Brain Thoughts is a series of brief, informal talks by neurology experts. Join us for wine, appetizers, and Q&A.
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Please join Dr. Alison Christy as she unravels the mysteries behind Pediatric Acute Flaccid Myelitis
Join Dr. Matt Evans, an epileptologist with Providence Brain and Spine Institute, as he discusses what exactly a seizure is and how it can be treated.
"Caring for Someone with Dementia." Join us at Brain Thoughts for refreshments, an informal presentation, and Q&A in our Center of Excellence Lobby.
"Behind the Scenes with Telehealth Technology." Join us at Brain Thoughts for refreshments, an informal presentation, and Q&A in our Center of Excellence Lobby.
Join Dr. Kenneth Nguyen a Physiatrist at Providence Brain Spine Institute as he discusses common myths about back pain, and how you can help prevent and manage pain
Join Dr. Fawn Wolf, an endocrinologist for the Providence Brain and Spine Institute to learn how your thyroid hormone levels are affected by your diet and how to interpret your labs. Also, learn ho
Providence Brain and Spine Institute's pain management specialist discusses low back pain at the 2017 Fall Symposium: Management of Neurological and Neurosurgical Conditions for the Primary Care Provi
Dr. Oliveria's presentation at Providence Brain and Spine Institute's 2017 Fall Conference: Management of Neurological and Neurosurgical Conditions for the Primary Care Provider