The Department of Neurology provides diagnosis and medical treatment of disorders that occur in the brain and spinal cord, nerve branches (peripheral nerves), and muscles.
It has committed to improving the quality of medical services through constant research and training.
It also serves patients who suffer dementia and strokes which are increasing due to population aging: Parkinson’s disease, headaches and vertigo, the most common symptoms of people today, as well as those with intractable epilepsy, peripheral nervous and muscular diseases, spinal cord disease, multiple sclerosis, sleep disorder, and nerve disorder. The Stroke Center was opened in 2007 to offer integrated effective treatment services to acute stroke patients who need early treatment.
The Department runs clinics such as the abnormal movement disorder clinic, Botox clinic, and a deep brain stimulation clinic to ease symptoms caused by Parkinson’s disease as well as a sleep disorder clinic to help patients overcome sleep problems. It also focuses on delivering lectures on health and publishing educational books in order to provide information for the healthy life of people and the study of fast-developing medical techniques, and does it best to improve the health of all citizens from all walks of life.
Take a look at the treatment of major diseases in your department.
It happens due to the narrowed airway, causing a drop in breathing capacity and hypoxia. Subsequent sleep fragmentation, hypoxia, and sleep architecture disturb the nervous system, leading to cardiovascular complications and a decline in cognitive functions