If you suffer from migraine, you probably need to make an appointment with a neurologist, especially when symptoms are associated with neurological deficits or proven treatments prove ineffective.
When pain is chronic and your primary care doctor is unable to help you manage it, you should consider referral to a neurologist because there may be another reason behind your symptoms.
Feeling dizzy (spinning) or having trouble keeping your balance could be a sign of something more serious.
Numbness or tingling, especially when it occurs on one side of the body or comes on suddenly, could be a sign of a stroke or other serious condition.
Difficulty walking, shuffling, jerking, and involuntary jerking may be signs of a nervous system problem.
Worsening memory problems, personality changes, or slurred speech may be signs of Alzheimer's disease.