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NFL cognitive screening
February 22, 2022

New Program to Help Retired NFL Players: ‘The brain can only take so much’

by Guest Author

Retired NFL players can undergo initial cognitive screenings and have access to many other services offered at PNI.

COVID 19 smell and taste
February 18, 2022

Affect of COVID-19 on Smell and Taste

by Omid Mehdizadeh

Among all the other symptoms of mild COVID-19 — exhaustion, coughs, fevers —two have stood out as the weirdest: losing your sense of smell and taste.

dr judy davidson dr molly rapozo episode 25 podcast
February 16, 2022

Beating the Odds on Alzheimer’s Disease | Molly Rapozo, MS, RDN, CD and Judy Davidson

by Zara Jethani

Judy Davidson is a retired teacher, librarian, and therapist. A few years ago, she began to feel more forgetful. Names of movies she’d just seen escaped her. She became quieter in groups, afraid that she would forget a friend’s name. She recalled her mother’s struggle with Alzheimer's

Arteriovenous malformation AVM
February 16, 2022

What is an AVM?

by PNI Experts

An AVM, or arteriovenous malformation, is a rare disease (approximately 1-5 out of 10,000 patients) of the blood vessels in the brain.

Hall of Fame Health NFL Saint John's Health Center
February 12, 2022

PNI Offers Cognitive Screening to Retired NFL Hall of Famers

by Guest Author

In partnership with the Hall of Fame, PNI located at Providence Saint John’s Health Center offers cognitive screening for retired pro football players.

Ride Multiple Sclerosis person on bike
February 1, 2022

All-around Care for Multiple Sclerosis

by Guest Author

When Samantha was first diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) 14 years ago, she knew nothing about the disease. Dr. Giesser's multifaceted approach, which includes individualized treatment plans and encourages patients to be active participants in their care, has helped Brown, now 49, manage her disease.

Last updated: September 27th, 2022