Joint study between DHMC Neurology, LoveYourBrain Foundation finds benefit in specialized yoga program for MS patients
The study showed that the program improved fatigue, positive affect, and anxiety among MS patients, and has potential to be a viable complementary, community-based therapy model for MS.
DHMC one of just 37 nationwide, only Center of Excellence in northern New England
DHMC nationally recognized for commitment to improving cardiac arrest survival rates and stroke care
American Heart Association presents Get With The Guidelines awards for proven dedication to ensuring in-hospital cardiac arrest, stroke patients have access to best practices and life-saving care
April 14 Webinar to Offer Information on Surgery that may Help People with Parkinson’s, Other Movement Disorders
Deep brain stimulation (DBS) is a surgical treatment to reduce tremors and block involuntary movements.
First Procedure for Groundbreaking Epilepsy Surgery Trial Performed at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
The START study is a collaboration of DHMC, the Yale School of Medicine and the Mayo Clinic.
This Epilepsy Awareness Month, Dartmouth-Hitchcock will Host a Virtual Event to Increase Understanding of this Group of Neurological Disorders
D-H neurologist George P. Thomas, MD, PhD, to address common questions about epilepsy
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