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This fall, we welcome three new board-certified, fellowship-trained physicians specializing in general neurology, movement disorders, neuromuscular conditions and stroke.
Providence now offers a new, 12-bed neurocritical care unit at Providence St. Vincent Medical Center in Portland.
Hypertension, or high blood pressure, is a major risk factor for stroke. Now, a new study suggests that vitamin D – the sunshine vitamin – can help lower blood pressure. For people living in the Northwest where getting enough vitamin D from the sun is a problem, this is important news for reducing your stroke risk.
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.
The first ALS patient in Oregon to received a new device, implanted by Providence, to improve breathing and extend quality of life tells his story.
Doctors urge skiers and snowboarders to wear helmets. Helmets minimize your risk of head and brain injury on the slopes.
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.
Pankaj Gore, M.D., removed a small, benign growth in a patient’s brain that was discovered by new imaging technology.