Neurosciences

Post-traumatic headaches are target of Scott & White study

December 27, 2010

Post-traumatic headaches occur after someone has experienced a head injury. Scott & White Healthcare physicians are finding that even with a mild traumatic brain injury a person could begin to experience a substantial, reoccurring headache problem. The great range of sufferers can run from young athletes to victims of traffic accidents, and includes returning war […]

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Scott & White Healthcare offers new fellowship with multi-disciplinary approach to spine and pain medicine

February 3, 2010

Scott & White Healthcare has received approval from the Texas Medical Board for a neurosurgical fellowship program in spine and pain.  The fellowship is one of only a few in the country that includes both spine and pain medicine. “This comprehensive fellowship program will provide a unique educational opportunity for physicians in the field of […]

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Scott & White Healthcare researchers studying ‘Deep Brain Stimulation’ for Parkinson’s disease

January 26, 2010

At Scott & White Memorial Hospital, a multi-disciplinary team of neurosurgeons, neurologists, neurophysiologist, neuropsychologists and a movement disorders specialist are offering hope to some Parkinson’s patients with a treatment called Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS).  DBS involves placing a thin wire that carries electrical currents deep within the brain on Parkinson’s patients who are no longer […]

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Round Rock hospital’s stroke care program awarded certification from The Joint Commission

October 16, 2009

Scott & White Hospital – Round Rock has earned the Gold Seal of Approval™ from The Joint Commission (JCAHO) for Primary Stroke Centers. Scott & White – Round Rock earned this distinction after The Joint Commission conducted an on-site review this month and it’s the only JCAHO Certified Stroke Center serving Williamson County.  In addition, […]

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