Monthly Archives: April 2012

TBI and the Healing Power of Art

“Whack’ed” Exhibit Artist Featured on CNN A journalist shares her story of how she survived and thrived after a life changing bicycle accident. Art and painting helped her work through and conquer the consequences of a traumatic brain injury….read on … Continue reading

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Did you know?

Did you know that you have access to a summary of your chart, the ability to send your doctor a message, and the ability to request an appointment online? My Noran Clinic offers these options and more.  It is easy … Continue reading

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Growth Factor Gene Transfer May Improve Alzheimer’s

Researchers completed a transfer of growth factor which showed  reversal of some memory deficits.  Read more…

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Senior Fall Prevention

Do you have an elderly relative or friend that is unsteady or has balance problems? A fall and blow to the head can be serious and have lasting effects. Learn how to prevent falls at home and in daily life…. … Continue reading

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Introduction to Noran’s services

Noran Neurological Clinic offers a variety of services.  Here is an introduction to a few of them. Sleep Center The Noran Clinic Sleep Center offers expert evaluation of sleep disorders such as sleep apnea, insomnia, narcolepsy, parasomnias, restless leg syndrome … Continue reading

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Treatment of Multiple Sclerosis at the Noran Clinic

When you’re diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), you may feel disoriented at first – struggling with anxiety and sadness, fear and anger, even denial. It can be a difficult time, calling upon all your resources. Yet there is every reason … Continue reading

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What is Neurology?

Many neurology patients don’t realize the full extent of what neurology covers.  Neurology is the field of medicine that studies the nervous system – the brain, spinal cord and the body’s complex network of nerves.  Illness or injury can affect … Continue reading

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Personal Seizure Diary

This personal seizure diary can be used to track your seizure activity.  Recording this information is helpful to your physician as part of your treatment plan.  Feel free to print as many copies as you need. SEIZURE DIARY

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Multiple Sclerosis and Exercise

Can exercise ease the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis? Here are some tips & examples of exercises that could benefit people with MS…read more

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Do you know your Body Mass Index?

Body Mass Index (BMI) is a useful measure to assess whether your body weight is below or above what is normal according to your height and weight.  Low BMI can be associated with anemia and a weakened immune system.  High … Continue reading

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