A possible brain tumor diagnosis comes with many questions and concerns. But there is hope, and help, from neuro-oncology. A neuro-oncologist is a doctor who receives special training to treat both the cancer and the neurologic side effects that patients experience. Read more here and watch KGW's recent Wellness Watch with Dr. Ricky Chen from Providence Brain and Spine Institute/Providence Cancer Institute
See how a Providence patient is adjusting after the brain surgery that helped treat his Parkinson's disease.
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Meet Dr. Ryan Thompson, our newest Physiatrist, and learn how Physiatry can help your patients.
Dr. Rahul Singh, neurosurgeon with The Oregon Clinic, joins Providence Brain and Spine Institute this month. Learn more about him and his practice.
Dr. Tracy Sax explains changes in care delivery across our neurology clinics, while Dr. Julia Toub shares what telehealth has done for epilepsy patient care.
Functional Neurosurgery Director, Dr. Seth Oliveria, gives a brief overview of minimally-invasive stereotactic laser ablation treatment.
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Dementia Teamwork: Prioritizing Self Care and Support While Caring for Someone with Dementia. Get tips and resources for your loved ones from a cognitive neurologist and palliative care social worker.
Dr. Elise Anderson, Co-Medical Director of Providence Movement Disorder Center, shares these quick, useful ways to work up a patient presenting with tremor.
Gayla Beyer, F.N.P., has joined the Providence Epilepsy Center where she hopes to help patients "through the lens of mind-body-spirit, meeting them where they are."