COMMON CONDITIONS SEEN AT
DR KERR'S CLINIC

Making an accurate diagnosis of acute and/or chronic neurological events relies on history taking, examination, and often diagnostic tests. Dr Kerr will often make an initial 'Differential' or 'Probable' diagnosis. For some patients further symptoms develop or further information comes to light in the months or years to come, which can affect the 'Final' diagnosis.

Here are some common conditions seen at the clinic

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STROKE AND TIA

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TRAPPED NERVES/ SPINAL PROBLEMS

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BRAIN HAEMORRHAGE

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FUNCTIONAL NEUROLOGICAL DISORDER

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DEMENTIA (VASCULAR/ ALZHEIMER'S)

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PARKINSON'S (VASCULAR/ IDIOPATHIC)

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MIGRAINE

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'SEIZURES' OF VARIOUS CAUSES

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FRAILTY/ DECLINE IN AN OLDER PERSON

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CEREBRAL AMYLOID ANGIOPATHY

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BRAIN TUMOURS (DIAGNOSIS ONLY)

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VERTIGO

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HYPERTENSION (HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE)

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ATRIAL FIBRILLATION (IRREGULAR HEART BEAT)

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HYPERLIPDAEMIA (HIGH CHOLESTEROL)

In certain circumstances, Dr Kerr will refer you to another specialist, if a particular diagnosis requires a subspecialist to guide/ deliver treatment in that area, eg Multiple Sclerosis