Wordle, the beloved online word game, is played by millions of people daily. Games like this one that stimulate the brain are beneficial to our cognitive health in several ways.
An acquired neurological condition, aphasia is a disorder that affects the parts of the brain associated with communication. Isabel Baldwin, a speech language pathologist, explains.
Stroke survivors may not know where to start as they enter their recovery. Cecilia Ransom, MD, has suggestions on where to begin and how to be successful.
Being diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease can be overwhelming. Rochester Regional Health forms communities for patients & their loved ones to support one another.
Spinal stenosis occurs when the spinal canal narrows and often causes back or nerve-related pain. Learn the symptoms and treatment from an orthopaedic spine surgeon.
Dr. Petraglia, a neurosurgeon at Rochester Regional Health, gives safety tips for warm weather and outdoor activities.
Strokes can happen quickly and usually without warning. Dr. Christopher Deline, System Stroke Medical Director, discusses the key steps to take if you think you or someone else may be having a stroke.
Feeling anxious or uneasy about returning to normal as the pandemic ends? Dr. Garry Spink of Rochester Regional Health provides 3 tips to help cope.
How can you reduce your risk of stroke and what are the common signs to look for? We asked Stroke Center specialist Dr. Chris Burke.
Dr. David Gill provides insights on the serious neurological complications that patients with COVID-19 may experience, including weakness and stroke.
Dr. Jennifer Gargano explains how the coronavirus pandemic impacts chronic pain patients and what patients can do improve their lives.
Taking care of our bodies and minds is important at every age. During Men’s Health Month, we break down the recommended health screenings for men across all age groups.
Over the course of a few months, Rob Pinson went from relatively healthy to undergoing cancer treatment. The staff at the Lipson Cancer Institute were there for him every step of the way.
Strokes are among the top 3 causes of death for women in the United States. If you know the risks, you have a better chance at reducing or preventing your risk of stroke.