- the field of veterinary medicine, which studies the diseases of the nervous system - the most complex and most important in the body, because All its functions are somehow controlled by the vegetative
or somatic nervous system.

Neurological symptoms (cramps, paralysis, paresis, syncope, impaired consciousness) can be manifested by systemic diseases of internal organs, some orthopedic problems and metabolic disorders.

Some behavioral problems (aggression, compulsive behavior, self-regulation) in turn, on the contrary, may have primary neurological causes.

Your animal needs consultation of a qualified neurologist if it has:

  • Convulsions (seizures of epilepsy)
  • Tics, fainting
  • Paralysis
  • Impaired coordination of movements
  • Head tilt
  • Maneuvers
  • Forced posture (head restraint, stiffness of movements)
  • Impairment of consciousness, oppression, sopor, coma
  • Behavior change
  • Tenderness in flexion-extension of the neck
  • Craniocerebral trauma

The vast majority of neurological pathologies have a good prognosis only with the earliest possible treatment, a significant number of diseases of this profile require constant lifelong observation with periodic visits to the attending physician.

To register for an appointment with a veterinary neurologist, you can call 048 702 98 20, 067 920 96 87