Doctors stress the importance of evidence-based medicine. So why aren’t more patients having epilepsy surgery?
Individuals who suffer a traumatic brain injury are at increased risk for developing seizures. Here’s an update to the current evidence and implications for monitoring.
Insights from G. Alexander Hishaw, MD
Only a small percentage of patients who may be eligible for it report current use of daily preventive migraine medication. New guidelines may increase access.
By Stephen D. Silberstein, MD
Vitamin D Status in Chronic Myofascial Pain and Associated Neurological Disorders Episodic Migraine Prevention
As low levels of vitamin D are associated with multiple illnesses, new evidence suggests links to neurological diseases.
By Dhanpat Mohnot, MD; Allan V. Kalueff, PhD; VJ DuRapau, Jr., PhD; Sopan Mohnot; Gurdial Arora, PhD; and Adam Michael Stewart, MS
Piriformis syndrome is a neuromuscular condition that remains poorly understood and often misdiagnosed.
By John W. Norbury, MD; Jamie Morris; Kelly M. Warren, PhD, MPT; Adam L Schreiber, DO, MA; Clinton Faulk, MD; Daniel P. Moore, MD; Steven Mandel, MD
A proposed test to measure fine finger control in Parkinson’s is accessible and cost effective. Can it catch on?
By Daniel A. Jones, MD, ABPN, ABSM
In The Pipeline
BG-12 is an oral therapy under regulatory review in the US and Europe for the treatment of MS.