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Pain upon light touch
If you have pain upon touching your arms or legs lightly, think about seeing a neurologist.
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Preparing for Your Neurology Appointment - Exam Pa...
MRI, CAT, or other tests Depending on your symptoms and what the doctor observes (signs) or based on the...More
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Preparing for Your Neurology Appointment - Exam Pa...
You've waited weeks, or months, to get an appointment to see a neurologist. You're upset, nervous, maybe scared....More
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Why guess about tests? We'll help you decipher the...
Patients often wait weeks or months to see a specialist, or get a long-awaited for test. MRIs, CATs and numerous...More
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It hurts! It jerks! My body's doing something...st...
Every person with a neurological condition or disorder started out with a symptom that hurt, jerked (tremor or...More
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Why does the doctor treat me like my symptom is "N...
Sometimes, one or a few symptoms do NOT indicate a serious condition or disease. Sometimes, the "picture" of...More
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What is this symptom?! Staying calm despite the u...
When patients have what may be neurological symptoms, especially in the head, spine, or affecting the ability to...More
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Preparing for Your Neurology Appointment - Exam Part 1
You've waited weeks, or months, to get an appointment to see a neurologist. You're upset, nervous, maybe scared. You don't know what to ... More
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