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By: Carrie B.
Neurology Associates PC
Was referred to Neurology Associates and it was horrible. I was rudely treated by the doctor and did not receive proper treatment. Left in tears and pain.
By: debandbj
Neurology Associates PC
Dr. Bobenhouse was my son's Dr when he was transported from Mary Lanning Hospital in Hastings, NE last year (June 2011) from having over 35 back to back seizures that put him in a coma on life support. After several days in a coma, he woke up He put him on a different drug than any other Dr has tried before and it really made a huge difference in my son's seizures. He has seizures because when he was 12 yrs old he had brain surgery due to the rupturing of an AVM (arteriorvascularmalformation) that was a congenital birth defect we never knew he even had until that fateful day that it ruptured and nearly killed him. We are happy that what we thought would kill him has not taken him yet. He has been in a total of 4 comas that required life support but He has managed to survive them all with proper treatment. My son will be 31 years old the 23rd of this month (Oct.2012). I am grateful for the care we have gotten from Dr Bobenhouse and his Associates. I would reccomend this group to anyone who needs the help of Neurologists and their Group. I am planning to make an appointment with them for my own health. If he can help my son, hopefully he can help me also.
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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.
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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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