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illustration of a brain with ptsd
December 31, 2018

by Guest Author

Promising results seen from deep brain stimulation in combat Veteran with treatment-resistant PTSD when treated by restorative neurosurgeon Dr. JP Langevin.

Beauty Bus on ABC Eyewitness News from Saint John's Foundation on Vimeo.
December 25, 2018

by Guest Author

Beauty Bus Foundation, is an organization that delivers hope and dignity through free-of-charge, in-home and in-hospital beauty and grooming services to clients and their caregivers throughout the Los Angeles area. They come to Saint John's every Tuesday.

PNI Clinical Trials
December 19, 2018

by Mini Gill

Find out about the latest clinical trials at Pacific Neuroscience Institute for brain tumor, stroke, movement disorders, and other neurological areas. Call our center at 310-829-8265 to enroll.

Nativis Voyager device
December 18, 2018

by Guest Author

Nativis Announces Publication of Study in Patients with Recurrent Glioblastoma (rGBM). Data suggest the Nativis Voyager® device is safe for treatment of rGBM.

woman holding up a 3D printed skull
December 16, 2018

by Mahyar Pakizegee

The development of 3D printing, 3D imaging, and HD imaging, has brought the highest quality in imaging modalities to the field of neurosurgery. 3D renders and models can be used in diagnosis and planning stages of treatment and care for conditions such as brain tumors, skull base or pituitary tumors, and facial pain syndromes. Learn more.

PNI's SuperDoctors
December 8, 2018

by Zara Jethani

Pacific Neuroscience Institute is pleased to announce that 14 of our physicians have achieved the Super Doctor designation in 2018 with many of them being multiple year recipients. Find out who they are.

Chordoma infographic
December 5, 2018

by Mahyar Pakizegee

Chordomas are rare low-grade bone cancers that can occur anywhere along the spine and skull base. Learn about these slow-growing tumors and how they are treated.

Holiday Cheer NOT fear
December 1, 2018

by Scott Kaiser

For people suffering from Alzheimer’s Disease—the most common form of dementia and a condition that affects nearly 6 million Americans­—the holiday festivities can present some unique challenges. Read about some things to keep in mind to help us all feel that holiday cheer as we head into “the most wonderful time of the year.”

Last updated: December 11th, 2018