Neurological Conditions at NJ Spine & Wellness
Spinal or brain injuries, genetics, metabolic disorders, and infections are just a few examples of conditions that can cause neurological changes in the brain. Common manifestations of these injuries and disorders include seizures and stroke, but several more symptoms may develop depending on the exact cause.
NJ Spine and Wellness has a team of neurological rehabilitation experts that can help treat a wide variety of conditions that affect the brain and nervous system. Discover how we can work together to treat your neurological condition.
What are Neurological Conditions?
Neurological conditions come in different forms, but all share similar symptoms that affect normal brain or nervous system function. They may be acquired or congenital – meaning the person is born with them or they develop over time through activities, injuries, or disorders. Some of the most common neurological conditions that we treat are:
- Trauma, such as a brain or spinal cord injury through concussions
- Neuromuscular disorders, such as Bell plays, carpal tunnel syndrome or peripheral neuropathy
- Parkinson’s disease
Symptoms of Neurological Disorders
The symptoms of neurological conditions depend on the exact problem, but common signs include:
- Confusion or loss of consciousness
- Headaches, including migraines
- Weakness or numbness in limbs or face
- Loss of coordination
- Muscle spasms
Neurological Rehabilitation at NJ Spine and Wellness
Our neurological rehab program aims to reduce symptoms while improving function and the complete well-being of the patient. The rehabilitative process is designed to help patients improve in the following areas:
- Performing daily activities
- Balance and coordination