At Optimum Neurology, we want our patients to live their best, most complete lives. We realize that neurological conditions can be incredibly disabling and want to help.
If you have been recently diagnosed with a neurological condition, are looking for a fresh take on your disease and its treatment, or have noticed new or worsening symptoms, contact David S. Tabby, D.O., at Optimum Neurology for a consultation.
Conditions we treat
There are, however, four distinct types of Multiple Sclerosis, which have different progressions. When a patient is diagnosed with MS, however, they will generally be diagnosed with one of three specific types of MS (RRMS, SPMS, and PPMS). Which type a person has can shift over the course of their disease.
Although there is no cure for multiple sclerosis, many new treatments have been developed in the last two to three decades. As such, patients with MS live longer and less disabled lives than they used to. As your MS specialist, David S. Tabby, D.O., will work with you to find the best treatment for your life and the course of your disease.
Significant advances in treatment occurred in the 1990s when triptans that can relieve acute migraine attacks became available. Although there is no conclusive answer as to what causes migraines yet, many sufferers are better able to control and mitigate the symptoms of their migraines than at any point in history.
There are two primary methods of treating a migraine; Acute and FDA Approved Medications and Lifestyle Changes. Acute medications are used to break a migraine when it begins and eliminate the pain. While making lifestyle changes that mitigate the migraine risks and reduce the overall number of headaches a person has.
Modern technologies mean that there are now many treatments for conditions like multiple sclerosis, chronic migraine, and other neurologic diseases. These advances have allowed doctors like Dr. David Tabby to help his patients live longer, healthier lives with fewer disabling side effects from common neurologic conditions.
Neurology and neuroscience have made dramatic gains in the past thirty years. Once the Internet was a reality, and doctors and researchers could share information in just minutes instead of days or weeks, the ability to collaborate on solutions for conditions like a chronic migraine and MS advanced causes.
Chronic Inflammatory Demyelinating Polyneuropathy (CIDP)
Chronic inflammatory demyelinating polyneuropathy (CIDP) is a neurological disorder characterized by progressive weakness and impaired sensory function in the legs and arms. The disorder, which is sometimes called chronic relapsing polyneuropathy, is caused by damage to the myelin sheath (the fatty covering that wraps around and protects nerve fibers) of the peripheral nerves. Although it can occur at any age and in both genders, CIDP is more common in young adults, and in men more so than women
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'Great visit with Dr. Tabby today. I was able to share with him the positives and negatives that I am dealing with as it related to having Multiple Sclerosis. I also was able to get new forms for my monthly Lemtrada required blood test. We also chatted about my Hemp oil that I am taking 1 time per day. Dr. Tabby is a very knowledgeable MS Neurologist who I see every 6 months.'
Dr. David Tabby continuously goes above and beyond for me as a patient. He is fast and efficient whenever I have a medical urgency. I value his healing capabilities, knowledge and the compassion he has not only as a doctor but as a person.'
'Dr. Tabby is smart and caring. He answers questions thoroughly and is willing to let me try different treatments. I feel I’m getting the best care with him and look forward to my visits.'