Which doctors deal with nervous system disorders?

All of them. Well, technically, all of them ... However, on the medical side - a psychiatrist or neurologist are physicians that specialize in the treatment of nervous system disorders (not to mention the surgical side). Hope that helps!

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I thought neurologists deal with nervous system disorders? Why won't they see me after I've been diagnosed (by EMG/NCS) with L4-L5 & S1-S2 issues?

Neurologist referral. Neurologists do treat nervous system disorders. A specialist not seeing you may be due to many factors. Is your medical insurance not accepted by that doctor? Does the problem require a surgical evaluation? Was the problem due to a work-related injury (some doctors will not manage those problems)? Did your primary care doctor order the EMG/NCS? If Yes, see that person for help. Read more...

Which are tips to prevent nervous system disorders?

Not straightforwards. Since we neurologists do not clearly know the cause of most of our major illnesses, such as MS, Parkinson's, or Alzheimer's, we need to correlate data, and postulate. As a general rule, do aerobic exercise, avoid constant sitting, take vitamin D supplements, eat a healthy diet, avoid smoking and recreational drugs, and see a doctor regularly to prevent or treat ongoing medical issues. Read more...

Are there any correlations of IBS to nervous system disorders like alzheimer's and parkinson's? What about correlations with ethnic background? If so, what is the hypothesis as to why these corrltns?

Alzheimer's . Older african-americans are 2x as likely to get ad, while hispanics have 1 1/12 x the risk of the general population. There are no known associations between ibs and ad. Read more...
I am not. Awarenot aware of any correlation to irritable bowel and dementia or parkinson's disease. It is often related to anxiety, which, in it's most severe forms can be related to dementia but irritible bowel and it's associated anxiety are pretty easy to control. Read more...
Vascular and social. Ethnic correlations with respect to dementia are probably related to differences among ethnicities in the prevalence of vascular risk factors such as hypertension (which is more common in african americans). Also, certain ethnicities have disadvantages related to socioeconomic status and access to care. Genetics also play a role and especially how genes interact with the environment. Read more...