Migraines headaches that are characterized by pulsating head pain, usually occurring on one side of the head that can worsen with routine activity.  These attacks are accompanied by a host of symptoms that can include nausea, blurred vision, and sensitivity to light.  Recently conducted research...

Shingles (postherpetic neuralgia) is an increasingly common condition that parallels the aging of our population.  Simply put, shingles is the recurrence of chicken pox in the adult typically after the age of 75 or 80, but we certainly will see 30 and 40-year-olds with it. ...

Headaches are a very common complaint that brings patients to a doctor’s office.  Every patient with headaches deserves a careful evaluation to rule out serious conditions; fortunately, most are benign and not medically worrisome.  However, the majority of patients that suffer from headaches remain poorly...

Diabetes is a leading cause of death and disability in the United States. However, even though it is one of the most common serious diseases, there are aspects of diabetes that are widely misunderstood and/or even ignored.  One of these is diabetic neuropathy. Diabetes has...

Parkinson's Disease is a common degenerative neurological disorder with a specific etiology and a unique set of signs and symptoms including tremor, stiffness, slowed movements and poor balance.  Though there are cases of young people getting Parkinson's Disease and even the very rare occasion of...

Alzheimer’s disease is the most common form of dementia in the United States. We define dementia as the development of memory and thinking problems, progressive in nature, in an otherwise previously healthy adult. There are many reasons to develop dementia; the most likely is Alzheimer’s...

If you are experiencing signs of memory loss, have family and friends who you've noticed changes in, or have a family history of Alzheimer's disease or related illness then take advantage of this FREE Screening and learn about potential new treatment options. Screenings are by appointment...