Mr. Mohammad Daaif MD
Neurologist | Neurology4301 W Markham St Little Rock AR, 72205
Dr. Mohammad Daaif practices Neuropathology in Little Rock, AR. Dr. Daaif studies, evaluates, diagnoses, and treats conditions that affect the nervous system. Neuropathologists are trained to fully understand and treat such conditions as Alzheimers disease and Parkinsons disease.
Psychiatry and NeurologyAmerican Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyABPN
Mr. Mohammad Daaif MD's Expert Contributions
Late onset Alzheimer's usually is not hereditary. Other factors play role too. READ MORE
It could be a nerve issue such as carpal tunnel syndrome. But also could be from abnormal calcium level. It would require neurological examination to be able to tell exactly what's going on. READ MORE
With therapy there can always be hope. READ MORE
Most times, it's a benign condition. If symptoms don't improve, you would benefit from visiting your local neurologist to make sure exam is normal. READ MORE
Depends on the type of injury. If it's from trauma, then that could have been associated with traumatic brain injury. Sometimes, the pain and change in lifestyle could affect the moods in a negative way. READ MORE
You could talk to your PCP and see if it's appropriate to use some diuretics. Elevate feet while sleeping and during the day might help minimize the swelling. READ MORE
It is common and indicates that diabetes need to be better controlled. Might need to check Vit B12 level too. READ MORE
It could be tension headache or migraine. You would benefit from neurological examination to make sure things are ok. READ MORE
Facial pain can happen in some people. Would recommend neurological evaluation to see if there's something going on or it's just benign facial pain. READ MORE
It can be normal, but need neurological evaluation to make sure exam is normal and type of convulsions happening are febrile ones. READ MORE
If her neurological exam is normal, then it's unlikely she's suffered a brain injury. READ MORE
Two weeks is not a long time. You can take pain killer from time to time. It would be best to have neurological evaluation and see if can be cure for your condition so you don't have to use pain killer that frequent. READ MORE
Can't tell for sure without performing a neurological examination. It can be either one. If it doesn't improve, then I would see a local neurolgist. READ MORE
I would suggest seeing a therapist that might help you guys with his condition. READ MORE
There are no specific tests, but performing neuropsychological evaluation could help. READ MORE
If these headaches and dizziness have been going on for a long time, then they very likely could be migraines. Probably a good neurolgist could help get rid of the condition. READ MORE
Dehydration is a big trigger for kidney stones. You can talk to your PCP and see if some labs are needed to rule out underlying conditions that could be causing your kidney stones. READ MORE
It's reported in some studies that loss of smell can be early signs of Alzheimer's. READ MORE
Might try sprite drink and avoid heavy meals before traveling. READ MORE
It's done to stabilize the spine to protect the spinal cord from being injured in case of significant degenerative disc disease. READ MORE
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