Your Trusted Neurologist in Dallas, Tx
Servicing Murphy, Plano, Frisco, & Dallas, Tx and surrounding areas
Superior Neurology’s staff of registered neurophysiology technologists have over 30 years of experience in the field of electro-neuro diagnostics. Visit our neurology clinic in Murphy, Tx today for a comprehensive treatment program.
The Team Behind Our Murphy Neurology Center
Our staff is full of highly trained individuals who are passionate about helping our patients succeed with proper neurology care and educating them every step of the way. We take pride in our state-of-the-art neurological care for our patients across Murphy, Plano, Frisco, and Dallas. Our neurology clinic is the highest rated in Murphy and houses one of the top neurologists in Murphy, Texas.
Dr. Alshareef is your experienced Murphy Neurologist
Superior Neurology is Your Neurology Clinic -Servicing Murphy, Plano, Frisco & Dallas, Tx
Superior Neurology is headed by Dr. Bashar Alshareef. Dr. Alshareef graduated medical school in 2003 ranking first in his class with subsequent training at two of the most reputable tertiary medical centers in the US.
He has had Dual Board Certification in both Internal Medicine and Neurology. In 2005, Dr. Alshareef Joined the world-renowned Mt. Sinai School of Medicine – NYU, where he completed his Internal Medicine training. For the next 4 years, Dr. Alshareef worked as an inpatient hospitalist in multiple neighboring hospitals. In 2011, Dr. Alshareef Joined the prestigious Cleveland Clinic – Ohio, where he completed his Neurology training with additional training in epilepsy, and pain management. Now he serves patients all across the DFW area from his neurology clinic located in Murphy, Tx.
What Makes Our Murphy Neurology Clinic Different
Quality Neurology Care For Adults & Children in Dallas, Tx
Enjoy a healthier lifestyle with the effective neurology treatments from Bashar Alshareef, MD, Neurology Center for Adults and Children in Murphy, Texas.
For years, our goal has been to ensure the complete satisfaction of every patient while offering knowledgeable and friendly service.
We Provide Quality Neurology Services across Dallas - Fort Worth including:
Comprehensive Neurological Services in Murphy, Plano & Frisco, Tx
We focus on delivering comprehensive neurology care to our patients. We look at external and internal characteristics that might be having an effect on your nervous system. Since the start of SUPERIOR NEUROLOGY, we have focused on providing top-tier neurology services to the Murphy & Plano, Tx area. Our physician is board-certified and is a respected leader in the field of Neurology. We provide our clients with modern diagnostic services, cutting-edge technology, and treatment programs that are tailored just for you.
A neurologist is a highly trained cognitive and diagnostic specialist of the nervous system comprising of both the central and peripheral nervous system i.e., brain, spinal cord, and peripheral nerves. He is a specialist medical doctor trained for the conditions like neuro-genetics and developmental problems and can treat neurological disorders. Thousands of neurological diseases demand neurologist’s management and treatment some being so common that people take them casually like migraines and uncontrolled headaches etc.
Headaches are something we all experience. We can feel them stretching into our sinuses, across the top of our head, down through the muscles of the head, neck, and shoulders or along the base of the skull and brain. They can be caused by many conditions from a sinus infection to a throbbing toothache from a visit to the dentist.
Symptoms of more serious headaches, including migraines, may be vomiting, a headache that becomes more severe or is continuous, a headache that comes on suddenly or pain that is worsened by strain, a headache that starts early in the morning, changes in vision, or even seizures.
If your headache symptoms are severe enough, your primary care doctor may refer you to a neurologist.
2. Chronic pain
Chronic pain is pain that lasts for months or even years. This pain can be the result of illness or injury, but when it lasts longer than the usual recovery time, it can become a symptom of a different problem.
When this pain is not something your primary care physician can help you manage, you may choose to see a neurologist, especially if you have other symptoms along with the pain like weakness, numbness, or problems with bladder or bowel control.
Dizziness can come in different varieties. Neurologists treat dizziness that is a symptom of vertigo or disequilibrium. Vertigo makes you feel as if you or the things around you are spinning; disequilibrium is difficulty keeping your balance.
Your primary care doctor can help you decide if your dizziness is severe enough to see a neurologist.
4. Numbness or tingling
Numbness or tingling can happen for many different reasons, some as simple as sitting in a way that cuts off your blood circulation or having not eaten. However, if this numbness continues, comes on suddenly, or only happens on one side of the body, it may be time to see a neurologist.
Numbness or tingling symptoms like those described can also be signs of a stroke, in which case you need to get help very quickly. While your primary care doctor can help you evaluate these symptoms, if you think you are having a stroke, get immediate medical help.
Feelings of weakness that you should see a doctor for are different than tiredness or muscle aches after a long hike or lifting too many weights. You should consult your provider if you experience muscle weakness that impacts your daily activities or a rapid decline in muscle strength, especially in your arms and legs. It could be caused by a more serious condition or disease of your nervous system, such as stroke.
6. Movement problems
Problems moving, like difficulty walking, being clumsy, unintentional jerks or movements, tremors, or others, can be symptoms of a problem in your nervous system. You may want to see a neurologist if these movement problems interrupt your daily life, though something like a tremor can be a side effect of medication or anxiety. However, if your tremors also affect your daily activities, you may want to see a neurologist.
Seizures can be almost unnoticeable or very extreme. Symptoms of seizures can range from staring to loss of consciousness, jerking movements of the arms and legs, breathing problems, confusion, or loss of consciousness.
While some seizures could be caused by low blood sugar or withdrawals from addictive substances, you should consult your provider for seizures that seem sudden or without any obvious cause. Your primary care doctor can help you determine how serious your seizure is and if you should see a neurologist.
8. Vision problems
Difficulty seeing can be caused by aging or by the nervous system. If the difficulty is sudden and happens in both eyes, you may want to have your vision evaluated. Either an eye doctor or your primary care doctor can advise you on whether you should see a neurologist about your vision problem.
9. Memory problems or confusion
Problems speaking, extreme problems with memory, changes in personality, or confusion are all symptoms that could be caused by disorders or problems in the brain, spine, and nerves. Some of the symptoms may be due to learning disabilities or they may be caused by a disease like Alzheimer’s.
Your primary care doctor can help you examine your symptoms and decide if you need to see a neurologist.
10. Sleep problems
While we know many obvious causes of sleep problems, going to bed too late, having a condition like sleep apnea or anxiety, nightmares, or others, some sleep problems are neurological disorders. An example of this is narcolepsy, which is a chronic, genetic disorder with no known cause that affects the body’s central nervous system.
Many of these symptoms could be part of a disorder that is not neurological. Your primary care doctor is your greatest resource in helping you decide if you should see a neurologist. However, if your symptoms are severe enough or you are still not confident in your primary care doctor’s recommendations, you may need to make an appointment with a neurologist.
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On your first appointment at a SUPERIOR NEUROLOGY, they will perform a physical exam and a neurological exam. The neurological exam will test several things such as muscle strength, reflexes, and coordination. From here depending on the severity of the case, the neurologist may need further testing to make correct diagnosis.
Yes, our office is located in Murphy, Tx which is conveniently located near Plano, Richardson, Frisco Garland, and Dallas, Tx. We welcome patients from all across the Dallas metroplex.