Should you experience chronic headache, weakness, numbness, dizziness, or incoordination, you may need to visit our neurology clinic. If you suffer a stroke or seizures, or if you show signs of multiple sclerosis, dementia, or Parkinson’s disease, you may also want to talk to Dr. Joy Zhao, who is a board certified neurologist with over ten years' of clinical experience.
As you might know, neurology is a branch of medicine that deals with diagnosis and treatment of diseases in the nervous system, including the brain and spinal cord, peripheral nerves that supply arms and legs, cranial nerves, and muscles of the body. Our clinic offers a full spectrum of neurological care for adults, from consultation, to diagnostic testing and evaluation (EEG, EMG, and aEEG), and to treatment through neurological medication.
In addition, we have incorporated complementary medicines, such as acupuncture, into our practice. Acupuncture originated in ancient China over three thousand years ago, practitioners of many generations have been improving it, and the modality has gained world–wide acceptance. We view acupuncture as a much–needed complement to our conventional neurology practice and are proud to be among the few clinics in the nation offering an integrated solution to patient care. Click here to learn why the integrated approach is better.
Acupuncture has been used, alongside with the modern medicine, to treat neurological disorders at our clinic, under circumstances where the standard treatment alone has failed or been less optimal. It has also been applied to broader categories of medical conditions as well as to improvement of our patients' physical well–being and overall health. Good clinical results have been observed.
Here at Integrated Neurology Health Services, our top priorities are safety and quality in patient care. We have an experienced team of medical professionals and staff. It is our goal to create a comfortable healing environment for our patients. We also strive to provide the best integrated solution and exceed expectations of patients and their families.