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Helping a Loved One With Dementia

If your loved one was just diagnosed with dementia, you might wonder how you can best help them. In this blog, we share tips for getting started as a caregiver for someone with dementia.
Jan 20th, 2023

Who is at Greatest Risk for Developing Hydrocephalus?

Hydrocephalus is a serious neurological condition in which cerebrospinal fluid builds up in your brain, creating pressure and serious complications. In this blog, we discuss who’s at the greatest risk for developing the condition.
Dec 6th, 2022

Living With Seizures: Life-Saving Tips to Know

Living with seizures can be overwhelming, but with the right care team, you can learn the best practices for living well with seizures. Read on to explore these potentially life-saving tips you need to know.
Nov 10th, 2022

Feeling Off Balance? It Could Be Peripheral Neuropathy

Balance issues can leave your head spinning, but left untreated, and they can be quite dangerous. Believe it or not, peripheral neuropathy could be the source of your balance issues. Here’s what you need to know.
Oct 1st, 2022

Can a Herniated Disc Heal on Its Own?

Herniated discs can cause a slew of problems from back pain to sciatica to incontinence, but not every herniated disc requires intervention. So, can your herniated disc heal on its own or not? Read to find out.
Jul 1st, 2022

Understanding Vascular Dementia

Vascular dementia is just one of the many types of dementia, and it often occurs as the result of a stroke. Read on to learn more about vascular dementia, what causes it, and how it’s managed.
Jun 1st, 2022

How Neuromodulation Can Alleviate Your Headaches

The occasional headache might be easily remedied with hydration, pain medication, and rest, but what about chronic headaches? Daily headaches can take a toll on you, but neuromodulation could be the key to lasting relief. Read here to learn more.
May 1st, 2022

4 Common Forms of Dementia

Dementia is notorious for causing memory troubles, but it’s not just one type of disease. Dementia is a general term for memory loss. In this blog, we cover the four common forms of dementia, including Parkinson’s disease and Alzheimer’s disease.
Apr 1st, 2022

What to Expect When You Come in for an EMG

Electromyography (EMG) is an electrodiagnostic test used to help diagnose nerve and muscle dysfunction. But what happens during your test? In this blog, we highlight the steps you can take to prepare for an EMG and what to expect during one.
Mar 1st, 2022

Are Essential Tremors Hereditary?

Essential tremors, also called benign essential tremors, are characterized by irregular movements. While these aren’t life-threatening tremors, they are a nuisance. Read on to explore the hereditary nature of these tremors and how they are treated.
Feb 1st, 2022

Recognizing the Early Signs of Peripheral Neuropathy

Your peripheral nerves run outside of your brain and spinal cord, and if they become damaged or dysfunctional, they can create a host of unwanted problems. Read on to explore the signs that you might have developed peripheral neuropathy.
Jan 11th, 2022

How We Help With Seizures

Having a seizure can be scary, but it’s important to know that there are many treatments available for seizures. The first step, though, is to determine the source of the seizure. Keep reading to learn more about how we can help with seizures.
Dec 14th, 2021

Living With Parkinson's Disease

Living with Parkinson’s disease can be challenging, but the right medication and the right lifestyle modifications can help you address the symptoms of this neurodegenerative disease. Read on to learn more.
Nov 18th, 2021

Six Myths and Facts About Brain Aneurysms

Brain aneurysms affect an estimated 6.5 million Americans, but there are a lot of misconceptions surrounding this serious condition. In this blog, we break it down and separate fact from fiction.
Oct 15th, 2021