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Clinical Neurophysiology

Department of Neurology

Clinical Neurophysiology is specialty of neurology devoted to the study of the central and peripheral nervous systems through the recording of bioelectrical activity.

The nervous system controls all of our sensation and behavior, and therefore the kinds of symptoms that may result from disorders of the nervous system are almost without limit. Symptoms of neurological disease include poor memory, poor balance, headache, blackouts, seizures, speech disorders, trouble swallowing, numbness or loss of sensation, spasticity, tremor, difficulty controlling urination, and a host of other symptoms. Neurologists work with your primary care physician to diagnose and manage your neurological symptoms. The neurological problems of infants and young children are often different from those that affect adults. Pediatric neurologists manage neurological problems in patients less than 18 years of age.