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Practice Growth, Practice Management,

Tracking the Best Medicine

They say laughter is the best medicine. That may be true… if you are laughing while you exercise, because the health benefits of a good workout are undisputed. Many of exercise’s benefits, particularly for neurology patients, are hard for available medical treatments to match. Exercise is associated with decreased cardiovascular mortality, including stroke. It may…

Mind-Muscle Connection

This newsletter focuses on the impact of BMI and exercise on the prevention of dementia. As the population ages, concerns over cognitive decline are growing. Offering solutions that patients can incorporate into their lives can be of great benefit to them. Select one of the methods below for distributing the newsletter. PDF Version This is…
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Clinical Applications, Health & Wellness, Practice Growth, Practice Management, Today's Neurologist,

The Top Three Reasons You Should Care About Integrative Neurology

Neurologist Sarah Mulukutla, MD, MPH, says her path to integrative neurology began with a search to cure her own debilitating headaches. “When I was 25 years old, I developed chronic migraine, seemingly out of nowhere.” Her tests were all negative and she says, “the physicians I went to said everything seemed alright.” But there she…