Neurology is the specialty dealing with the diagnosis, managing, treating and curing diseases affecting the brain, spinal cord, peripheral nerves, and muscles. Any problem in the brain manifests in the form of difficulty or inability to do the day to day chores of life like speaking, walking, seeing or drinking and in certain situations even thinking. Emirates Specialty Hospital provides a high – quality patient-centered care in a state – of – the – art facility with the latest equipment in the country.

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Services & Expertise Offered:

• Diagnosis and Management Stroke cases
• Headaches and facial pains
• Dizziness and balance diseases
• Epilepsy
• Multiple sclerosis
• Neuroimmunology disorders (demyelinating disease, vasculitis …etc.)
• Dementias, cognitive impairments
• Sleep disorders
• Parkinson disease and movement disorders
• Back pains
• Muscle Disorders (myasthenia gravis, myopathies)
• Different types of neuropathies
• Neurological tests like EEG, NCS, EMG and evoked potentials
• Handling all neurological emergences
• Stroke management (acute, chronic)
• Multiple Sclerosis care management
• Neurophysiological studies including nerve conduction, electromyography, electroencephalography and evoked potentials.

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Neurology is the discipline that examines the anatomical – physiological features of the nervous system and its disorders and clinical syndromes that occur for various reasons. Nervous system; the brain consists of the spinal cord (spinal cord) and the peripheral nervous system. Diseases that develop in any of these three departments and do not require surgical intervention are performed by the neurology department. Neurology is divided into two branches as adult and child neurology. Today, scientific developments have naturally been reflected in neurology and subdivisions of neurology have emerged.

Diseases in which neurology is concerned;

  •           Cerebrovascular diseases
  •           Headache (migraine), epilepsy
  •           Peripheral nerve diseases
  •           Muscular diseases
  •           Multiple Sclerosis and similar diseases
  •           •Sleeping disorders
  •           Dizziness
  •           Parkinson’s disease
  •           Alzheimer and similar dementia diseases
  •           Brain and spinal cord tumors and inflammations


In modern medical practice, advanced laboratory studies make an important contribution. CT, MR, Angiography, interventional neuroradiology practices have an important place in the diagnosis and treatment of neurological diseases. The main laboratories of the Neurology Department are: EEG Laboratory (sleep and alertness tests are performed here), which is important for diagnosing various diseases, including epilepsy and consciousness disorders, sleep laboratory used in sleep disorders, EMG used in the diagnosis of nerve and muscle diseases and Stimulus Response Laboratory.


Cerebrovascular Diseases: Cerebrovascular diseases include brain bleeding and brain vascular occlusion. Cell death occurs in the areas fed by the clogged vessel, and loss of strength, loss of speech, dizziness, visual disturbances and loss of consciousness may occur on one side of the body, depending on the body part. This condition known as “stroke” is treated by neurologists.

Epilepsy: Epilepsy disease known as Sara crisis is one of the diseases followed by the neurology unit. The most common epilepsy seizure type is generalized tonic clonic seizures that occur with involuntary movements in the arms and legs, loss of consciousness, foamy mouth, urinary incontinence.


Dementia: With the prolongation of human life, the rate of dementia increases gradually. The most common cause of dementia in old age is Alzheimer’s disease. Complaints that start with forgetfulness progress with complaints such as decreased cognitive activities, thought disorders, difficulty in doing daily activities, refusing to eat, and being closed. Apart from Alzheimer’s disease, dementia can also be observed due to disorders in the structure of the brain vessels. The follow-up and treatment of these diseases are done by neurologists.

Sleep Disorders: With the increase of sources that cause stress in our daily lives, sleep disorders have become one of the most common health problems. Pathologies such as snoring and sleep apnea may disrupt the quality of your sleep at night and cause inadequate sleep intake and constant fatigue. If you have a complaint of snoring, difficulty in falling asleep, excessive sleep or sleep apnea noticed by your relatives, do not forget to make an appointment at the neurology department.

Demyelinating diseases: Neurologists monitor and treat demyelinating diseases such as MS (Multiple Sclerosis), neuromyelitis optica (NMO), Devic disease.