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Providence Spokane Neuroscience Institute is expanding its nationally recognized stroke and cognitive care program with the addition of new providers and services in Spokane.
Pacific Neuroscience Institute clinical study results published in Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease.
Learn more about Dr. Brian Hwang as he joins Providence Mission Hospital's neurosurgery team.
Headache disorders, including migraines, affect more than 50% of people worldwide. Discover how to prevent and manage headache pain.
Primary care providers in Alaska are partnering with dementia experts to increase health equity and access in rural areas.
Get answers and find relief from your back pain with the experienced team at Providence St. Patrick Hospital.
Parkinson’s disease affects more than 1 million people in the U.S. Learn more about the disease.
Stress can impact your heart health. Learn how – and what you can do about it.
New technology and neurosurgery expertise available 24/7
Learn the signs and symptoms of stroke and how to manage your risk.
Parkinson’s disease affects more than 1 million people in the U.S. Learn more about the disease.
Providence Little Company of Mary Medical Center Torrance is the South Bay’s only Joint Commission-certified Comprehensive Stroke Center.
The Clinical Institutes share resources across the seven-state Providence Health system resulting in a high-quality experience for patients, with predictable costs and outcomes.
It’s Alzheimer’s Awareness Month and a reminder that research is needed to find a cure. In the meantime, music can help Alzheimer’s patients. Here’s how.
Randy was rushed to a local hospital, but as the days passed, he still had no feeling below the neck. It was clear that he would need very specialized help.
New technology widens the window for doctors to successfully treat stroke.
You may have more time to get treatment for stroke, but you still need to act quickly to get to the hospital.
Here are some of the most popular reasons people practice inversion therapy today.
Exercise can be helpful whether you have been living with Parkinson’s for a day or for decades.
For such a common behavior, yawning has been the subject of a lot of speculation and not a lot of concrete explanation. It plays both a physiological and sociological role.