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    Neurologists in Wilmette


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    Business Listing   A Center for Oriental Medicene - Wilmette, IL - Phone: (847) 251-5225


    Business Listing   Allen Neil MD - Wilmette, IL - Phone: (847) 251-1800


    Business Listing   Jennifer Dc - Wilmette, IL - Phone: (847) 251-6766


    Business Listing   Westlake Chiropractic Healthcare Center - Wilmette, IL - Phone: (847) 920-1822


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    Helpful Definition for: Neurologists


    Medical professionals, in Wilmette, who treat disorders of the nervous system are known as neurologists. Neurologists specialize in neurology, the study of nervous system, which comprises of the brain, spinal cord, muscles and nerves. Neurologists treat patients with neurological disorders and prescribe relevant medicines for their recovery; they refer them to neurosurgeons in case of surgical procedures.

    Neurologists in Wilmette, often carry out treatments through images taken from CAT scans and MRI. There are many pediatric neurologists in Wilmette who specialize in treating children suffering from neurological disorders. Neurologists are either attached with hospitals and medical centers in Wilmette, or they have their own private practice.

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