Dementia is a common condition in the elderly population, but loss of memory and cognition isn’t a normal part of aging. Learn how to spot common signs of dementia so you can start treatment as early as possible.
Along with the many concentration and hyperactive symptoms that come with ADHD is a heightened reaction to real or perceived rejection. Learn more about rejection sensitive dysphoria and how you can manage it here.
Has your loved one recently suffered a stroke? There are three different kinds of strokes, all of which have different causes. Keep reading to find out about the differences and what they mean for your loved one.
Cervical dystonia, a painful, spasmodic twisting of the neck muscles, can negatively impact your quality of life. Keep reading to learn what causes this condition and some of the treatments that can help.
An epilepsy diagnosis can seem like a whole new world for both you and your child. If your child has been diagnosed with epilepsy, you may wonder what to do next and how you can help them. Keep reading to learn the answer.
Do you suffer from groups of continuous headaches? If you’ve got a headache but aren’t sure what type it is, there are four telltale signs that indicate a cluster headache. Learn more about cluster headaches here.
A transient ischemic attack (TIA), also known as a “ministroke,” doesn’t last long but is a preview of worse things to come, which means you need to take it seriously and get medical help. Find out how we can help restore your health here.
Epilepsy can be troublesome to live with. If you have drug-refractory epilepsy, which is epilepsy that can’t be controlled with medication, you may be a candidate for vagus nerve stimulation. Learn how VNS can treat epilepsy here.
Botox is best known today as a beauty treatment that removes wrinkles, but its uses go far beyond that, successfully treating a wide range of medical conditions. Could Botox help you? Find out more here.
While ADHD and bipolar disorder do share symptoms, they’re fundamentally different conditions that many people get confused.Keep reading to learn how you can tell the difference between these two behavioral disorders.
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), or Lou Gehrig’s disease, is neurodegenerative and has no cure. There are, however, ways you can manage your ALS symptoms for a better quality of life. Learn more here.
Cluster headaches are one of the lesser-known types of headaches, but they can be one of the most debilitating. Learn how to recognize the symptoms of cluster headaches so you can get appropriate medical help.
Cervical dystonia causes repetitive, painful, jerking motions of the head and neck. And while there’s no cure for this condition, there are effective treatments. Keep reading to learn more about dystonia and the treatment options available.
If your child’s received an ADHD diagnosis, you may feel overwhelmed with the enormity of the challenges facing you as a parent. Keep reading to learn a number of good ways you can support your child effectively.
While autism is a common disorder, many people know very little about it and are subject to a large amount of misinformation that’s out there. Here we present a number of the common myths about autism and the facts that debunk them.
Being diagnosed with epilepsy is not a death sentence; there are treatment options available that can decrease or even eliminate your seizures. Keep reading to learn more about the disorder and what our practice can do for you.
Huntington’s disease is a cruel condition, affecting motor function, cognitive ability, and psychological state. But just because you’ve received a diagnosis doesn’t mean your life is over. Learn about the treatments available to help control your symptoms
You have a tremor in your hands — could it be Parkinson’s disease? Maybe, maybe not. You could simply have a benign essential tremor. Keep reading to learn the differences between the two conditions and when you should seek out medical help.
Epilepsy is a neurological disorder that can strike anyone at any time, causing debilitating seizures. Keep reading to learn the many symptoms of the condition, as well as what you can do to reclaim your life.
Behavior disorders can be disruptive and hurtful, and they’re more common than you probably realize. Find out more about this collection of mental health conditions and what treatments are available to help.
If you’re experiencing numbness, tingling, and pain in your wrists and hands, especially if you perform repetitive tasks, you may have carpal tunnel syndrome. Fortunately, there’s a lot you can do to make things better.
One of the hallmarks of cerebral palsy (CP) is constant muscle spasms. But did you know Botox®, the drug most commonly used to combat facial wrinkles, can help relieve those spasms? Keep reading to learn how Botox can help treat CP.
Major depressive disorder (MDD), also known as clinical depression, is not a weakness; it’s a biochemical condition that can rob you of your happiness and your will to live. The good news is there are effective treatments for it. Read on to learn more.
You have migraines, but just how bad are they? Do they require a doctor's visit, or are they perfectly normal? Keep reading to learn more about this neurological condition, and whether you should seek medical attention.
Are you overly anxious about specific things? Do you live with a general feeling of dread? You may be suffering from an anxiety disorder. The good news is anxiety disorders are highly treatable. Read on to learn how to overcome your worries.
Epilepsy is the fourth most common neurological disorder in the United States. That said, there are ways to better manage this condition. Read on to learn more about this disorder and the many promising treatments available.