Epilepsy is a brain disorder which occurs due to an abnormal excessive electrical discharge in the neurons of the brain which causes significant distress to patients and families alike, as it instigates different types of seizures in patients. At Neurowin, we are trained to accurately diagnose and treat all types of epilepsies. A comprehensive approach combined with proper patient education and treatment for epilepsy are key. Individualized therapy with treatment options ranging from medication, diet management, and proper referrals to surgical therapies if and when required are just some of the services available to you at Neurowin. Additional support services available to you are psychiatric, physical, occupational and cognitive therapies.
A progressive disorder of the brain which affects memory, language and ultimately all the activities of daily living. Dementia occurs due to the damage of neurons because of veried reasons which ultimately causes the brain to shrink. Although dementia is a progressive and incurable disease, with a proper and early diagnosis, the patient can take steps to slow the onset and progress of this illness. We at neurowin are skilled and experienced at recognizing all types of dementia and it’s related conditions. Early diagnosis helps our patients to improve their quality of life and reduce their dependence on caregivers. Some tips to delay the onset of dementia are:
Headache is the most common disorder which causes years of disability which may be due to varied causes ranging from migrain to brain tumors. Recognizing the causes of a headache early is the key to successful treatment. At Neurowin, we are highly trained to diagnose and provide the best and the latest treatment to our patients who complain headaches. For example, migraine treatment through latest medications such as CGRP therapy to Botox and neuromodulation devices for headache treatment. Treatment is offered for those suffering from migraine, chronic daily headache, medication over use headache, menstrual related migraine, post traumatic headache, chronic hemifacial pain, occipital and trigeminal neuralgia etc.
It is a chronic illness that mostly affects young people due to a disorder in which the white blood cell in our blood attack our brain cells causing sudden inflammation in the brain which causes loss of function of that area of the brain or spinal cord causing loss of funtion of limbs or vision and even cause sudden behavior changes. After proper investigation and diagnosis Now many modalities of treatment are available for this illness which can prevent sudden relapse and keep the disease under control and prevent long term morbidity.
Stroke occurs when a blood vessel bringing blood and oxygen to the brain gets blocked by A clot when this happens brain cells don't get the oxygen and and the neurons of the brain stop functioning and die out in minutes. Stroke will present itself as headaches, weakening of face muscles and also weakness in one side of the body. TIA or transient ischemic attack is a warning stroke which occurs for a short time so please don't ignore any sudden weakness of face, hand or leg. If a patient has stroke, time is crucial as immediate treatment may reduce the long-term effects of a stroke. The clot busting treatment can be delivered up to 4.5 hours only in selected patients with good results hence reaching the hospital with neurocare is important.
The symptoms of vertigo include sudden onset of spinning of the environment around you which may be severe enough to throw the patient off balance. This may last for a few minutes to days accompanied by vommiting and loss of balance ,this is mostly due to the ear balancing system but may be due to serious brain illness like acute stroke or bleeding hence it needs to be properly diagnosed and treated at the earliest as it might be very frightening to the patient and delay in the diagnosis may have poor outcome and incompleat recovery.
Sleep disorders are conditions that result in changes in the way that you sleep.A sleep disorder can affect your overall health, safety and quality of life. Sleep deprivation can affect your ability to drive safely and increase your risk of other health problems.Some of the signs and symptoms of sleep disorders include excessive daytime sleepiness, irregular breathing or increased movement during sleep. Other signs and symptoms include an irregular sleep and wake cycle and difficulty falling asleep.There are many different types of sleep disorders. They're often grouped into categories that explain why they happen or how they affect you. Sleep disorders can also be grouped according to behaviors, problems with your natural sleep-wake cycles, breathing problems, difficulty sleeping or how sleepy you feel during the day.