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Here’s a brain fact for you this weekend – Neurons send information to your brain at more than 149/mph!
A great piece from Brain & Life Magazine looking at how six neurologic conditions (Alzheimer's disease, epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and stroke) manifest in women and how that has contributed to sex-specific approaches to diagnosis, treatment, and management. https://bit.ly/3BoWJS6
Headaches are unpleasant pains in your head that can cause pressure and aching. Migraine is an extremely painful primary headache disorder and usually produces symptoms that are more intense and debilitating, such as nausea, temporary vision loss, pain behind one eye or ear. https://bit.ly/3ruplot
It can be difficult to explain to a child that you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a neurologic disorder. Brain & Life Magazine sat down with the experts to explore tips on how to keep communication open: https://bit.ly/3Ly6st5
Keeping detailed records of migraine and headache episodes can help your treatment. Here are some tips of what to keep note of and share with your neurologist on your next visit. You can print your own calendar from our website here: https://bit.ly/3LwipQ4
April is #ParkinsonsAwarenessMonth. Nearly one million people in the U.S. are living with Parkinson's disease. How much do you know about this central nervous system disorder? Take a look at these facts and stats from the Parkinson's Foundation: https://bit.ly/2XbyFCF #KnowMorePD
Round and round and round they go! How do figure skaters pull off so many spins without getting woozy? 😵‍💫 Read more: https://cnn.it/35qdiSa
Friday brain fact 🧠 60% of the human brain is made of fat. Not only does that make it the fattiest organ in the human body, but these fatty acids are crucial for your brain’s performance. Make sure you’re fueling it appropriately with healthy, brain-boosting nutrients.

Foods like salmon, blueberries, leafy greens, pistachios, and eggs are all great options!
An acquired brain injury (ABI) is an injury to the brain that is not hereditary, congenital, degenerative, or induced by birth trauma and is the umbrella term for all brain injuries. There are two types of acquired brain injury: traumatic and non-traumatic. We hope this information is helpful during #BrainInjuryAwarenessMonth. https://bit.ly/3ruplot
On the last day of #BrainInjuryAwarenessMonth here’s a wonderful webinar from the Brain Injury Association of America on resilience and strategies on coping with your brain injury. Watch below: https://bit.ly/3sZ6CDr
Happy #NationalDoctorsDay! We celebrate our doctors today and every day. We thank you for your relentless efforts and selfless service 💚
Do you struggle with sleep? Whether you're not getting enough, struggling with excessive sleep, or disturbed breathing while you sleep there are many reasons you should meet with a board-certified sleep specialist. Take this quick sleep assessment quiz to determine if you would benefit from a consultation: https://bit.ly/3KtlSPC

Texas Neurology is committed to providing the most comprehensive neurological care, consultative services, and long-term management services and care to our patients.

We are committed to utilizing the most advanced medical technology available, and our physicians are active in clinical research focused on the treatment of neurological disorders. Learn more at www.texasneurology.com.

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04/16/2022

Here’s a brain fact for you this weekend – Neurons send information to your brain at more than 149/mph!

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A great piece from Brain & Life Magazine looking at how six neurologic conditions (Alzheimer's disease, epilepsy, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's disease and stroke) manifest in women and how that has contributed to sex-specific approaches to diagnosis, treatment, and management. https://bit.ly/3BoWJS6

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Headaches are unpleasant pains in your head that can cause pressure and aching. Migraine is an extremely painful primary headache disorder and usually produces symptoms that are more intense and debilitating, such as nausea, temporary vision loss, pain behind one eye or ear. https://bit.ly/3ruplot

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It can be difficult to explain to a child that you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a neurologic disorder. Brain & Life Magazine sat down with the experts to explore tips on how to keep communication open: https://bit.ly/3Ly6st5

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Keeping detailed records of migraine and headache episodes can help your treatment. Here are some tips of what to keep note of and share with your neurologist on your next visit. You can print your own calendar from our website here: https://bit.ly/3LwipQ4

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April is . Nearly one million people in the U.S. are living with Parkinson's disease. How much do you know about this central nervous system disorder? Take a look at these facts and stats from the Parkinson's Foundation: https://bit.ly/2XbyFCF

04/02/2022

Round and round and round they go! How do figure skaters pull off so many spins without getting woozy? 😵‍💫 Read more: https://cnn.it/35qdiSa

04/01/2022

Friday brain fact 🧠 60% of the human brain is made of fat. Not only does that make it the fattiest organ in the human body, but these fatty acids are crucial for your brain’s performance. Make sure you’re fueling it appropriately with healthy, brain-boosting nutrients.

Foods like salmon, blueberries, leafy greens, pistachios, and eggs are all great options!

