A subspecialty focused on a specific area of neurology is taught to certain neurologists. These one- to two-year programmers are known as fellowships.


A neurologist is a physician with specific training in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of conditions pertaining to the brain and nervous system. These conditions include but are not limited to multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s disease, concussions, epilepsy, migraines, Parkinson’s disease, and strokes.

A pediatric neurologist is a specialized medical professional who focuses on diagnosing and treating neurological disorders in children from infancy through adolescence. While they address some conditions that are also seen in adult neurology, they possess expertise in unique conditions specific to this younger demographic. Child neurologists manage familiar conditions like migraines, epilepsy, strokes, and Tourette’s, alongside their specialization in neurogenetic issues and developmental challenges.

Symptoms & Diagnosis

With a thorough medical history and physical examination that includes testing for mental health, eyesight, speech, strength, feeling, coordination, reflexes, and gait, neurologists are highly skilled medical professionals who can diagnose complicated diseases. The neurological exam is still an essential part of the patient assessment, even as technology grows in the medical field.

In contrast to neurosurgeons, neurologists do not perform surgical procedures on the brain or spinal cord. However, they maintain a close collaboration with neurosurgeons to address a range of conditions, occasionally even participating in surgical interventions within the operating room.

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