Monthly Archives: December 2013

Family Fit Lifestyle Month

Many people start out the new year with a resolution for themselves to lose those pounds that have accrued over the last year – or sometimes just over the holidays.  However, January is Family Fit Lifestyle month, and a great … Continue reading

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Welcome Doctor Ann Tienor

Doctor Ann Tienor earned her medical degree from the University of Minnesota Medical School.  She completed her neurology residency training at the University of Iowa, Hospitals and Clinics in 2012 followed by headache medicine fellowship training at Loyola University Medical … Continue reading

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Is this a headache to be concerned about? Should I see a doctor?

Most people experience a headache at some point in their lifetimes.  It might be related to lack of sleep, a temporary illness like the flu or sinus congestion from a cold, an unusually stressful situation, etc.  However, for some people … Continue reading

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Snow Shoveling Safely

Wintertime in the Midwest is here, and so is the snow!  Many of us have already been out and shoveling our driveways or sidewalks in the last weeks, but are you being safe about it?  Shoveling snow is a weight lifting exercise … Continue reading

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Winter Weather and MS symptoms

  With the recent drop in Minnesota temperatures and dustings of snow, we know that winter is here!  With it comes more cold, snow, and all the good and bad that accompany the winter season. It is common for people who … Continue reading

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Have you discussed snoring or other sleep concerns with your dentist lately?

Neurologists board certified in sleep medicine can work with your dentist to evaluate, diagnose, and treat sleep disorders.  Oftentimes, your dentist is a first line identifier of symptoms that may indicate an underlying obstructive apnea or other sleep problem.  They … Continue reading

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