RMH Neurology

RMH Neurology

Neurologists treat conditions that affect the brain and the entire nervous system, including the spinal cord. They also treat the interactions between the nervous system and muscles. Since the nervous system is the “control center” of the body, neurologists treat a wide range of conditions. These include:

• Epilepsy and Seizures
• Strokes
• Headaches and Migraines
• Memory Problems, including Alzheimer’s Disease
• Multiple Sclerosis
• Parkinson’s Disease
• Tremors
• Pinched nerves
• Balance problems
• Fainting
• Chronic numbness or tingling

Dr. Edward D. Zdobylak

Dr. Zdobylak is the founder and former medical director of the St Vincent Headache Center in Carmel, IN. He served as an Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN. Prior to this, he obtained his medical education from the Indiana University School of Medicine. He has 22 years of medical experience.


  • Listen to Dr. Zdobylak discuss non-Parkinson’s tremors or involuntary shaking that is NOT due to Parkinson’s Disease. Dr. Zdobylak explains the ways in which tremors can interfere with everyday life, the fears that patients often have regarding them, and the variety of ways in which they can be treated.
  • Listen to Dr. Zdobylak discuss the diagnosis and treatment of severe headaches, including migraines and cluster headaches.
  • Listen to Dr. Zdobylak discuss different types of dementia. Using direct and simple explanations, Dr. Zdobylak talks about some of the causes of dementia that can be treated and reversed.
  • In this podcast, Dr. Zdobylak discusses what neurologists do in general, and what he does, in particular. Dr. Zdobylak specializes in the treatment of headaches and migraines, but he is also a general neurologist who treats other conditions of the brain and nervous system, including dementia, Parkinson’s Disease, tingling, numbness, fainting and tremors.
  • Dr. Edward Zdobylak discusses the symptoms, diagnosis and treatment of Parkinson’s Disease. He describes the typical progression of the disease, as well as the role of medication to improve symptoms and rehabilitation therapy to help patients cope with their illness.

Monday-Wednesday: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Main Level of RMH’s Medical Office Building
110 East 13th Street, Rushville
Phone: 765-932-7063
Fax:  765-932-7065