NGPG’s board certified neurologists and advanced practice providers provide high quality and specialized care for a wide range of neurological conditions.
Neurologists diagnose and treat disorders of the nervous system, including the brain, spine and nerves. Learn more.
Conditions We Treat
We offer treatment for a wide range of neurological conditions including, but not limited to:
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, is a nervous system disease that weakens muscles and impairs physical function. Learn more.
Dementia refers to a group of conditions characterized by memory loss and impaired daily functioning. One of the most common of these conditions is Alzheimer’s disease. Learn more.
Bell’s palsy is a sudden episode of facial paralysis, typically occurring on one side of the face. Bell’s palsy itself is not generally treated directly, but your doctor may recommend steps to alleviate symptoms during the time it takes to resolve. Learn more.
Epilepsy is a nervous system disorder commonly known to cause seizures. NGPG offers a variety of treatment options to manage epileptic symptoms, including therapy, medication, and neurosurgery. Learn more.
Essential tremor (ET) is a progressive neurological condition that causes a rhythmic trembling of the hands, head, or voice. Learn more.
Guillain-Barré syndrome is a condition in which the immune system attacks the peripheral nerves. Potential treatment options include blood transfusions and physical therapy. Learn more.
Unlike some other neurological disorders, Huntington’s disease has a strong genetic component, which can help you understand and manage your symptoms sooner. Learn more.
Migraine headaches are recurring, moderate-to-severely painful headaches that are typically felt on only one side of the head and worsen with physical activity. They are very common and can be alleviated with medication. Learn more.
Movement disorders are conditions that cause abnormal increased movements either voluntarily or involuntarily. Common movement disorders include essential tremor, dystonia, and Parkinson’s disease. Learn more.
Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a disease in which the immune system eats away at the protective covering of nerves. MS can cause vision loss, pain, fatigue, and impaired coordination, though symptoms and their severity vary from person to person. Learn more.
Myasthenia gravis is a chronic autoimmune disorder that affects the voluntary movement of muscles that control the eyes, mouth, throat, and limbs. Learn more.
Sleep disorders disrupt regular sleep patterns and can negatively impact your physical health, mental health, relationships, school, and work. Common sleep disorders include insomnia, narcolepsy, and sleep apnea. Learn more.
Trigeminal neuralgia is a chronic pain condition characterized by episodes of severe pain on one side of the face, or less frequently, by continuous, aching facial pain. Treatment may include medication or surgical intervention. Learn more.
Vertigo refers to a spinning sensation that occurs from moving your head too quickly. Though not a condition itself, vertigo may be a symptom of an underlying disease or the side effect of your medication. Learn more.
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