Neurology is the branch of medicine that deals with the nervous system and its diseases.

Neurology is the branch of medicine that studies the nervous system and its diseases.

Neurologists treat brain diseases and disorders in the spinal cord and surrounding nerves.

The nervous system is a system that plays a critical role in controlling the body and is very complex in its structure and function. The study of this system and the understanding of its functions has been carried out mainly over the last century.

The introduction of electroencephalography, computed tomography of the brain and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in medicine has expanded the possibilities of early diagnosis and on-site treatment.

Brain diseases, spinal cord disorders, peripheral nerve disorders, and muscle disorders fall under the specialty of neurology.

Patients suffering from headaches can also be examined in our neurology clinics.

Neurological Disorders:

  • Headache, migraine,

  • Dementia, Alzheimer’s Disease,

  • Epilepsy,

  • Parkinson’s Disease and movement disorder,

  • Neuromuscular Disorders,

  • Neuropathies (e.g.: Diabetic neuropathy)

  • MS and other demyelinating diseases

  • Cerebrovascular Events (stroke)

  • Spine Disorders, Diseases and Deformities

  • Myasthenia gravis

  • Diseases characterized by tingling and burning sensation in the hands and feet

  • Tremor (involuntary shaking)

  • Diagnosis and treatment of vertigo

  • Gait and balance problems


  • EEG (For Adults, Sleeping - Waking)

  • EMG (For Adults)

  • VEP (Visually Evoked Potential)

  • Neurocognitive tests are also performed for patients suffering from amnesia.

  • EMG tests (electromyoneurography), which is a dynamic diagnostic method to evaluate neuropathies that mainly manifest as discomforts, such as numbness in the hands and feet, and to diagnose painful conditions, such as lumbar and cervical disc herniations, are performed in the electrophysiology laboratory.

  • Electroencephalography (EEG), which is used in the differential diagnosis of central nervous system diseases, especially epilepsy, can also be performed in an electrophysiology lab.