The term Neurology is framed out of the Greek words, "neuron" meaning 'nerve' and "logia" meaning 'study of '. Neurology is a specialized branch of medicine which deals with the ailments of the nervous system, including the central nervous system, brain and spinal cord, along with the related tissues and muscles of a human body. Neurology Courses train the candidates in diagnosing and treating disorders of the nervous system as well as tissues and muscles of the human body. A medical practitioner with specialization in neurology is called as a neurologist. Neurology Courses motivate the students to work with some of the most difficult medical conditions known to science like brain trauma, stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson's disease, Alzheimer’s disease, etc. The main three specializations coming under neurology Courses include, child neurology, clinical neurophysiology and pain medicine. Neurology and psychiatry are related fields as many diseases of the nervous system have a psychological after effect.