Dr. Marlon Saria implements clinical research to increase quality of life not only for patients with brain cancer but their family caregivers as well.
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a surgical procedure used to treat people with symptoms in people with Parkinson’s disease, dystonia or essential tremor.
Scientific studies have shown again, and again that exercise and physical activity can have dramatic impacts on the outcome and well-being in Parkinson’s disease (PD). The benefits of exercise are so widespread, as listed below, that exercise should be thought of as medicine. Read more.
We are pleased to add an Ischemic Stroke study to our clinical trials at Pacific Neuroscience Institute. Ongoing trials in quality & outcomes research & brain cancer are actively recruiting. Read more.
Subdural hematomas are a life-threatening condition caused by bleeding in the skull outside the brain. Read about a patient’s experience with neurosurgeon, Garni Barkhoudarian, MD.
Cancer survivors can now have access to more resources for cancer care or post-cancer needs at Providence Saint John’s new survivorship program. Read more.
Clinical trials are the lifeblood of medical advances. Without these studies, new treatments would simply not emerge. Find out about the clinical trials program at John Wayne Cancer Institute which has significantly expanded its clinical trials program and expects to have more than 60 trials underway by the end of 2017.
May is Stroke Awareness Month. Stroke is preventable. Identifying risk factors that contribute can help reduce the likelihood of having a stroke. Read more.
Moyamoya disease is a rare neurovascular condition that is caused by progressive narrowing of the major blood vessels supplying the brain. Read more.
At the Pacific Brain Tumor Center, we provide comprehensive care for patients with all types of brain tumors, including benign and malignant brain tumors, tumors of the skull base as well as metastatic brain tumors that arise from cancers elsewhere in the body. See more.