e-Neuro

Quarterly neuroscience e-news from Providence Brain and Spine Institute

  • Expanding Services in Hood River

    Expanding Services in Hood River

    We are expanding to better serve the neurologic care needs of patients in Hood River and surrounding areas. Starting this Fall, Dr. Kirk Weller will see patients there in-person and via teleneurology.

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  • Welcoming New MS Specialist: Dr. Justine Brink

    Welcoming New MS Specialist: Dr. Justine Brink

    Providence MS Center warmly welcomes our newest specialist in caring for people with multiple sclerosis. Learn more about Dr. Justine Brink in this brief interview.

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  • Neuro-Oncology Clinical Trials Bring Hope to Patients

    Neuro-Oncology Clinical Trials Bring Hope to Patients

    Neuro-oncologist, Dr. Ricky Chen, and Clinical Research Coordinator, Kyla Lindberg, outline the exciting science developing to help treat brain tumors.

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  • Why Hospital-Based Rehab Is Best For Patients

    Why Hospital-Based Rehab Is Best For Patients

    Where you refer your patient for rehabilitation after stroke or any other disabling illness or injury is an important step in their recovery and return home.

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  • Save the Date for Continuing Education Events

    Save the Date for Continuing Education Events

    Join us for the MS Summit on Sept 25 and the Annual Fall Conference on Nov 14-15

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  • Acute Flaccid Myelitis: A New Epidemic?

    Acute Flaccid Myelitis: A New Epidemic?

    Dr. Alison Christy addresses the history of and current science on a disease that's been in the news a lot lately: acute flaccid myelitis.

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  • Polyneuropathy: When to Refer to Neurology

    Polyneuropathy: When to Refer to Neurology

    Dr. Steven Day explains polyneuropathy and the red flags to watch for when treating it in primary care practice.

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  • Complex Spine Protocols: Focused on Quality

    Complex Spine Protocols: Focused on Quality

    Dr. David Antezana explores the evolving field of complex adult spinal deformity surgery.

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