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Deep Brain Stimulation

This newsletter focuses on the use of Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) for patients with movement disorders. For patients with neurological conditions, they may fear that an unusual treatment may be worse than the disease. This can certainly be true for patients with movement disorders who are contemplating deep brain stimulation to help control their seizures.…

Migraine Triggers

This newsletter focuses on identifying migraine triggers. For patients who suffer from migraine headaches, identifying triggers can offer a way to prevent future headaches. While it isn’t always 100 percent effective, it allows the patient to exercise control, and perhaps require fewer medications or miss fewer days of work. However, identifying triggers requires some effort…

Brain Injury Awareness

Every March, the Brain Injury Association of American conducts an awareness campaign. This year we want to help you join in this educational effort by providing your patients with information on this complicated problem. This is why we’ve created this video newsletter on brain injury, and our video focuses on how to include mental rest…

Restless Legs Syndrome

This month our video newsletter focuses on restless legs syndrome. The twitching, creepy crawly feeling, and irresistible urge to kick, toss, and turn can drive people crazy. And the lack of sleep caused by restless legs syndrome can significantly reduce quality of life. Up to 10 percent of Americans are diagnosed with it and probably…

Vertigo

Vertigo—the feeling that the room is spinning—is not uncommon, especially in the elderly. Most of the time, the cause is benign and treatment is straightforward. Sometimes though, it is a sign of a more serious underlying condition. The video in this newsletter will help your patients understand more about vertigo and its most common cause.…

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