by Zara Jethani
A new paper co-authored by multiple sclerosis neurology specialist, Dr. Barbara Giesser, was published April 23, 2020, in Multiple Sclerosis Journal.
by Anthony Effinger
For Jason Tarpley, speed is everything. He’s the director of Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s Stroke & Neurovascular Center, and when it comes to stroke—a blockage in an artery that feeds the brain—time is a killer.
by Zara Jethani
In the field of neurosurgery, Daniel F. Kelly, MD, is loved by his patients and esteemed by his colleagues. Soft spoken and eloquent, he has a quiet confidence that underscores this highly skilled neurosurgeon’s drive, determination and focus in always pushing the boundaries of excellence....
by Venkata Yenugonda
Neurodegenerative disease is a broad term for a range of conditions which mostly affect neurons in the human brain. Currently, 5 million Americans suffer from Alzheimer's disease; 1 million from Parkinson's disease; and 30,000 from Huntington's disease.
by Daniel F. Kelly
At Pacific Neuroscience Institute and our Pacific Pituitary Disorders Center, this concept of “safety first” is paramount when it comes to removing pituitary adenomas, and related tumors such as craniopharyngiomas, Rathke’s cleft cysts, chordomas and some midline meningiomas (not cancerous) growths of the gland itself.
by Jennifer Bramen
Creative activities are powerful tools for promoting brain health in all people. They reduce stress, build emotional resilience, and provide healthy brain stimulation. All together, activities like playing music, painting, drawing, and building things will help promote a sharper, happier mind at all ages. Creative...
by Jack Hodes
A gender disparity exists in the disproportionate number of women diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease (AD) dementia. Data indicate that almost two-thirds of individuals living with AD in the United States are women.
by Guest Author
In the midst of the COVID-19 global pandemic, another hidden public health crisis has emerged: loneliness.
Last updated: June 25th, 2020