After surgery to remove a tumor from her spine, Juanita Fugere had one goal: to walk unassisted into her follow-up appointment with her surgeon Naser Jaleel, MD, which she did.
Dartmouth-Hitchcock Neurologist is First in New England – and one of Handful Nationally – to Calibrate Deep Brain Stimulation Device Remotely
D-H neurologist Anas Hannoun, MD, adjusted patient’s deep brain stimulation device via telemedicine with immediate positive results
The program is an effort to improve outcomes for underserved people with epilepsy through clinician education and strategies for addressing social determinants of health.
Neurology Chair Barbara Jobst, MD, to Lead Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Study
Thanks to the partnership between CHaD Pediatric Neurologist Richard P. Morse, MD, and Olivia's mom, Elizabeth, she is able to thrive living with GLUT1 DS, a rare genetic condition.
A 24/7 service helps keep patients, families close to home.
While epileptic seizures and non-epileptic episodes appear similar, trained neurologists can recognize the subtle differences between the two.
HOBSCOTCH (Home Based Self-Management and Cognitive Training Changes Lives) is a telehealth behavioral program that targets memory and thinking problems in people living with epilepsy.
Barry Rhodes of Jaffrey, NH, lived with the torment of migraines for years until he came to the Headache Center at Dartmouth-Hitchcock and found a treatment that works.