Why Healthcare Providers Do NOT Like ACA (Obamacare)

By all accounts, the ACA has been an amazing success since it’s passage a few years ago. Although the “media” portrays the ACA as a boon for doctors and hospitals, in reality, it has been a money loser for most doctors. Although more people have “insurance”, their annual deductibles are … Continue reading

Insurance companies and their stronghold on healthcare

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a progressive, disabling, neurological disease which is probably one of the most difficult diagnosis to confirm.  Once confirmed, it is an extremely challenging condition to treat effectively. One can classify treatment for MS into 3 broad categories – Disease Modifying Therapies, Symptom Management, and Relapse Management. … Continue reading

How do you become a Neurologist?

A Neurologist is a physician, who has completed a bachelor’s degree, followed by medical school, and then specialized in Neurology. This typically takes 12 years after high school. After a neurology residency is completed, certification is achieved by taking a written and oral exam, known as the Neurology Boards. Passing … Continue reading

Fun Neurology Facts : Where does your spinal cord end?

The spinal cord is the part of the central nervous system, which carries information between your body and the bran. You may have heard of people involved in a football injury, and then are unable to walk.  This is because the spinal cord was damaged during the injury, which leads … Continue reading