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January 25, 2024

Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s Physicians Receive Distinguished 2024 Healthcare Awards

by Brianna Rauchman

Pacific Neuroscience Institute® (PNI®) celebrates significant healthcare milestones in 2024! Numerous esteemed PNI physicians were honored with Castle Connolly Top Doctor and Super Doctors awards, showcasing their dedication to clinical excellence and professional achievement.

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December 20, 2023

Loneliness, a Panel Discussion | Drs. Gowrinathan, Kochhar, Voelker

by Anthony Effinger

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, there’s another scourge raging in the U.S: loneliness. About 17% of Americans reported feeling lonely “a lot of the day yesterday,” when polled by Gallup earlier this year, and a staggering 41% of single people said they did.

Overcoming Trigeminal Neuralgia: Agnes's Journey to Pain-Free Living - blog feature image
September 26, 2023

Overcoming Trigeminal Neuralgia: Agnes’s Journey to Pain-Free Living

by Brianna Rauchman

Follow Agnes's courageous journey with trigeminal neuralgia, from a simple toothache to a life-changing diagnosis. Explore her journey through treatment options, culminating in a successful surgery at the Facial Pain Center at Pacific Neuroscience Institute® (PNI).

41. What’s the Best Way to Help Someone With Brain Cancer? | A Patient Panel Discussion
May 17, 2023

What’s the Best Way to Help Someone With Cancer? | A Panel Discussion

by Anthony Effinger

Tatiana Sarkisian lives with a brain tumor that causes pain like the very worst migraine. Van Nessa Manlunas had a sarcoma in her cheekbone and has had eight surgeries. Ben Stein-Lobovits suffered an inoperable brainstem glioma that is kept in check with a new drug. Do you have someone in your life who is coping with cancer?

Cancer Care Partners | Elaine Lipworth, Ari Nowain and Emmaline Mauritson
May 10, 2023

Cancer Care Partners | Elaine Lipworth, Ari Nowain and Emmaline Mauritson

by Anthony Effinger

When it comes to cancer, the focus is most often on the patient. But the best treatment happens when their care partners are cared for, too. The first step is knowing what it’s like to be the partner, son, daughter or friend of a cancer sufferer.

38. Mapping, and Fixing, the Nerves in the Face | Dr. Amit Kochhar
March 15, 2023

Mapping, and Fixing, the Nerves in the Face | Dr. Amit Kochhar

by Anthony Effinger

Dr. Amit Kochhar is an otolaryngologist. That means he specializes in surgery in the head and neck. Among the conditions that he treats is something called synkinesis: unintentional contractions of the face muscles. A patient’s eye may close when smiling.

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July 27, 2022

Neurology and Neurosurgery High Level Performance Recognized at Providence Hospitals

by Zara Jethani

Pacific Neuroscience Institute teams in Neurology and Neurosurgery contribute to High Performing Hospitals in US News & World Report rankings.

June 15, 2022

Ramsay Hunt Syndrome, Explained by Dr. Amit Kochhar

by PNI Experts

Pacific Neuroscience Institute's facial nerve expert, Dr. Amit Kochhar, Director of the Facial Nerve Disorders Program, explains how Ramsay Hunt Syndrome - a rare virus also known to cause chickenpox and shingles - recently led to the 28-year-old pop star Justin Bieber’s facial paralysis. 

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April 7, 2022

Pacific Neuroscience Institute Physicians Named “L.A.’s Top Doctors” of 2022

by Zara Jethani

This year, six of Pacific Neuroscience Institute’s physicians were included in Los Angeles Magazine’s April 2022 roster of “L.A.’s Top Doctors.”

January 18, 2022

Voting Open for 2023 U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals

by Amelia Garrison

If you are registered on Doximity, and board-certified in one or more of the ranked medical specialties, you are eligible to vote for next year’s U.S. News & World Report Best Hospitals. Providence Southern California hospitals and affiliates are honored to have received more than...

Last updated: June 6th, 2022