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Billie A. Schultz, M.D., and Scott Miller, O.T., present on current clinical research happening in stroke rehabilitation, repetitive facilitative exercise. This is a novel therapy technique that addresses arm weakness after a stroke has occurred.
David O. Warner, M.D., presents Does Anesthesia Hurt Babies' Brains? Why Translational Research is Important (and Difficult).
Eoin P. Flanagan, M.B., B.Ch., discusses his article appearing in the November 2013 issue of Mayo Clinic Proceedings, which suggests that PET scans may give a clue to the underlying etiology in patients with spinal cord disease.
J. D. Bartleson, M.D., explains cervical spinal stenosis and Mayo Clinic's unique approach to treatment and care for patients.
David A. Miller, M.D., a diagnostic radiologist and director of The Joint Commission-certified Comprehensive Stroke Center at Mayo Clinic's campus in Jacksonville, Florida, provides an overview of stroke.
A study by physicians at Mayo Clinic's campus in Arizona, presented at the 2013 American Academy of Neurology conference in San Diego, has determined that tablet computers can be used to review EEG results remotely.
David W. Dodick, M.D., neurologist and concussion expert at Mayo Clinic's campus in Arizona, discusses the consequences of returning to play too soon and offers information on what medical research is exploring.
Bart M. Demaerschalk, M.D., professor of neurology, and medical director of Mayo Clinic Telestroke, and Dwight D. Channer, M.S., Telestroke program manager, discuss the hub-and-spoke model of the stroke telemedicine program.
Jonathan L. Carter, M.D., a neurologist at Mayo Clinic's campus in Phoenix/Scottsdale, Arizona, discusses symptomatic therapies and personalized treatment programs for patients with MS-related walking impairment.