3 million Americans live with epilepsy. How common is sudden unexpected death in epilepsy?
Feldenkrais incorporates slight, gentle movements that are accessible to patients with neurological diagnoses.
Within an hour of the treatment, Donna Gensheimer was able to move her foot. Then, within two hours, she was able to move more and speak.
Stroke survivor directs a Christian sports ministry and continues to travel and attend college sports games.
Addressing depression and anxiety post-stroke is important and can play a major role in the success of therapies and recovery.
Emotional and psychological care for patients with brain cancer or a brain tumor can be important parts of the treatment journey.
Kellie Kopp is the brain tumor patient navigator for Norton Cancer Institute, where she supports patients from diagnosis through treatment.
Minimally invasive aneurysm or stroke treatments often mean surgeons reach the brain via a groin artery. Some now take a new route through the wrist.
Most risk factors for stroke can be changed, treated or managed. Here’s what you can do today to reduce your risk.
A look at Emilia Clarke’s essay and common misconceptions about brain aneurysms.
The new support group will provide an open discussion, friendship and connection, as well as epilepsy education.
A cardiologist’s and neurologist’s take on the latest report about whether to take baby aspirin daily for your heart and stroke prevention.
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