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Central California Neurology
Neurologists located in Salinas, CA & Monterey, CA
Central California Neurology specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases involving impairment of the brain, spinal cord and the muscles and nerves of the legs and arms. With two locations in Salinas and Monterey, California - Dr. Dale Helman and Dr. Borina Dramov, as well as their highly-skilled staff, are committed to providing their patients with the highest standard of care.
Both of our physicians test various aspects of the nervous system, including impaired function of reflexes, sensation, muscle strength, balance, arm and leg movement, vision, memory, speech, language, and cognitive abilities. We evaluate, manage, and recommend treatment for ailments such as headaches, dizziness and vertigo, seizures, concussions, contusions, neuralgia, neuritis, neuropathy, radiculopathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, tremors, cervical and lumbar disc problems, spinal and muscle disorders, epilepsy, Bell’s Palsy, Alzheimer’s, and Parkinson’s.
Dr. Dale Helman has been in practice for 33 years and is a graduate of the Pritzker School of Medicine, University of Chicago. Dr. Borina Dramov has over 53 years of experience and is a graduate of the USC School of Medicine. Both of our doctors, as well as our staff, are highly skilled at their craft and continue to learn as much as they can so they can provide each patient with the best care possible.
"Doctor Helman always takes his time whenever I have an appointment with him."
"I really liked Dr. Helman, he was very friendly, answered all my questions and was very straightforward."
"Dr. Helman was highly professional, ordered some tests and we came away grateful to be in his skilled and competent care."
"Dr. Dale Helman has been an amazing doctor... he is truly a breath of fresh air."
"I really liked Dr. Helman. He was very friendly, answered all of my questions and was very straightforward."