MBBS, MD - Medicine, DM - Neurology
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Dr. Sudhir Kumar Jha, has a vast experience in Internal medicine and in Neurology. His clinic is well equipped with modern facilities for all neurological investigations like EEG, EMG. Evoked Potential studies etc.
had taken the treatment of Bell's Palsy earlier also ,which was very beneficial ... As always today they helped a lot..thank u sir
Doctor sir, listened our issue very nicely & after listening carefully he gave the prescription. Sir but my jssue is my father's agitation has not reduced till now, please provide some way to handle him. Please sir.
I visited doctor today and found all the staff as well as doctor is arrogant and rude.Doctor removed my mother blood pressure medicine and added one blood pressure medicine.when i asked him which one is blood pressure medicine he said counter staff will let u know.when i asked counter staff which is blood pressure medicine he added he said i dont know.ironical so i asked go and please ask doctor he said aap sab dawa chala do bina samjhe ki kaun sa dawa kaun saa hai and same doctor said when i visited his chamber again.he said i am rude because i asked for medicine mechanism n working it is wastage of time as per doctor.patient should eat it whatever his condition is and he dont have time to discuss because many patient are waiting outside *** ** **** ** **** ***** *please donot seek this *** doctor.
Q: Who is a neurologist?
A: A neurologist is a doctor who is an expert in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of problems that affect the nervous system. They treat disorders, illnesses, and injuries of both the central (the brain and the spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system.
Q: What is the difference between a neurologist and a neurosurgeon?
A: Though a neurologist and neurosurgeon diagnose and treat disorders of the nervous system, a neurologist cannot perform surgery. Hence, if a patient requires surgical treatment for a neurological condition such as tumours or carpal tunnel syndrome, then a neurologist would refer the patient to a neurosurgeon.
Q: What kind of illnesses do neurologists treat?
A: Some illnesses that the neurologist treats are: Neurodegenerative disorders such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's disease Epilepsy Headaches Back pain Brain tumour Multiple sclerosis Injury or infection that affects the brain or spinal cord Peripheral neuropathy (a condition that affects your nerves) Pinched nerves Stroke Tremors
Q: When should one visit a neurologist?
A: You should visit a neurologist if you have: Headaches Numbness or tingling sensation Chronic pain Loss of bladder or bowel function Excessive weakness Difficulty in walking Jerky movements Tremors Confusion Problems with memory Difficulty in sleeping Changes in vision Seizures
Q: Who do neurologists work with?
A: Neurologists usually work with neurosurgeons, whereby they plan surgeries if required for the improvement in the condition of a patient. A neurologist may also teach and conduct research to contribute to the scientific knowledge in neurology.