The spine plays multiple essential roles in the body and anyone who has had a back issue can attest to how debilitating the pain can be. A new comprehensive specialty spinal care center opens with PNI-South Bay, at Little Company of Mary Medical Center in Torrance, California.
Going from aerospace engineering to eye surgery, Dr. Howard R. Krauss is a surgical neuro-ophthalmologist. Hear him explain what that is and how this specialized skill can help patients with tumors affecting the eye and vision.
Electrical stimulation therapy may have a big impact on brain health and recovery in patients with mood disorders, dementia and neurodegenerative disorders.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute, the leading enrollment site for the MDNA55 clinical trial for Glioblastoma, is still open and enrolling eligible patients. This innovative phase 2 study is for the minimally invasive convection-enhanced delivery (CED) of a new bioengineered targeted therapeutic, MDNA55, in adults with recurrent or progressive glioblastoma. Read more.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute is very pleased to announce that neuro-oncologist Jose Carrillo, MD, has been named a Physician of Excellence, by the Orange County Medical Association.
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.
Find out how Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s experienced multidisciplinary Brain Health team treats psychiatric and neurological conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, memory loss, balance problems, as well as depression and anxiety. Learn more about specialty programs that focus on neuromuscular health and promote healthy brain aging.
When well-known actor and comedian Gary Busey came to see Dr. Chester Griffiths, a seemingly innocent nosebleed turned out to be something more sinister.
September is dystonia awareness month. Cervical dystonia is a painful condition that affects the neck and causes the head to tilt to one side, or causes the head to tremble. People often think that this is due to muscular issues but actually cervical dystonia is a neurological dysfunction caused by misfiring nerves. Discover answers from movement disorders specialist, Dr. Melita Petrossian, to 7 everyday questions about cervical dystonia.
An experienced multidisciplinary Brain Health team joins Pacific Neuroscience Institute to treat psychiatric and neurological conditions including Alzheimer’s disease, depression and anxiety, and to promote healthy brain aging.