McMonigle Neurology Associates
Dr. McMonigle is board-certified and has completed fellowships in clinical neurology, child neurology, and neuromuscular disorders.
On-site state-of-the-art testing affords our patients convenient and comprehensive exams.
We work closely with most insurance providers to keep your treatments as affordable as possible.
We are sensitive to your needs and treat every patient and their family with the utmost respect and privacy.
Dr. McMonigle is a board-certified Neurologist serving Kings Park patients with compassionate care and help in successfully managing a range of neurological conditions. She serves as a Diplomat of the American Board of Neurology and is an active member of the American Academy of Neurology.
If you or a loved one in Kings Park has suffered one or more seizures and medical care has not provided any answers, schedule an appointment to determine what may have been the cause of the seizure.
These are a few examples of early warning signs of an oncoming seizure:
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Dr. McMonigle is the foremost authority near Kings Park on determining seizure causes and types that range in symptoms and severity.
Neurons or nerve cells in the brain create, send, and receive electrical impulses allowing the brain’s nerve cells to communicate. When a burst of uncontrolled electrical activity between brain cells disrupts communication pathways, the result may be temporary abnormalities in muscle tone or movements, changes in the level of consciousness, behavior, states of awareness, memory, or sensations.
Not everyone who has a seizure has epilepsy. Victims of a seizure must get an accurate diagnosis to help identify seizure causes or triggers that may be organic events (a physical cause) or psychogenic events (mental or emotional processes), such as:
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After a thorough review of your symptoms and medical history, we may order several tests to determine causation, the likelihood of another occurrence, and potential seizure treatment options.
These tests may include a neurological examination to test for mental function and motor abilities, a blood test to check for infection or genetic conditions, and a lumbar puncture to test for an infection in the cerebrospinal fluid.
We may also use the following tests to rule out physical causes of events, such as epilepsy:
The doctor will work with you to determine if lifestyle changes or medications may be appropriate or in combinations as a seizure treatment option that may work best for you.
Call McMonigle Neurology Associates for the best neurologist serving residents of Kings Park. 631-230-6644