If you suffer from chronic neck and back pain, or chronic lower back pain, there is a minimally invasive option that may reduce or eliminate your pain for months at a time called Radiofrequency ablation (RFA).
Brain & Spine Health
Find tips for daily living with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases, treatments such as deep brain stimulation, and the latest breakthroughs in treating epilepsy, brain tumors and more from our Neurological Institute.
A new study of older adults suggests not getting enough sleep may be linked to the buildup of an Alzheimer’s-related protein.
Returning to play after suffering a concussion can be dangerous if athletes try to do too much, too soon. A slow and steady stepwise approach to returning to sports will allow for a more efficient recovery.
If you have children in sports, it’s important for you, as a parent, as well as them, to know the signs of a concussion and the laws that protect young athletes.
How much do you know about sleep — and the choices and disorders that affect it? Take this quiz and find out.
Your bra isn’t causing your back pain, and it can’t prevent back pain, either. To keep back pain at bay, build the muscles in your core and between your shoulder blades with Pilates and yoga.
Recent studies affirm that statins protect your brain as well as your heart, erasing prior concerns about possible links between the drug and memory loss – good news in the battle against heart attack and stroke.
With the right training and planning — tailored to their capabilities — teens can find a path to a job and, in some cases, college.
We all want to stay mentally sharp as we age. Physical activity, mental activity and social activity are your tickets to preserving your memory and thinking skills.
A wandering gaze and avoiding eye contact are hallmarks of many autism spectrum disorders (ASD). And according to recent research, they may appear earlier in children than previously thought.