Clinical Sciences Sector
The medical care includes follow up appointments at the Outpatients Clinic and, when necessary, admission to the neurological ward. Furthermore, the department provides specialized laboratory diagnostic services in neurophysiology, neurovascular disorders and neuropathology.
Physiotherapy services are also provided to patients with neuromuscular and other disabling disorders. The social services (on site and at home) also provide advice and support to patients and their families.
The department houses orthopaedic, respiratory gastroenterology and endocrinology clinics for a more comprehensive care of patients. A psychologist and a dietician are available on a weekly basis.
The CING Pharmacy provides patients attending the Outpatient Clinic, as well as patients admitted to the Inpatient Ward, with specialised medication used for the treatment of neurological conditions.
The Clinical Neurology department examines, investigates and treats more than 6,000 patients annually with a steadily increasing number of referrals.
Neurology Clinic A
Neurology Clinic A is predominantly involved with the clinical and laboratory evaluation (muscle and nerve biopsies) of patients with an emphasis on neuromuscular disorders such as, myopathies, motor neuron disease and neuropathies. The Clinic also has an interest in multiple sclerosis, neurodegenerative and neurogenetic disorders. Since ...
Neurology Clinic B
Neurology Clinic B provides tertiary medical care to patients with neurological disorders and other neurogenetic and genetic illnesses (epilepsy, sleep disorders, movement disorders, Alzheimer's disease, and other neurodegenerative disorders as well as behavioral problems that result from brain disease) that require specialized diagnosis and treatment. The medical care includes follow up ...
Neurology Clinic C
Neurology Clinic C has been established since 1995 at the Cyprus Institute of Neurology and Genetics (CING). The functional orientation of the Clinic, as all other Clinics at the CING covers the area of service, research and education. The Clinic follows over almost 1000 patients with Multiple Sclerosis with access to outpatient, inpatient, neurophysiology and physiotherapy facilities, swallowing ...
Neurology Clinic D
The Electromyography (EMG) Laboratory specializes in electrodiagnostic examinations that evaluate, monitor, diagnose, and exclude disorders of the peripheral nervous system. Unlike imaging techniques such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computed tomography (CT), electrophysiological measures from peripheral nerves and/or muscles bestow information about their function. As ...
Neurology Clinic E
Neurology Clinic E provides tertiary medical care to patients with various neurological disorders, focusing on neuromuscular (myasthenia gravis, peripheral neuropathies and myopathies, motor neuron disease), neurogenetic and other degenerative, autoimmune and demyelinating disorders of the peripheral and central nervous system. The Clinic also participates in the provision of specialized ...
Clinical Genetics Clinic
Clinical Genetics is the service offered to people affected by or who may be at risk for a genetic condition, which aims at the best possible quality of life and reproduction. At the Institute, the clinical genetics department offers diagnostic assessment, management/ treatment and genetic counselling for the whole spectrum of genetic conditions. This includes chromosomal aberration syndromes ...
Neurology and Clinical Genetics Staff
List of resident Senior Neurologists, Junior Neurologists, Clinical Genetics Clinic Scientists, Nursing Staff, Pharmacists, Clerical Staff, Physiotherapists, Social Services and Laboratories Scientists and Technologists