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Conditions Treated

Alzheimer’s Disease/Dementia 
A disorder of the mental processes caused by brain disease or injury, marked by personality changes, memory loss, confusion and related symptoms.

Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) 
Commonly called Lou Gehrig’s disease. ALS is a disease of the motor neurons in the brain and spinal cord, affecting voluntary muscle movement.

Bell’s Palsy
A temporary paralysis of the facial nerve, causing muscular weakness or drooping on one side of the face.

Brachial Plexus Injuries
Damage to the nerves that send signals from the spinal cord to the shoulder.

Cerebral Palsy
A condition, typically from damage to the brain before or at birth, that includes impaired muscle coordination and varying degrees of disability.

Abnormal brain function occurring from different conditions, such as lack of nutrients, poisoning, infection, structural changes or lack of oxygen to the brain. 

Condition in which brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizure, unusual behavior, sensations and loss of consciousness.

Guillain-Barre Syndrome
Rare syndrome in which body’s immune system attacks the nerves, causing weakness, tingling and paralysis.

Huntington’s Chorea
Hereditary disease that causes a breakdown of nerve cells in the brain. Symptoms include involuntary jerking and writhing.

Meningitis and Encephalitis
Acute inflammation of membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord. Symptoms include confusion, vomiting, inability to tolerate noise or light, weakness, visual problems and dizziness.

Multiple Sclerosis
Condition where the immune system attacks myelin, the “insulation” of the nerves. Common symptoms include fatigue, numbness, difficulty walking, weakness, visual problems, bladder issues and pain.

Muscular Dystrophy
Group of inherited muscle disorders that cause weakness and loss of muscle tissue.

Parkinson’s Disease
Disorder of the central nervous system causing tremor, slowed movements and rigid muscles.

Peripheral Neuropathy
Damage to peripheral nerves causing weakness, numbness and pain, usually in hands and feet.

Post-polio Syndrome
Affecting polio survivors years after recovery.  Muscles weaken that were previously affected; symptoms can also begin in muscles that were seemingly unaffected.

Pain anywhere in the head or neck.  They can be classified as migraine, tension-type and cluster headaches. 

Illness/inflammation of a nerve bundle from herpes zoster virus, characterized by a painful skin rash with blisters in a localized area.

Blood supply to the brain is interrupted or severely reduced. Symptoms include trouble speaking, understanding, paralysis, numbness, visual problems, headache and trouble walking.
The above conditions are some of the most common conditions treated. We offer skilled care for numerous other related medical conditions. If you need care for a condition not listed here, please call 812-450-5000 to Find a Doctor.
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