Cognitive impairment and Dementia

Cognitive impairment is a slowly progressive condition that is typically comes with age, but other factors include genetics, chronic and/or heavy alcohol use, cardiovascular disease, nutritional deficits, sedentary lifestyle and other known and unknown factors may accelerate the cognitive decline and contribute towards the development of dementia.

Headache

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Multiple Sclerosis

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Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s disease is a progressive condition of the central nervous system that affects movement, typically due to a deficiency of a neurotransmitter, brain chemical, dopamine.

Peripheral Neuropathy

Peripheral neuropathy is a broad term that denotes damage to or degeneration of the parts of the nervous system that extend out from the spinal cord and innervate the arms and legs (the periphery of the body), the peripheral nervous system.

Seizure Disorder

Seizure episodes occur when there is an abnormal spike of electrochemical activity in part or all of the brain. It can occur at random in anyone at anytime for no apparent reason, or there can be some cause such as induced by head trauma or a metabolic imbalance or other medical problem.

Stroke

A stroke, or cerebral infarct, is typically caused by an insult to brain tissue, usually due to some form of blockage of blood flow that causes brain tissue to die. This can occur over a large territory of brain due to a large artery problem or it can occur over a small spot due to a small artery problem.