Stroke and brain aneurysm are emergencies and a patient should be rushed to the ER for immediate treatment. Find out what you need to know about treatment.
Featured at the SoCal Biomedical Conference in September 2017, Drs. Chester Griffiths and Santosh Kesari highlight Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s unique collaborative approach to research and patient care.
An estimated 39 million people on the US have some degree of facial pain including TMJ dysfunction and notoriously painful Trigeminal Neuralgia. Read about these painful syndromes and available medical and surgical treatment options.
Leading-edge continuing medical education for doctors ensures that patients receive the best possible neuro-care. Read about the advances in the neurosciences that translate to superior care in the clinic.
Brain tumors sometimes make themselves known in baffling ways. With a trio of neurosurgeons and neuro-oncologists at his side, Rusty Doms takes a journey to new frontiers of glioblastoma treatment at the leading edge of medicine.
When a person suffers a stroke, millions of brain nerve cells die often resulting in motor disabilities such as paralysis and speech difficulties. What if researchers could challenge the brain to recover? That’s what PNI researchers are doing for patients up to 7 1/2 years after their attack.
The movement disorders program at Providence Saint John’s Health Center is expanding, offering patients a full range of diagnostic, treatment and supportive services, including a new Parkinson’s disease patient support group and access to evidence-based physical therapy.
This month, the Pacific Movement Disorders Center is focused on boosting awareness of dystonia. Take an in-depth tour of dystonia and find out what you need to know about this group of neurological disorders.
SANTA MONICA (September 1, 2017) – Pacific Neuroscience Institute announced today the launch of PNI Medical Group’s affiliation with Providence Saint John’s Health Clinic.
Be good, do good. A Neurosurgeon’s simple yet powerful tenets define a code to live by. They can shape a new generation of neurosurgeons and translate into a practice that we can all use in our daily lives.