are involved with assessing and managing emotional and behavioural aspects of Traumatic Brain Injury, Epilepsy, movement disorders such as

Parkinson’s Disease


Huntington’s Disease

, Cerebrovascular Disease and other neurological and neurosurgical disorders. They are also involved in assessing and managing emotional disorders which may present in a similar way to

neurological disorders

, and these include conversion disorders, non-epileptic attack disorders, psychogenic (originates from the brain) movement disorders etc. Finally, there are disorders in the borderland between neurology and psychiatry which are sometimes thought best assisted by neuropsychiatrists, including adult Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, disorders on the autism spectrum, and certain sleep disorders.

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