Alexandria Office and Corporate HQ
Neurologist Alexandria VA
At Integrated Neurology Services we treat various disorders such as abnormalities of the brain, spinal cord, or other nerves throughout the body. These disorders might be structural, electrical, or biochemical. Some of the symptoms of a neurological disease include:
• Weak muscles
• Coordination problems
• Loss of feeling in some parts of the body
• Altered levels of consciousness
At Integrated Neurology Services, we treat a wide range of conditions including:
- Integrated Center for Autoimmune Neurology & Multiple Sclerosis (iCANMS)
- Integrated Infusion Suites (iIS)
- Integrated Sleep Services (iSS)
- Integrated Neuromuscular, Spasticity & Movement Disorder Clinic (iNSMD)
- Integrated Neurodiagnostics (iND) … this center includes info about EMG/NCVs, EEGs, PSGs, Bi/CPAPs
- Integrated Spine & Pain Services (iSpine)
- Integrated Migraine & Headache Treatment Center (iMHeadacheTx)
- Integrated Neurovascular & Stroke Program (iNSP)
- Integrated Memory Disorder Center (iMDC)
- Integrated Gait, Balance & Fall Prevention Program (iGBF)
- Integrated Clinical Research Center (iCRC)
- Integrated Telemedicine & Specialty Services (iTSS)
Neurology Clinic Alexandria VA
Our services provide for the treatment of many neurological disorders using a wide variety of treatment programs, such as an infusion center. Infusions give specific types of medication using an IV to get the medicine into the bloodstream.
What disorders get treatment at a neurological clinic?
A variety of neurological disorders get diagnosed and treated at a neurological clinic. Some of these disorders include:
Sleep disorders include problems such as narcolepsy, sleep apnea, hypersomnia, and insomnia. Any disease that causes a person trouble with either too much sleep or not enough sleep qualifies as a sleep disorder.
Amnesia occurs when you suddenly can’t remember information about your life or yourself. This memory disorder occurs for a variety of reasons, which might include traumatic brain injury or other brain disorders.
Dementia is an overall word for a variety of symptoms that affect memory and a person’s thinking skills. To have dementia, a person must have severe enough memory loss to have difficulty with daily activities of life. Alzheimer’s disease remains the most well-known of the various types of dementia, but there are many more types of dementia besides Alzheimer’s disease. For instance, vascular dementia occurs after a stroke and is the second most frequently occurring type of dementia. Signs of dementia include loss of memory, problems with communication and language, having a hard time with mental focus, difficulty with reasoning and judgment, and unusual visual perception. It is crucial for a person with suspected dementia to seek medical advice to determine the cause and possible treatment for dementia.
In Parkinson’s disease, the brain stops producing dopamine, which is a chemical that helps the brain coordinate movement. Having Parkinson’s causes problems with stiffness, slowness, balance and walking as well as constipation, memory issues, depression, and other non-movement related health problems. Every person with Parkinson’s has a little bit of a different experience with the disease, which makes it hard to diagnose in some cases.
Researchers don’t know what causes MS. But people with MS experience a chronic disease of the central nervous system. The brain, spinal cord, and optic nerves become affected. Some people won’t have many symptoms or may experience tingling in some areas of their bodies.
Cerebral palsy remains a blanket term for a group of disorders that cause problems in a person’s ability to move, have the correct posture, and maintain their balance. Abnormal brain growth or damage to the developing brain disrupts a person’s ability to control their muscles. Sometimes people with CP also have intellectual disabilities, hearing and vision problems along with movement issues. Others experience much more severe symptoms such as mobility problems, vision loss, hearing loss, speech problems, and paralysis. Spine and joint disorders might also occur with cerebral palsy.
If you suffer from any of these symptoms or from other neurological issues, please consult with one of our experienced board certified neurologists at Integrated Neurology Services as soon as possible. Our services are here to diagnose and treat neurological disorders using the latest methods to improve your quality of life. Early diagnosis and treatment of a neurological disorder make all the difference in the benefits you can gain.