Tag: neurology

Kush Goyal, MD | Cleveland Clinic Center for Spine Health
Treating Hearing and Balance Issues at Penn Medicine

Treating Hearing and Balance Issues at Penn Medicine

By Bryan Wright 1 Comment January 3, 2020

(inspiring music) – If it’s happening or available in ENT, it’s happening at Penn. There isn’t a technology, surgical piece of equipment, or radiologic assessment out there that we don’t have. – Hearing aids, cochlear implants, Baha implantable hearing devices, and new hybrid devices, we’re always on the cutting edge of technology. – We have […]

Physician Assistant: Nicholas M. Hudak, PA-C
Epilepsy Questions – What are common side effects of medicines?
Epilepsy Questions – If my medicines aren’t working, what other treatment options do I have?
Skull Base Surgery at Penn Medicine

Skull Base Surgery at Penn Medicine

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 5, 2019

– Skull based surgery is incredibly difficult because of all the vital structures, both nerves and blood vessels, that course through the skull base to and from the brain. In order to treat diseases of the skull base, most commonly tumors, you need somebody who’s doing this every week to develop the technical skills, expertise […]

AUAA… Episode 66 – Slowing Down Dementia – Penn State Health

AUAA… Episode 66 – Slowing Down Dementia – Penn State Health

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment December 4, 2019

>>Thanks so much for watching Ask Us Anything About Slowing Down Dementia from Penn State Health. I’m Scott Gilbert. When an individual is diagnosed with dementia, a lot of questions surface immediately. They may wonder, ‘How long will I live?’, ‘How will it affect my lifestyle?’, and ‘Is there a cure?’. Now, unfortunately, the answer […]

Encephalitis – My Brain and Medicine 2019 – Sue’s Story

Encephalitis – My Brain and Medicine 2019 – Sue’s Story

By Bryan Wright 3 Comments December 3, 2019

Hello everybody, my name is Sue Overton and I’ve been invited to tell you about my lived experience – so that’s what I’m going to spend a couple of minutes talking about. 2 years ago, to the day, was the day that I contracted shingles and it got up to mischief. And so – at […]

2016 Physician of the Year – Rafael Llinas, M.D., Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

2016 Physician of the Year – Rafael Llinas, M.D., Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment November 23, 2019

[MUSIC] I’ve been at Johns Hopkins Baby Medical Center for 16 years. And I’m presently the chairman of Johns Hopkins Baby Medical Center neurology department. I am most proud of my ability to connect with the people that I see in that clinic. I think it’s really important when you have someone who’s come in […]

UR Medicine Neurosurgery – Jim’s Story

UR Medicine Neurosurgery – Jim’s Story

By Bryan Wright 0 Comment November 22, 2019

(soft acoustic music) – If you go to Cortland, there isn’t a person in Cortland that doesn’t know the chief. He retired almost 10 years ago, in 2017 he started to have tremors and confusion and panic attacks. His muscles were getting so weak that he would have to literally crawl up the stairs. And […]