Dr. Jerome W. Freeman is a Neurologist in Sioux Falls, SD
with special training and skill in studying, diagnosing, and treating disorders of the nervous system (the brain and spinal cord).
As a Neurologist, Jerome W. Freeman, MD performs
diagnostic tests and a wide variety of neurological and cognitive treatments for a range of neurological disorders. Neurology is
the branch of biology that studies, assesses, and treats the anatomy, functions, and organic disorders of the nervous system. Significant diseases and conditions treated by
Neurologists include coordination problems, muscle weakness, sensation changes, confusion, dizziness, cluster headaches, migraines, seizure disorders like epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis, neuromuscular disorders, encephalitis, meningitis, brain abscesses, neurodegenerative disorders like Lou Gehrig's disease and Alzheimer's, as well as spinal cord inflammatory and autoimmune disorders.
Medical tests, procedures and therapies provided by Neurologists
include lumbar puncture, tensilon test, EEG, CT scan, MRI scan, PET scan, angiography, and sleep studies for diagnosis, then the presciption of physiotherapy, cognitive behavioral therapy, pain management, medication and/or lifestyle changes.
Neurologists in Sioux Falls, SD
Internal Medicine Doctor
Dr. Jerome W. Freeman is an Internal Medicine Doctor in Sioux Falls, SD
with special training and skill in the diagnosis, treatment, and care of adults across the spectrum from health to complex illness. Internists specialize in puzzling medical problems and in the ongoing care of chronic illnesses. Internists also specialize in preventing disease by promoting health, and are trained to manage multisystem disease conditions that single-organ-disease specialists may not be trained to address.
As an Internal Medicine Doctor, Jerome W. Freeman, MD performs
assessment, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment therapies for diseases and disorders in adult patients. Internal Medicine is
a medical specialty focused on study, prevention, assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of short and long term multi-organ conditions. Significant diseases and conditions treated by
Internal Medicine Doctors include cold and flu, heart disease, hypertension, diabetes, obesity, and chronic lung disease. Internists generally act as personal physicians and often develop long-term relationships with their patients.
Medical tests, procedures and therapies provided by Internal Medicine Doctors
include medical history reviews, physical exams, blood tests, scans, and other diagnostic tests, as well as specialist referrals. Internists may choose to practice only in the hospital, only in an outpatient clinic, or in both.
Internal Medicine Doctors in Sioux Falls, SD
Primary Care Doctor
Primary Care Doctors in Sioux Falls, SD