Monthly Archives: February 2014

Noran Neurological Clinic Earns Esteemed 2013 Angie’s List Super Service Award

Noran Clinic has earned the service industry’s coveted Angie’s List Super Service Award, reflecting an exemplary year of service provided to members of the consumer review service in 2013. “Only about 5 percent of the companies Noran Clinic competes with … Continue reading

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Wonder what it means to have Shingles?

Many people have heard of shingles, and primarily think of it as an type of rash or illness that affects adults.  However, you may not know that it is actually related to Chickenpox, even if from many years ago, and … Continue reading

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Free Patient Education Program for People With Seizure Disorder and Their Families

Noran Neurological Clinic’s neurologists are excited to announce a series of patient and family seizure education programs scheduled for March and April.  If you or a loved one are affected by seizure disorder, please bring your family and join us at … Continue reading

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Dr. Sethna Speaks to the MS Society Midwest Chapter on the MS Society’s Research Pipeline

Dr. Sethna, one of Noran Neurological Clinic’s neurologists with a special interest in MS, briefly discusses current research in Multiple Sclerosis.  Find his interview with the MS Society Midwest Chapter here: http://www.nationalmssociety.org/chapters/mnm/msconnectionnews/research/research-pipeline-archives/dr-michael-sethna/index.aspx

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Sjogren’s Syndrome: What is it and why am I being tested for it?

Another test that sometimes comes up when you visit a neurologist is a blood test for Sjogren’s Syndrome.  If you are being seen for numbness and tingling, weakness, or even eye issues, the doctor takes into considerations your history and … Continue reading

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From The New York Times: Study Finds Changes in Brains of Hockey Players Who Had Concussions

A recent article in The New York Times by Jeff Z. Klein explores a recent study using MRI to evaluate concussion in hockey players.  According to the article, the study’s MRI scans “found microscopic white matter and inflammatory changes in … Continue reading

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Curious about why your doctor is testing you for Lyme Disease?

One of the tests common to many neurological evaluations is a test for Lyme Disease. Surprisingly for many, some of the symptoms of Lyme Disease are primarily neurological in nature.  You may be coming in for a particular symptom, and Lyme … Continue reading

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