Questions?

F.A.Q.

Read some FAQ’s about neurological care, our doctors, and what you can expect when you visit our practice.

Do you have questions about our care? Check out the list of frequently asked question below. You can also contact us for more information.

When you come in for your first appointment, you should bring a copy of your ID and insurance policy, as well as a list of current medications. Like many patients, you may already have seen another health care provider about your condition. If possible, bring a copy of all diagnoses, images, and prescriptions. Be prepared to discuss your symptoms in detail with one of our doctors.

The exact duration of your visit will depend on the tests and treatments that you may require. We work hard to provide efficient care. At the same time, we want you to feel fully comfortable about your treatment. We will never rush you, and we are ready to answer all of your questions. Our doctors will also take the time to provide an accurate diagnosis and effective procedures.

Our doctors are highly experienced, and they have been educated at some of the finest medical institutions in the area. In addition, each of our practitioners is a board certified neurologist and neurophysiologist.

We understand the emotional stress of caring for an aging parent. The strain can be especially severe if your mom or dad has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s, a stroke, or some other serious disease. At neuroCare NY, we offer compassionate, personalized service to our patients and their families. We can also refer you to area caregivers, physical and occupational therapists, and speech pathologists.

Your recovery time will depend on your condition and the severity of your symptoms. For example, a single trigger point injection can dramatically ease muscle tension in just a few days. Other conditions, such as Parkinson’s disease or MS, have no cure. Nevertheless, our ongoing care can minimize symptoms, slow the advancement of the disease, and improve your quality of life.