NeuroExam.com explains the standard examination conducted by neurologists to check the functioning of the nervous system, complete with video.
The website is intended to accompany a book called Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases, written by Professor Hal Blumenfeld.
It works pretty well on its own however, and gives a fascinating insight into exactly what neurologists are doing as they push, tweak, tap and prod their way through an assessment.
It also shows that surprisingly simple tests can tell us a great deal about the nervous system.
For example, asking someone to stand still with their eyes closed and giving them a slight push (something known as the Romberg Test) can help determine whether there is damage to the proprioceptive or vestibular system.
Link to neuroexam.com