The Impact of Tardive Dyskinesia (TD)

One of our physicians, Dr. Laurence Adams, was recently interviewed by WebMD to discuss Tardive Dyskinesia (TD), a rare condition that may occur with certain medications used to treat mental illness. TD may appear as repetitive, jerking movements in the face, neck, and tongue. The symptoms of TD can be very troubling for patients and… Read More »

Everything You Need to Know About Botox for Migraines

Headache disorders, including migraines, are some of the most common disorders of the nervous system worldwide. Almost half of the adult population have had a headache at least once in the past year, according to the World Health Organization. Among those individuals, over 30 percent have reported having migraines. For many, migraines often feel like… Read More »

What Is Peripheral Neuropathy and How Is It Treated?

It’s estimated that more than 20 million people in the United States suffer from some form of peripheral neuropathy: conditions that involve damage to the peripheral nervous system. While you’re likely familiar with your body’s central nervous system (CNS), which involves the control center within the brain and spinal cord, you’re probably less familiar with… Read More »

Orthopedic Surgeon vs. Neurosurgeon:
What’s the Difference?

It’s common for patients to ask us: what’s the difference between an orthopedic surgeon and a neurosurgeon? The confusion is warranted, as some referring physicians may not fully understand the difference.  Both perform surgeries on the spine, both use advanced, minimally invasive techniques…but there are significant differences in training, and there are some procedures of… Read More »

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