Telemedicine services in neurology may be scheduled or emergency and include transmission of image materials; computerized tomography (CT), magnetic resonance images (MRI) and other forms of diagnostic findings. Scheduled telemedicine services in the field of neurology regard agreed examinations and are intended for out-patient treatment, monitoring and counselling patients with chronic neurological diseases, while emergency services are connected to emergency examinations of patients with a stroke, epileptic seizures, vague consciousness disorders and general assessment of urgency of a patient's condition.

Neurological telemedicine examinations are performed in a clinic equipped with a large screen camera that can capture the patient well and in detail and magnify many times the area being examined. In addition to talking and taking the medical history, sophisticated equipment allows a neurologist to have a standard examination of the patient, including testing walking, balance, brain nerve function, reflexes and movement etc.