A Neurologist’s training includes an undergraduate degree, four years of medical school, a one year internship
and at least 3 years of specialty training in neurology. Many neurologists also have additional training in other areas or sub-specialties of neurology. For instance Doctor Khesin has a special interest in neuromuscular disease, EMG testing, Doppler’s and stroke and is the co-director of the Stroke Program at Newton Medical Center. Dr. Khesin & Dr. Tishuk are well trained in all aspects of neurology they treat all illnesses described below.
Neurologists are principal care providers, consultants to other doctors or both. When a person has a neurological disorder that requires frequent care, a neurologist is
the principal care provider.People with disorders, such as
Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, Multiple Sclerosis and Epilepsy may use a neurologist as their principal care doctor. Each patient, however, has to have a primary care doctor for other illnesses such as the flu or high blood pressure, etc.
In a consulting role, a neurologist will diagnose and treat a neurological disorder and then advise the primary care doctor managing your overall health care. After the
neurologist diagnoses and treats your illness you will be followed by your primary care physician or any other physician you have been referred to for your further care. Your Neurologist is always there if things worsen or you want another visit.
Neurologists can recommend surgical treatment, but, they do not perform surgery.When treatment includes surgery, neurologists may monitor the patients and supervise their continuing treatment.Neurosurgeons are medical doctors who specialize in performing surgical treatments of the brain and nervous system.
MONDAY TO FRIDAY 8:30 AM-4:30 PM
NEUROLOGIC ARTS ASSOCIATED,LLC
YEVGENIY I. KHESIN, M.D.
PAVEL P. TISHUK, M.D.
183 HIGH STREET,
NEWTON, NJ 07860
104 BENNETT AVE.
MILFORD, PA 18837