Surprise! BOTOX® prevents occurrence of migraine!

If you are in the Palm Beach Gardens area, and suffer from chronic migraine, then contact Palm Beach Neurological Center today to learn more about how BOTOX® treatments may help you.

A Surprising Treatment for Chronic Migraine is BOTOX®

If you are one of over 3 million patients diagnosed with chronic migraine in the US,

Free Screening for Memory Loss at Palm Beach Neurological Center


Palm Beach Neurological Center is providing a Free Screening for Memory Loss Friday, June 13th, 2014.

Statistics show that one third of people over 60 years of age have some problems recalling information or events. One quarter of people over 85 years of age suffer from serious memory loss.

Understanding Memory

Understand Memory More Carefully

There are a number of different processes and levels of understanding when we talk about memory. We don’t simply mean the recollection of childhood events, or how to find our way around. Here we’ll explore these different kinds of memory, and our understanding of them.

Sensory Memory

Sensory memory is remembering how something looks and being able to describe it,

Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group – Eldercare and Dr. Michael Tuchman Palm Beach Gardens

Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support Group – Eldercare and Dr. Michael Tuchman Palm Beach Gardens

Palm Beach Neurological Center is teaming up with Eldercare to provide support to caregivers caring for family and loved ones with Alzheimer’s or Dementia.

As a caregiver for a person with Alzheimer’s or onset of Alzheimer’s, you are facing a lot of emotional and medical challenges. You do not have to do this alone.


Rhonda Skiles, ARNP, NP-C has joined the Palm Beach Neurological team as our Nurse Practitioner. Rhonda has been in the health care field since becoming a registered nurse in 1996. Her background includes neurology, women’s health, preoperative and post-anesthesia care, and child/adolescent psychiatric nursing.

Learn more about Ms. Skiles here.

2013 Alzheimer’s Educational Conference – Success!

Dr. Tuchman spoke at this year’s Annual Alzheimer’s Educational Conference by Alzheimer’s Community Care. The evaluations have been most positive, even though there was a stormy climate those two days. The attendance at the luncheon was over 850 people. Next year’s Annual Alzheimer’s Educational Conference will be held on  March  13 & 14 , 2014 in hopes of avoiding stormy weather once again.

Dr. Michael Tuchman

Knowledge Is Power—Join Together To Support Loved Ones Affected By Alzheimer’s

Caregivers, family members, and friends join together at the 2013 Alzheimer’s Education Conference. Topics will cover how the disease progresses, the most current research, and how to best care for the ones we love that are affected by this destructive memory disorder.

WEST PALM BEACH, FL, May 2nd-3rd, 2013—Dr. Michael Tuchman of Palm Beach Neurological Center will be a guest speaker at the upcoming 2013 Alzheimer’s Educational Conference.

Bell’s Palsy – An Overview

Bell’s Palsy – Causes and Symptoms

One-sided weakness, paralysis and tingling of the facial muscles can be associated with Bell’s Palsy.  The experience and symptoms can be confused with a stroke and can be frightening, prompting a call to a neurologist.  This disorder of the facial nerves can affect females and males of all ages and is possibly associated with a viral infection such as herpes simplex. 

More Caregiver Tips to Tame Stress

Physical Activities for the Caregiver Under Stress

Taking care of someone with dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease or any other degenerative neurological condition can be extremely stressful for the caregiver. Since dementia is an incurable condition which worsens with time, the responsibility and stress on the caregiver also keeps increasing.