1. Treating Parkinson’s with Physical Therapy

    Parkinson's physical therapy exercises improve balance, coordination, strength By Karen Hales, Neurology Solutions Contributing Writer Parkinson’s Disease (PD) has a wide range of symptoms that generally begin with tremor, stiffness, and slowing of movement. As the disease progresses, PD motor sy…Read More

  2. Preparing for Your Neurologist Appointment

    Take control of your condition by being an active participant in your healthcare By Karen Hales, Neurology Solutions Contributing Writer Receiving or awaiting a diagnosis of a potentially debilitating movement disorder can bring about a sense of unease and uncertainty. Many patients may become overw…Read More

  3. Movement Disorders require Specialized Care

    By Karen Hales, Neurology Solutions Contributing Writer Movement disorders are complex diseases with physical and psychological symptoms that can affect not only the patient, but those close to them. Neurological conditions like Parkinson’s disease, ataxia, dystonia, Huntington’s disease, tremor…Read More

  4. 10 tips for at home fall prevention

    By Neurology Solutions As people age, muscle degeneration occurs, and strength, and thus balance, becomes impaired. People who lead a sedentary lifestyle can lose about half their strength and about 40% of their muscle, which leads to a loss of balance as well. The risk of falling and severity of in…Read More

  5. Stroke and stroke prevention: 5 things to know

    By Neurology Solutions Stroke is one of the leading--and preventable--causes of death in the United States. Stroke can happen to people of all ages at any time. Understanding your stroke risk, how to recognize a stroke, stroke symptoms in women, stroke prevention and treatment is vital to helping co…Read More