Asher Imam, DO, is fellowship-trained in clinical neurophysiology, providing comprehensive care for neuromuscular disorders, and other neurological conditions at Southlake Neurology & Neurophysiology Clinic in Southlake, Texas. Dr. Imam and the medical team use the latest diagnostic technologies to confirm your diagnosis. You can also expect a treatment plan tailored to your specific needs to ensure long-term control of your condition so that you can enjoy a higher quality of life. Schedule a clinical neurophysiology evaluation by calling Southlake Neurology & Neurophysiology Clinic today.
Clinical neurophysiology involves the assessment of the function of your central and peripheral nervous system and your musculoskeletal system to identify underlying neurological disorders.
Some of the common disorders the Southlake Neurology & Neurophysiology Clinic treats include:
The team is also highly skilled at diagnosing and treating amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.
At Southlake Neurology & Neurophysiology Clinic, the medical team uses cutting-edge diagnostic technologies to confirm your diagnosis.
Examples of the available neurodiagnostic tests include:
Dr. Imam has extensive fellowship training in clinical neurophysiology. He performs and interprets all test results himself to ensure diagnostic accuracy.
The staff at Southlake Neurology & Neurophysiology Clinic stay on top of the latest treatments for a variety of neurological conditions.
The medical team manages some neurological conditions with carefully supervised medication therapy and works closely with you to improve your overall quality of life with lifestyle and dietary changes. They may also recommend physical therapy to keep your muscles strong and flexible.
Dr. Imam has specialized training in Botox® injection therapy to ease symptoms of various neurological conditions, including muscle spasms from stroke, MS or other injury, and disorders such as; dystonia, blepharospasms, and Torticollis. Prescription Botox works by temporarily paralyzing the muscles involved in unwanted movements to help you find long-term relief of your symptoms.
To schedule a clinical neurophysiology consultation, call Southlake Neurology & Neurophysiology Clinic to schedule an appointment today.