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.
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.
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.”
Aggression is one of the worst parts of caring for a parent or senior loved one with dementia, but you’re not powerless. Having a number of strategies on hand to deploy whenever you need them gives you the means to handle a loved one’s aggression any time it rears its head.
Learn more about how to cope with aggression and dementia.
A retired Los Angeles County lifeguard experienced a life threatening stroke while swimming. Luckily for him, the right people were there at the right time at Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance.
Vision is arguably our most important sense. Learn about minimally invasive keyhole surgery options for brain, skull base & pituitary tumors impacting the anterior visual pathways & eye movements.
A motivated family caregiver advocates for the best possible care for her mother’s glioblastoma. Read about how this family navigated treatment and clinical trials for better outcomes.
Dr. Yenugonda is driven by his desire to better mankind by developing safe, effective and affordable drugs for difficult diseases that can be easily accessed by everyone. Utilizes a unique, two-pronged approach, he combines drug discovery tools and nanotechnology tools to circumvent existing clinical problems. Learn more.
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.
Dr. Sarah McEwen’s determination to make a difference bridges the gap between academic research and the underserved populations in the community. Her research and clinical work implement physical and cognitive interventions simultaneously during the earliest phases of illness with the possibility of preventing cognitive decline. Read more.