Neurology studies the diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system: symptoms, causes of occurrence, diagnostics, treatment and prevention of neurological diseases. Neurological diseases have been studied in the ancient Egypt, Greece, and India. Even then, healers observed and recorded the symptoms and progress of diseases, as well as developed the treatment procedures.

In the middle of the 19th century, the science of neurology has been officially recognized in the European society. 

The major organs studied by neurology are the brain and spinal cord (the central nervous system), their blood supply and contiguous organs and systems, as well as the peripheral nervous system, including connective tissue and muscles.

The neurological diseases are caused by mental stresses, genetic predisposition, trauma, and aging changes of the body.

We offer inpatient and outpatient types of treatment of the following diseases in our Center for Neurological Diseases in the Solingen Clinic:


Parkinson's disease

Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS; also known as motor neuron disease, and Lou Gehrig's disease)

Spinal disc herniation

Lyme disease


Occupational burnout

Dementia and cognitive disorders


Spinal stenosis

Brain fever, myelitis and inflammation of nervous system

Episodic and chronic headaches, migraines

Brain cancer

Carpal tunnel syndrome

Multiple sclerosis

Diseases of the muscles


Restless legs syndrome

Sleep disturbance






The neurological disease should be treated in due time and with combined therapy as they can cause severe unpredictable consequences.

In addition to medical treatment in our Center, we offer brand new and approved procedures for therapy and aftercare. The up-to-date equipment allows provision of effective diagnostics and treatment. 

Call us by phone:

+49 (0) 212 / 547 - 69 13 

+49 (0) 177 540 42 70 

+49 (0) 173 203 40 66 


Gotenstraße 1, 42653 Solingen 
Tel: +49 (0) 212 / 547 - 69 13   l   +49 (0) 177 540 42 70   l
  +49 (0) 173 203 40 66