Doctors treating nerve damage include neurologists and neurosurgeons. Neurologists and neurosurgeons diagnose and treat the same conditions affecting the nervous system, although neurosurgeons provide relief primarily th... More »

In general, a neurologist or neurosurgeon treats vagus nerve disorders, according to the University of California San Francisco Medical Center. The purpose of the treatment, called vagal nerve stimulation, is often to re... More »

Nerve damage in the foot is sometimes treated with infrared light to stimulate blood flow, according to Great Lakes Caring. In addition, damage may be treated with surgery, by making changes to diet, switching medication... More »

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A nerve doctor is called a neurologist. A neurologist who specializes in surgical care of nerve-related injuries is called a neurosurgeon. Neurology is a branch of medicine that studies the nerves, brain, nervous system ... More »

The sciatic nerve begins in the lower portion of the spine, traces through the buttocks and down each leg, according to MedlinePlus. This nerve controls muscles at the knee and in the lower leg. It is responsible for fee... More »

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The sciatic nerve is the primary nerve that runs down the back of the leg. It branches from the lower spine and runs the entire length of the leg and foot. More »

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Doctors who treat movement disorders include neurologists, neurosurgeons and other physicians who specialize in conditions of the brain and nervous system, according to Mayo Clinic. These specialists tackle movement diso... More »

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