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July 18, 2018

A middle-aged woman with Stiff Person Syndrome has success with her treatments at Plasticity Brain Centers

May 10, 2018

These researchers found that the signals from the areas of our brain that control for these types of eye movements were significantly reduced, overall, in the TBI group. They also noted that the speed of the eye movements associated with transitioning from near-to-far (divergence) or far-to-near (convergence) was also decreased in those with TBI.

August 22, 2017

This study demonstrates that there are options available for people have sports-related post-concussion syndrome, who have tried traditional therapies, and have had their condition for 6 months or greater. It also suggests that healing from a concussion and reducing the symptoms associated with post-concussion syndrome can be substantially reduced in less than a week, if patients are treated as individuals, not with generic prot...

The consequences of physical inactivity are far-reaching. Some reports suggest that the health risk associated with lack of frequent and moderate exercise are comparable with that of smoking, obesity, and hypertension. It will even shorten your lifespan (1). But this is not new information. Most people have known this for years, if not decades. However, within the last 15 years, another area of research in exercise science has s...

June 22, 2017

Heiko Braak identified a pattern consisting of six stages of protein deposits in the brain of Parkinson's Disease patients. Each of these stages has been correlated to a clinical presentation. What is often most shocking is the first three stages of Braak's staging, are largely "asymptomatic" to the uninformed individual.  In this article, we will discuss the six stages of Parkinson's Disease and how to ar...

June 18, 2017

In a past post on the history of Parkinson's disease, I discussed a little bit about how we have arrived at our current understanding of this very prevalent neurodegenerative condition. In this blog post, we will discuss how Parkinson's Disease develops from a cellular level, to the functional neurological networks that are affected.