: This group of diseases—which includes strokes—affect the flow of blood to the brain by limiting or blocking the flow completely.
Services We Offer
Our neurological team is highly skilled in a variety of noninvasive and minimally invasive treatments and procedures, including: