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If You Suffer from High Impact Chronic Pain, Consider PRP Therapy Oct 8th, 2019

High Impact Chronic pain is pain that has lasted 3 months or longer and is accompanied by at least one major activity restriction, such as being unable to work outside the home, go to school, or do household chores. These people report more severe pain, more mental health problems, and...

What Causes a Balance Disorder (And What Can I Do About It)? Sep 3rd, 2019

If you often have bouts of dizziness or the room starts spinning, you could have vertigo or another type of balance disorder. This can be frustrating, frightening, and even dangerous if it happens when you are standing, moving, or driving. Balance disorders have many causes, and a doctor specializing in...

When Your Migraine Warrants a Visit to Your Pain Management Specialist Aug 12th, 2019

More than 30 million people in the United States suffer from migraines. Migraines bring symptoms that can be almost unbearable. If you suffer from these neurological events, you may feel severe throbbing pain, usually on just one side of your head. You may also have nausea, vomiting, and extreme light...

Living With and Managing Chronic Headache Pain Jul 9th, 2019

You’ve tried to “tough it out” when it comes to the all too frequent headaches you endure. The incessant pain and pounding are enough to drive anyone mad. Don’t allow yourself to reach the end of your rope before you seek help. Our team at Michigan Neurology Associates (MNA) has...

Lifestyle Changes You Can Make Now to Prevent Strokes in the Future Jun 18th, 2019

Perhaps you have a family history of stroke, or you might not have practiced the best health habits over the years. There’s still good (and empowering) news that you need to know: You can change the course of your future health and take the reins of the many factors that...

5 Ways to Lower Your Risk of Alzheimer's Disease May 1st, 2019

As you get older, you may worry about developing Alzheimer’s disease or another type of dementia. Alzheimer’s is a progressive and irreversible brain condition that causes people to lose their memory. But it’s not just memory that Alzheimer’s affects: This disease also destroys thinking and learning skills, speech, and the...