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An acquired brain injury (ABI) is an injury to the brain that is not hereditary, congenital, degenerative, or induced by birth trauma and is the umbrella term for all brain injuries. There are two types of acquired brain injury: traumatic and non-traumatic. We hope this information is helpful during . https://bit.ly/3ruplot

Butch Alterman Webinar: Resilience & Moving Forward After Brain Injury 03/31/2022

Butch Alterman Webinar: Resilience & Moving Forward After Brain Injury

On the last day of here’s a wonderful webinar from the Brain Injury Association of America on resilience and strategies on coping with your brain injury. Watch below: https://bit.ly/3sZ6CDr

Butch Alterman Webinar: Resilience & Moving Forward After Brain Injury Brain Injury shakes the foundation of who we are. Rebuilding our lives requires resilience. In this webinar, Carole will weave together stories from her own brain injury journey and resilience research. The result will be strategies anyone can use to move forward after adversity.

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Happy ! We celebrate our doctors today and every day. We thank you for your relentless efforts and selfless service 💚

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Do you struggle with sleep? Whether you're not getting enough, struggling with excessive sleep, or disturbed breathing while you sleep there are many reasons you should meet with a board-certified sleep specialist. Take this quick sleep assessment quiz to determine if you would benefit from a consultation: https://bit.ly/3KtlSPC

What happens when you have a concussion? - Clifford Robbins 03/24/2022

What happens when you have a concussion? - Clifford Robbins

Each year in the United States, players of sports and recreational activities receive between 2.5 and 4 million concussions. How dangerous are all those concussions? The answer is complicated and lies in how the brain responds when something strikes it. TED-Ed looks at the science behind concussions: https://bit.ly/2EvCsj0

What happens when you have a concussion? - Clifford Robbins Each year in the United States, players of sports and recreational activities receive between 2.5 and 4 million concussions. How dangerous are all those concussions? The answer is complicated and lies in how the brain responds when something strikes it. Clifford Robbins explains the science behind c...

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Next Saturday is the Fort Worth event! Walk with your family around your neighborhood, gather your team for a socially distanced stroll through the park or get together with friends. No matter how you celebrate, the Walk MS community will be with you every step of the way! Learn more here: https://bit.ly/3CMcbIP Walk MS National Multiple Sclerosis Society

11 Surprising Health Benefits of Sleep 03/20/2022

11 Surprising Health Benefits of Sleep

It’s the last day of . Why is sleep so important? Here are 11 important reasons from Health: https://bit.ly/3sXxgfV

11 Surprising Health Benefits of Sleep How sleep benefits your heart, weight, mind, and more.

Why Does Your Body Twitch As You're Falling Asleep? 03/18/2022

Why Does Your Body Twitch As You're Falling Asleep?

Today is – have you ever caught yourself drifting off only to be woken by a full-body twitch or jerk? Here’s why that happens and what it means, from TIME: https://bit.ly/3CxBSN3

Why Does Your Body Twitch As You're Falling Asleep? Here’s what you need to know about "hypnic jerks"

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Sleep hygiene is a term that includes both the bedroom environment and sleep-related habits. Optimizing sleep hygiene can play an important role in addressing sleep insufficiency.

Here are some helpful tips that could help you get your best sleep:

💤 Block out light and drown out noise
💤 Scents like lavender can help create a calming environment
💤 Avoid eating heavy and/or spicy meals later in the day
💤 Be active and increase your exposure to sunlight
💤 Give yourself 30 minutes to wind down each night (stretch, read, try meditation, etc.)

What helps you get better sleep? https://bit.ly/3KtlSPC

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It’s 💤 Insufficient sleep and poor quality sleep can be due to diverse factors including sleep disorders, medical conditions, and mental health. Sleep issues affect people of all ages, and the impacts can be far-reaching.

Take this sleep assessment quiz to determine if you should schedule a consultation with one of our board-certified sleep specialists. National Sleep Foundation https://bit.ly/3KtlSPC

Ways to Cope with a Loved One’s Personality Shift 03/10/2022

Ways to Cope with a Loved One’s Personality Shift

With a neurologic condition like traumatic brain injury, it's not uncommon to see personality shifts. Brain & Life Magazine wrote a great piece on how to cope with the changes: https://bit.ly/3LotymI

Ways to Cope with a Loved One’s Personality Shift By continuing to use our site, you agree to the Terms of Use and acknowledge that you’ve read our Privacy Policy. Also, this site uses cookies. Some are essential to make our site work properly, others perform functions more fully described in our Privacy Policy. By continuing to use our site, you...

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We are looking forward to participating in this year's on March 26 in Frisco, TX. Learn more about how you can support those living with and get involved! https://bit.ly/35Y1PsP

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We are proud to announce the newest addition to the Texas Neurology team - Dr. Rabia Jamy!

