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12/30/2016
By: Laura T.
Dent Neurologic Institute
My daughter is 2 started spacing out and getting bad headaches. She has out of town doctors who said she needed a new MRI. She had one 6 months ago but had a lot of new symptoms to warrrent an MRI. The PA mellissa hasselback couldn't even fit my daughter In Any sooner . After begging for her to call me she did and then told me that a mri would have not changed in the last 6 months and there was no need to do one. I then informed her that her symptoms change. She then informed me my insurance wouldn't cover a second mri in that short of Time. At that point I was so upset and told her my daughter should be her number one priority and let me worry about my insurance. I cross checked her and my insurance would cover it!! It's a factory and your just a number !
11/22/2016
By: Tim P.
Dent Neurologic Institute
After suffering with dizziness and vertigo for YEARS, I finally found someone that was able to help me! After doing some testing I have never heard of (in the same building), he was able to properly treat me and now I have my life back and can do the things I have enjoyed doing!!! Great staff and very helpful....I would highly recommend this doctor due to his expertise and ease of being able to diagnose and treat for dizziness!!!
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04/28/2016
By: Steve L.
Gosy & Associates
He is the best doctor ever ! An iv had a few ,the office is always clean an neat ,his nurses are very helpfull ,they take care of us ,i have had the pleasure of going there for 15 yrs now ,and hope to be going thereanother 15 yrs ,they are the best
03/26/2015
By: Kelly G.
Dent Neurologic Institute
I would have given Dent a zero if the system allowed it.My husband was referred to Dent for his fibromyalgia, which is so extreme he can no longer work. He carefully filled out the very long and detailed paperwork they sent him in the mail before his appointment and also obtained copies of his medical records. No one at Dent took one look at his paperwork or his records. The doctor was extremely dismissive, offering a cursory exam that barely took 5 minutes and then telling my husband there was nothing she could do to help him. It was as if she'd never even heard of fibromyalgia before, didn't care to ever learn about, and was annoyed that my husband was taking up her time by hoping she might do her job. What a colossal waste of time and money, but what's worse, we'll never know if there are any neurological treatments that could have helped my husband because Dent is, from what we've seen, a joke and a sham.
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Neurologists must first obtain an undergraduate pre-medical degree, and the next step in their education involves four years at medical school. Upon completing medical school, neurologists typically enter a one-year internship program, and this is followed by a three-year residency program in neurology. After this residency is completed, neurologists may receive advanced training via a fellowship program, and these typically last one to two years.
The cost of a neurological exam will depend on the service that is being provided. If  electromyography (EMG) testing is being performed, the cost could run $150-$500 per test. Other types of diagnostic tests include a nerve biopsy, a spinal tap, and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The total cost for having a spinal tap administered can run $3,000-$5,000.
A wide range of options are available for the treatment of neurological disorders. The symptoms of Parkinson's disease may be relieved with Botox injections and deep-brain stimulation. Multiple sclerosis may be addressed with disease-modifying therapies that are offered in injection, intravenous, and oral forms, and emotional, cognitive, and physical therapies are often recommended to support the process. Stroke treatments include blood thinners, blood pressure control, and thrombolytic therapy to break up blood clots.
Strictly speaking, dementia is not the same as Alzheimer's disease. Dementia refers to a set of symptoms, and these include language difficulty, confusion, and memory loss. Alzheimer's disease is one cause of dementia, and it's responsible for 60 percent to 70 percent of all dementia cases. However, other illnesses can trigger dementia, as well, and these include Parkinson's disease and Lewy body disease.
The signs of a concussion may include headache, lack of coordination, memory loss, vomiting, nausea, dizziness, ringing in the ears, confusion, and severe fatigue. A concussion is typically caused by an injury that causes your head and brain to be quickly shaken back and forth. A concussion can be caused by a fall or a car accident, and it may also occur during participation in impact sports.

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