For selective, non-urgent neurological evaluations, Dr. Ourmazdi will do remote consultation and follow-ups. Most insurances cover remote consultations as if they are in person/direct consultations, so there will be no change in your insurance coverage. For patients out of network or without insurance, we have a set fee charge at Medicare rates and there are no hidden costs or membership fees.
To schedule a telehealth visit with Dr. Ourmazdi, call us or contact us via email, describe your symptoms, and based on the appropriateness of consult and availability, we will schedule your appointment ASAP. At times we schedule patients after our normal office hours and or weekends if necessary, in order to provide better care to patients, as needed.
(These rates are subject to change, will notify you ahead of time)
Our treatment approach uses a comprehensive plan to address both the cognitive symptoms of Dementia and the patient's long-term well-being. Treatment other than standard care is also considered and revolves around management of behavioral, psychological symptoms, and lifestyle modifications. We also offer support for caregivers and family members.
We assess each patient's risk factors for stroke, with the aim of care and recommendations that aid in stroke prevention and we provide post-stroke care for patients recovering from stroke or TIA in a clinic setting. Our assessment may include consideration of the risk factors and diagnosing, followed by treatment as indicated. We seek assistance for post stroke recovery, which may include recommending physical, occupational and speech therapy. Medical treatment is based on evidence - based medication, as well as holistic approaches such as diet and lifestyle modifications. We refer patients for mental health, and psychological counselling as needed.
Our treatment for peripheral neuropathy primarily focuses on managing the underlying condition causing the neuropathy and alleviating symptoms. This could involve medication for pain relief, physical therapy, and lifestyle changes such as dietary modifications and exercise.
Epilepsy is a chronic disease that causes seizures throughout one’s life. Epilepsy treatment at our center is highly personalized and involves a combination of medications, lifestyle adjustments, and sometimes surgical interventions, depending on the severity of the condition. We aim to reduce the frequency and intensity of seizures while minimizing side effects to ensure a good quality of life.
Our treatment for Parkinson's disease aims to control symptoms and improve quality of life. We offer a personalized combination of medications, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and in some cases, surgical interventions like deep brain stimulation.
Symptoms of migraines include nausea, sensitivity to light and sound, balance problems, and dizziness. In some cases, vision, weakness, and body sensation changes can occur before or during headaches. Therefore, our treatment approach for migraines involves both preventive measures and acute symptom management. This could include lifestyle changes, stress management techniques, medications to prevent or reduce the severity of migraines, and interventions to manage acute migraine attacks.
We offer a wide range of treatment options for sleep disorders, depending on the specific disorder and its severity. These may include cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia, the use of medical devices or surgery for sleep apnea, and medications for conditions like narcolepsy.
Neurologic Complications from Cancer Treatments and Brain Tumors
We work closely with oncologists to manage neurologic complications from cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy. Through this collaboration, we develop specific treatment plans to address neurological complications.
Our Diagnostic Services include a wide range of tests such as electroencephalogram (EEG), electromyogram and nerve conduction studies, and home sleep studies. In addition, based on individual patient requirements, we offer referral services for other tests such as MRI, CT scans, and PET scans, along with laboratory and genetic testing.
An EEG is a non-invasive, painless test used to measure and record the electrical activity in your brain. It's primarily used to diagnose and monitor conditions such as epilepsy, sleep disorders, or to evaluate brain activity after a head injury.
Electromyogram and Nerve Conduction Studies
An electromyogram (EMG) measures the electrical activity of muscles at rest and during contraction. Nerve conduction studies measure how well and how fast the nerves can send electrical signals. These tests are used together to detect conditions affecting muscles and nerves, such as peripheral neuropathy or muscular dystrophy.
Referral Services for MRI, CT scans, and PET scans
These imaging services provide detailed images of structures within the body. MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) uses a magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of organs and tissues. CT (Computed Tomography) scan takes a series of X-ray images from different angles to produce cross-sectional images. PET (Positron Emission Tomography) scans use a radioactive substance to highlight areas of concern in detailed 3D images. These scans help diagnose conditions such as brain tumors, stroke, and other neurological disorders.
Home Sleep Studies
A home sleep study is a test taken in the comfort of your own home that records your activity during sleep. It's primarily used to diagnose sleep apnea and other sleep disorders, offering a more natural and less intrusive alternative to in-clinic sleep studies.