For Brainy People
Diagnose, treat, and help prevent diseases and disorders of the nervous system.
Examine patients to obtain information about functional status of areas such as vision, physical strength, coordination, reflexes, sensations, language skills, cognitive abilities, and mental status.
Perform or interpret the outcomes of procedures or diagnostic test such as lumbar punctures or nerve conduction velocity test.
Requirements, Hours, and Wages
Doctorate or Ph.D
Diploma, 5 years exp., catheter trays, exam room and supplies, instrument stand, instrument trays, neurological multi-tools, pain evaluation algometers, penlights, sharps container, tuning fork, patient test results, etc.
2013 average per year-$190,000 to $290,000
Higher then $300,00 is only if in the field of neurology for at least 25-35 years (you should probably be good at it too).
Common Colleges and College Majors
University of California( San Fransisco, CA)
UCLA Medical Center( Los Angelos, CA)
John Hopkins Unniversity (Baltimore, MA)
Clinical Neurophysiology Residency Pro.
Neurology Residency Program
Child Neurology Residency Program
Cost for Education
Neurologist vs. Researcher
Neurologist vs. Surgeon
Neurologist vs. Other Neurologist
Ethics and Trends
The Materials doctors use
How the procedure is done
The doctor's hygiene
Electronic health records, new delivery models, academic medical centers, hospital affiliated practice.