Why Cocheco Neurology?

Our goal is to provide compassionate and highest possible quality care in the prevention, treatment, and rehabilitation of neurological disorders, leading to excellent outcomes and best patient satisfaction. Each patient's comfort is our main concern.

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Cocheco Neurology offers treatment and management care for many neurological conditions, including headaches/migraines, epilepsy, Alzheimer's, Neuromuscular disorders, Movement disorders, and Multiple Sclerosis. -Learn More
EMG is most often used when people have symptoms of weakness, and examination shows impaired muscle strength. It can help to tell the difference between muscle weakness caused by injury of a nerve attached to a muscle and weakness due to neurologic disorders. -Learn More
An EEG is used to look at your brain activity. It can be used to diagnose or monitor many health conditions, including seizures, brain infections, tumors, head injury, neurodegenerative disorders, and confusion. -Learn More
The best candidates for greater occipital nerve block are those patients with one-sided head pain that occurs predominately at the back of the head. Patients with the "nerve-like" shooting, zapping, stinging, or burning pain of occipital neuralgia generally respond best. We have also had some degree of temporary success for patients with migraines, cluster headaches, and a variety of other painful conditions, particularly when the scalp becomes tender, indicating that the nerve is inflamed.
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The best candidates for greater occipital nerve block are those patients with one-sided head pain that occurs predominately at the back of the head. Patients with the "nerve-like" shooting, zapping, stinging, or burning pain of occipital neuralgia generally respond best. -Learn More
Greater trochanteric bursitis is the inflammation of the sac that lies over the outside part of your thigh bone (femur), where it joins the hip. You may notice a dull ache or stiffness in the area of your hip, pain with movement, or pressure over that area. If conservative treatment of rest, ice, and non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs is not effective, an injection of a corticosteroid drug into the bursa to help relieve inflammation, after which relief is generally obtained within one to two weeks. -Learn More

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