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USUAL QUESTIONS
FROM OUR PATIENTS

If you have a question that is not listed below,
please call our office at (732) 515-6155

  • What will I need to bring with me to my first appointment?
  • Do I need a prescription?
  • Do you take insurance?
  • Where in Freehold are you located?
  • What does a Neurologist Treat?
  • What is a Neurological Examination Like?
  • What are the Signs of Stroke?
  • What is the Difference between Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease?
  • How do I Know if I have had a Concussion?
What will I need to bring with me to my first appointment?

Insurance card, photo ID, list of medications and completed new patient paperwork.

Do I need a prescription?

No, you do not need a prescription.

Do you take insurance?

Caring Neurology, LLC, is a provider for Medicare and most major insurance plans.  Should you have any questions or concerns regarding your insurance, please contact us to (732) 515-6155.  Any additional questions regarding your coverage and benefits should be directed towards your employer or insurance company.

Where in Freehold are you located?

77 Schanck Rd #B11
Freehold, NJ 07728

Located right by  iPlay America

What does a Neurologist Treat?

Neurologists treat disorders of the nervous system, brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles.

What is a Neurological Examination Like?

Your neurologist will review your patient health history, paying special attention to the condition that you are currently experiencing. Then you will have an examination, which typically tests your vision, strength, coordination, memory, reasoning and puzzle-solving abilities, reflexes and ability to feel physical objects, smell odors and hear sounds. The results of your test will help your neurologist determine if your problem stems from the brain or nervous system. You may need further tests to confirm a diagnosis or determine which treatment is best for you.

What are the Signs of Stroke?

When it comes to a stroke, the best way to determine whether someone is having one is to think F.A.S.T.

  • Face. Does the face look uneven? Ask the person to smile.
  • Arms. Does one arm drift down? Ask the person to raise both arms.
  • Speech. Does their speech sound strange? Ask the person to repeat a simple phrase.
  • Time. If you observe any of these signs, it is time to call 911.
What is the Difference between Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease?

The term dementia refers to a set of symptoms, not a specific disease. Alzheimer’s disease is a type of dementia that causes problems with memory, thinking and behavior; it is the most common form of dementia.

How do I Know if I have had a Concussion?

A concussion starts with a blow or injury to the head or a fall or other mishap that may cause your head to be shaken violently. Symptoms of a concussion include problems with thinking clearly and remembering, unusual changes in moods and emotions, alterations in sleep patterns and physical symptoms such as nausea and vomiting, headache, blurred vision, light and noise sensitivity and balance and dizziness problems.




CARING
NEUROLOGY

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77 Schanck Rd #B11
Freehold, NJ 07728

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