Neurology

Brain & Nervous System

The Neurology Department at Little River Healthcare returns functionality to the every day of those suffering from neurological disorders like palsy, multiple sclerosis, dementia, and epilepsy.
We are here to help.
If you’re experiencing symptoms of a neurological disorder, click the green “Schedule Now” button to book an appointment online with our fantastic neurologist in Georgetown, Rockdale, Temple or Austin. Or browse the links on the left to learn more about our team, what we do, and how we do it.
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Our Neurology team treats patients for the following Neurological Disorders at any of our local Central Texas offices:
• ALS
• Arteriovenous Malformation
• Brain Aneurysm
• Brain Tumors
• Dementia
• Dural Arteriovenous Fistulae
• Encephalitis
• Epilepsy
• Constant Headaches
• Memory Disorders
• Meningitis
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Parkinson’s Disease
• Post-Herpetic Neuralgia
• Spinal Cord Tumor
• Stroke
• Subarachnoid Hemorrhage
• Subdural Hematoma
• Extradural Hemorrhage
• Epidural Abcess
• Polio
• Bell’s palsy
• Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
• Neuralgia
• Alzheimer’s Disease

 
 

If you suffer from any combination of these symptoms of neurological disorders, click here to book an appointment with Dr. Obih now.
☐ Muscle Weakness
☐ Loss of Sensation
☐ Difficulty Reading
☐ Poor Cognitive Abilities
☐ Unexplained Pain
☐ Any Degree of Paralysis
☐ Difficulty Writing
☐ Jerks or Twitches
☐ Poor Memory
☐ Changes in Vision
☐ Slurred Speech
☐ Difficulty Walking
☐ Seizures
☐ Dizziness
☐ Headaches
☐ Low Mood
☐ Health Anxiety
☐ Dissociation

By practicing the following actions, you may be able to prevent some Neurological disorders.
• Frequent Exercise
• Stop Tobacco Use
• Practice Good Hygiene
• Avoid Copper/Iron Vitamins
• Regular Doctor Screenings
• Eat a Healthy, Low-Fat Diet
• Always Get Vaccinated
• Control Blood Pressure

Diseases and conditions affecting the nervous system are usually caused by infectious disease, traumatic injury, genetics, or other diseases and illnesses. The following factors may create a high risk of neurological damage or the development of problematic conditions:
• High Blood Pressure
• Smoking
• Diabetes
• Artery Disease
• Illegal Drug Use
• Stress
• Obesity
• Age over 55
• Genetic Predisposition
• History of Stroke
• Epstein-Barr Virus
• Thyroid Disease
• Head Trauma
• Poor Diet
• Skipping Vaccinations
• Poor Immune System