This fall, we welcome three new board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians specializing in general neurology, movement disorders, neuromuscular conditions and stroke.
Normal pressure hydrocephalus can be mistaken for Parkinson's and Alzheimer's diseases, but can be treated.
Becker's Hospital Review has named Providence St. Vincent Medical Center as one of 100 Hospitals with Great Neurosurgery and Spine Programs.
These are some of the questions Providence experts will cover at the Nov. 1 forum: The Curious Workings of the Brain.
Imagine having a disease like Parkinson’s and living in a rural area, far from a major city. Seeing a specialist often involves having to travel long distances. But now, technology is helping bring Parkinson’s specialists to the patient.
Read about this novel invention and more in Providence Brain and Spine Institute’s summer clinical newsletter.
See how telemedicine is helping people with Parkinson's disease get checkups without having to travel long distances to see a specialist in Portland.
"The idea of being in a singing group might have a beneficial effect on their illness," said Richard Rosenbaum, M.D.
Providence Brain Institute’s name has changed. The new name, Providence Brain and Spine Institute, communicates the breadth of services offered by the institute.