Concussion changes to the brain shown through untraditional magnetic resonance imaging test
Archive for April 2014
A Progressive Approach:
A sequential program emerges as one of the most promising, research-based methods to help veterans manage their tinnitus.
In order to help patients, it is necessary to mitigate the functional effects of tinnitus, such as difficulties with sleep, concentration, and relaxation.
Participating in our healing and our future is essential. It’s just the strategy that needs adjusting. Realizing that the mind cannot cure the body (or finances, or relationship, or business, or, or, or,…) allows for two VERY important things.
Stroke symptoms can be so tricky to spot that sometimes, even emergency room doctors get it wrong.
Vestibular disorders are difficult to diagnose. Occasionally, a patient with challenging symptoms will be referred for a mental health evaluation instead of additional testing to determine whether there is a physical cause. Amelia Ruzicka discusses whether and when it is appropriate for a medical doctor to label a patient with a mental health diagnosis.
Your doctor may soon need to test how "activated" you are.