We provide professional support in neurology.
Neurology is a branch of medical science that generally
examines diseases of the brain, brainstem, spinal cord and peripheral nervous
system and muscles, and includes diagnostic treatment practices. Epilepsy, movement disorders, cerebrovascular diseases, dementia,
sleep disorders, headaches, dizziness, strokes, change of consciousness, hand
foot numbness, various muscle weaknesses are also within the scope of
neurology. Advanced laboratory studies have an important
place in modern neurology applications. Moodist Psychiatry and Neurology
Hospital provides uninterrupted service in the diagnosis and treatment of
neurological diseases with its state-of-the-art laboratories.
In cases of frequently encountered problems such as Headache / Migraine and Tinnitus (Tinnitus) , besides the medical examination, Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Therapy
(TMS) method, which is a painless and drug-free treatment with no side effects
and pleasing clinical results, is also used.
EEG, EMG, and magnetic stimulation tests are also performed for diagnostic purposes in our
Neurology outpatient clinic of Moodist Psychiatry and Neurology Hospital.With
the sleep test or polysomnography used in the diagnosis of sleep disorders such
as sleep apnea, the patient’s brain waves, eye movements, respiratory
activities, oxygen amount in the blood and muscle activity are measured during
Also in our hospital EEGand EMG tests are also performed. For detailed information and appointment: 0216 912 1717
Diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases can be
performed either outpatient or inpatient within the framework of evidence-based
medicine in the Neurology Unit. Some of those;
Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders
Muscular and neuromuscular diseases
Demyelinating diseases (Multiple Sclerosis and similar diseases)
Restless leg syndrome
Peripheral nerve diseases and nerve damage due to diabetes
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Common body aches (Neuralgias)
Facial aches and paralysis
In the case of neurological diseases, regular
communication and follow-up between the patient and the doctor is important, as
drug changes or dose changes can be made frequently during patient follow-up.