Perspectives for Better Neurological Care

Dr. Adams
Dr. C. Robert Adams
Board Certified Neurologist
109 N. 15th St., Ste 14, Norfolk Ne. 68701 Phone: 402-371-0226
3900 Dakota Ave, South Sioux City, Ne. 68776 Toll Free: 888-516-2398
Brodstone Memorial Hospital, 520 E. 10th, Superior, Ne. 68978

Acoustic Neuroma Labrinthine Dizziness
Adult Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Lateral Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
Alzheimer's Disease Leg Swelling
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Legal-Meidcal (Medical-Legal Consultation)
Aneimia Lumbosacral Back Strain
Aneurysm Lumbosacral Radiculopathy
Anoxic Brain Damage Lumbosacral Stenosis
Anxiety Disorder Lupus (Malignant and Benigh)
Aqueductal Stenosis Memory Disturbance
Arnold-Cliari Syndrome or Malformation Meningitis
Arteriosclerotic Dementia Mental Functioning
Arteriosclerotic Malformation (Brain) Mental Retardation
Arteriosclerotic Malformation (Spinal Cord) Metastic Disease
Arthritis Migraine (Intractable and Non-Intractable Types)
Asthma with COPD Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
Astrocytomas Mixed-Type Headaches (With or Without Migraines
Ataxia Monoarthritis
Atrial Fibrillation Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
Attention Deficit Disorder Motor Neuron Disease (ALS)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
Autism Motor vehicle accident
B12 Deficiency Movement disorders
Basilar artery syndrome Multiple sclerosis
Bell’s palsy (facial paralysis Multiple system atrophy
Benign essential tremor (familial) Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
Bipolar illness (manic-depressive) Muscular dystrophy
Blackouts Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
Brachial plexopathy Mild Cognitive Impairment (MCI)
Brain aneurysm Myasthenia gravis
Brain tumors (including meningiomas, gliomas, and metastases) Myoclonus
Carotid artery dissection Myopathy
Carotid artery stenosis Myositis
Carotid cavernous fistula Narcolepsy
Carpal tunnel syndrome Neck pain
Cataplexy (with narcolepsy) Neuralgia (neuritis)
Cavernous angioma (cerebral or spinal) Neurofibromatosis I and II
Cerebral aneurysm, nonruptured Neuropathy (diabetic)
Cerebral edema Neuropathy (B12 or vitamin deficiency)
Cerebral palsy Neuropathy (chemotherapy)
Cerebral vasculitis Normal pressure hydrocephalus
Cerebrospinal fluid leak Obsessive-compulsive disorder
Cervical myelitis or myelopathy Obesity
Cervical radiculopathy Oligodendroglioma
Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease Olivopontocerebellar atrophy
Chest pain Oppositional defiant disorder
Chiari I and Chiari II malformations Optic nerve glioma
Chronic pain management Optic neuropathy
Chronic sinus infections (resistant) Orbital arteriovenous malformation
COPD (with bronchitis and esophagitis) Orbital tumors
Cognitive decline syndrome Osteomyelitis
Colloid cysts Osteoporosis Pain (acute and chronic)
Complex regional pain syndrome (causalgia) Paralysis
Concussion Parkinson’s disease
Congestive heart failure Pediatric brain tumors
Constipation Pediatric epilepsy
Conversion disorder (hysteria) Pediatric head and spine trauma
Convulsions (febrile) Pediatric hydrocephalus
Convulsions (with fainting) Peptic acid disease
Convulsions (epilepsy) Peripheral nerve disorder
Craniosynostosis Peripheral neuropathy
Deep vein thrombosis Peripheral vascular disease
Dementia (from strokes and other causes) Pituitary tumors
Demyelinating neuropathy Poisoning (e.g. carbon monoxide)
Depression (primary) Polyarthritis
Depression (secondary to other conditions) Postconcussion syndrome
Dermatomyositis Pseudo depression
Diabetes (type 2 and type 1) Pseudotumor cerebri
Disk herniations and bulges Psychosis
Diskitis Quadriplegia
Dizziness Radiation injury (to the brain and nerves)
Double vision Raynaud’s phenomenon
Drop attacks Reflux esophagitis
Drug side effects Restless leg syndrome
Dyskinesia (oral and facial) Rheumatoid arthritis
Dystonia Rhinitis, chronic
Emotional lability Rotator cuff dysfunction
Encephalitis Schizophrenia
Encephalopathy (acute) Schwannoma
Encephalopathy (chronic) Scoliosis
Epidural bleed (traumatic) Seizure disorder (epilepsy)
Epilepsy (convulsive and nonconvulsive) Shingles (herpes zoster)
Epilepsy (intractable) Sinusitis, chronic
Eustachian tube drainage dysfunction(otitic medial pressure) Sleep apnea
Facial palsy (Bell’s palsy) Spasmodic torticollis (wryneck)
Fibromuscular dysplasia Spasticity
Fibromyalgia Spinal arteriovenous malformation
Frontal lobe syndrome Spinal cord dysraphism
Gait disturbance Spinal cord injuries
Gliomas (including optic nerve) Spinal cord tumors
Glomus tumors and carotid body tumors Spinal deformities
Glossopharyngeal neuralgia Spinal trauma
Gout Stroke with cerebral embolism
Growth failure Stroke with cerebral hemorrhage
Guillain-Barré syndrome Stroke with cerebral ischemia
Head trauma Stroke with cerebral thrombosis
Headache Subarachnoid hemorrhage
Hearing loss Subclavian steal syndrome
Hematoma Syncope
Hematoma subdural (traumatic) Swallowing disorders
Hemifacial spasm Tardive dyskinesia
Hemiparesis (dominant and nondominant) Temporal arteritis
Hemorrhage (subarachnoid) Tendinitis
Herpes zoster (shingles) Testosterone deficiency
Huntington’s chorea disease Tethered cord syndrome
Hydrocephalus (from cysts or tumors) Tics
Hypercholesteremia (hyperlipidemia) Tinnitus
Hyperreflexia Tobacco addiction
Hypersomnia with sleep apnea Torticollis (wryneck)
Hypertension Tourette’s syndrome
Hypotension (orthostatic) Transient global amnesia
Hypothyroidism Transient ischemic attack
Infections of nervous system Trigeminal neuralgia
Inherited diseases Trigger finger
Insomnia Tuberculosis
Intracerebral hemorrhage Ulnar neuropathy
Intracranial cerebral artery stenosis Upper respiratory infection
Intracranial hypertension Urinary tract infection
Iron deficiency (with or without anemia) Urticaria
Vasovagal spells
Venous sinus thrombosis
Vertebral artery dissection
Vertebral artery stenosis
Vertebral body compression fracture
Vertebrobasilar insufficiency
Visual loss or blurring
Whiplash (cervical neck trauma)
Vitamin deficiencies
Wilson’s disease
Worker’s Compensation injuries

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