Possessing expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the peripheral, autonomic, and central nervous systems and related muscles, the physicians at Indiana Neurology Specialty Care serve a wide range of patients at locations in Indianapolis and Lafayette. Individuals with dizziness, muscle weakness, tremors or twitches, numbness or tingling, headaches, and a number of other symptoms visit Indiana Neurology Specialty Care for diagnosis and relief. Others may experience sudden vision impairment, slurred speech, memory loss, unsteadiness, sleep difficulties, or head trauma. Additionally, individuals diagnosed with certain conditions, including multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis, epilepsy, vertigo, and stroke seek counsel and treatment at Indiana Neurology Specialty Care.Testing and treatments at Indiana Neurology Specialty Care include several types of injections. Indiana Neurology Specialty Care offers Botox therapy, which blocks nerve pulses to prevent muscles from contracting or otherwise overreacting. The ancient practice of acupuncture utilizes long, fine needles strategically placed in one area to create a loss of sensation in another location. Acupuncture has even succeeded as an analgesia or anesthesia. The skilled physicians at Indiana Neurology Specialty Care also perform epidurals to numb specific areas, lumbar injections to collect spinal fluid, and injection therapy/trigger-point injections for medicinal or nutritional purposes or to treat painful muscles.Utilizing a holistic approach, Indiana Neurology Specialty Care administers the neurobehavioral status exam, which screens patients to assess behavior, judgment, memory, attention and concentration, and speech capabilities. The test also measures reading and writing skills, calculation abilities, orientation, and facility in recalling personal information. For patients affected by seizures, Indiana Neurology Specialty Care implants vagus-nerve stimulators under the skin, which can reduce the amount and/or intensity of seizures without the side effects of anti-epileptic medications.The physicians of Indiana Neurology Specialty Care include Dr. Albert C. Lee, who maintains board certification in neurology and internal medicine. He undergoes continuous training to remain current with cutting-edge treatments in his field. As members of the American Academy of Neurology, the physicians also focus on providing the most professional and compassionate service to maximize the health potential of patients at Indiana Neurology Specialty Care.