Dr. Jamy earned her medical degree from The Aga Khan University Karachi, Pakistan. She completed her neurology residency at the UAB - The University of Alabama at Birmingham and fellowship at UT Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. Jamy currently practices general neurology and psychiatry and is ECFMG certified. https://bit.ly/3IOjOkb

Why Do We Dream? A New Theory on How It Protects Our Brains 03/03/2022

Why Do We Dream? A New Theory on How It Protects Our Brains

Why do we dream? A question as old as time and some researchers think we’re closer than ever before to knowing why! Read about the latest theory from neuroscientists on why we dream and how dreams may actually protect our brain. Full article in TIME: https://bit.ly/3KBZu75

Why Do We Dream? A New Theory on How It Protects Our Brains "Dreams are primarily visual precisely because this is the only sense that is disadvantaged by darkness."

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We're just a few days away from kicking off Brain Injury Awareness Month. Throughout March we'll be sharing resources and helpful information to raise awareness and educate our community. You can get involved by following along with the Brain Injury Association of America: https://bit.ly/2HpzXBa

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Your doctor may recommend a neurological exam with a specialist (neurologist) if you have unexplained symptoms that could be related to the brain or nervous system. Some of the most common reasons physicians refer patients to a neurologist include:

•Muscle spasms or tics
•Sudden loss of sight
•Persistent or sudden onset of a headache
•Loss of feeling or tingling
•Forgetfulness
•Weakness or loss of muscle strength

You can read more FAQs on our website at the link below or feel free to drop a comment with any questions! https://bit.ly/3ruplot

I'm participating in Walk MS®️ 02/24/2022

I'm participating in Walk MS®️

The Walk MS: Dallas 2022 is a month away. Visit the Team Texas Neurology page and make a donation to help us reach our goal of $5,000!
https://mssociety.donordrive.com/team/Texas-Neurology

I'm participating in Walk MS®️ You can help support groundbreaking research, provide life-changing services and guarantee a supportive community for those who need it most. Please support me with a donation to Walk MS to help create a world free of MS!

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At the Texas Neurology Infusion Clinic, we provide comprehensive infusion services to patients who require frequent infusions of medications, including those with central lines. While we specialize in neurological disorders such as CIDP, MS, MG, migraine, and others, we also infuse patients who have other conditions such as osteoporosis, rheumatoid arthritis (RA), and more. Call (214) 827 -3610 ext. 5 or log into your Patient Portal to schedule your appointment today! https://bit.ly/3fAQZuF

EEG (Electroencephalogram): Purpose, Procedure, and Risks 02/20/2022

EEG (Electroencephalogram): Purpose, Procedure, and Risks

At Texas Neurology, one of the tests we offer is an EEG (also known as Electrical Activity or Response Tests Electroencephalogram). An EEG records the brain's continuous electrical activity through electrodes attached to the scalp. It is used to help diagnose structural disease of the brain and episodes such as seizures, fainting, or blacking out.

Read more about the history of this exam and what neurological conditions may require this testing. https://bit.ly/3fD9kqG

EEG (Electroencephalogram): Purpose, Procedure, and Risks An EEG is a test that measures your brain waves and helps detect abnormal brain activity. The results of an EEG can be used to rule out or confirm medical conditions.

02/18/2022

Friday brain fact 🧠 Short-term memory lasts about 20-30 seconds due to our brain's capacity for holding small amounts of info in the active mind. The brain keeps this information in an available state for easy access for about a minute and a half.

MS Study That Spans Decades Indicates Patients Benefit from ... : Neurology Today 02/16/2022

MS Study That Spans Decades Indicates Patients Benefit from ... : Neurology Today

A multiple sclerosis (MS) study spanning 25 years found that patients benefit from earlier diagnosis and treatment. Thanks to enhanced criteria for detection of MS, neurologists have been able to diagnose sooner, start treatment sooner, and have lowered the likelihood of serious disability for patients. Read more about the study in Neurology Today: https://bit.ly/3GaXrUu

MS Study That Spans Decades Indicates Patients Benefit from ... : Neurology Today An abstract is unavailable.

North Texas’ Premier Provider of Neurological Services

Texas Neurology has delivered high quality and personalized neurological care to patients for over 30 years. After initially opening as the Dallas Neurological Clinic in 1989 we have evolved under a new name with multiple providers and service locations. Texas Neurology is founded on the philosophy of providing innovative neurological care combined with skill, extensive experience and compassion.

Our team of experts is dedicated to providing long-term care to patients with chronic neurological disorders, treatment, and care for various disorders such as Headaches, Multiple Sclerosis, Stroke, Parkinson's Disease, Sleep Disorders, Epilepsy, Lou Gehrig’s disease (ALS), Alzheimer's/Dementia, movement disorders, Neuromuscular conditions such as CIDP and more.

The Texas Neurology team is committed to delivering quality care as well as developing new medicines and cures through ongoing research programs at our MDA/ALS Center, Comprehensive Epilepsy Clinic, Headache Institute, Multiple Sclerosis Center, Sleep Disorders Center, and Diagnostic Imaging Center. Our physicians utilize the most advanced medical technology available and are active in clinical research focused on the treatment of neurological disorders. We welcome you to get in touch with us with any questions or concerns!

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6080 N Central Expy, Ste 100
Dallas, TX
75206-5202

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