Neurological Department

Vorontsov M. Mikhailovich, MD. Acting head of The Department of Neurology:

The department’s goal is to provide highly qualified medical care to neurological patients.

Our neurologists have extensive experience and represent the leading neurological schools of the country. There is a variety of specializations within the department – neurologists, manual therapists, reflexotherapists and psychotherapists combine their expertise to properly diagnose the widest range of neurological diseases.

We are constantly updating our medical equipment and introducing the new diagnostic techniques for neuroimaging  (diffusion-weighted MRI, perfusion-weighted MRI, dynamic volume CT) in order to create a profile of neurological disorders, conduct brain function assessments and identify brain pathologies.


• diagnosis and complex treatment of all types of spinal osteochondrosis disorders and other spondylogenic pain syndromes
• diagnosis and complex treatment of chronic forms of cerebrovascular insufficiency - dyscirculatory encephalopathy;
• early detection and treatment of cervical vertigo;
• diagnosis and treatment of patients with autonomic nervous system disorders - vegetative dystonia, panic attacks;
• treatment of patients with metabolic syndrome, diabetes - polyneuropathy of various etiologies;
• diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s disease and other extrapyramidal disorders;
• prevention and treatment of the consequences of acute disorders of cerebral circulation;
• diagnosis and treatment of Asthenic syndrome. 

Symptoms that suggest you should go see the Neurologist:

• headaches
• dizziness
• tinnitus
• memory loss
• gait and balance problems
• neck pain, upper and lower back pain, numbness of the limbs
• limb weakness

• extreme fatigue and exhaustion, insomnia, meteoropathy, mood swings, appetite changes
• palpitations, blood pressure fluctuations, fear, anxiety, shortness of breath, subway phobia
• facial asymmetry
• slowness of movement
• essential tremor
• loss of consciousness