A veteran epileptologist shares how pandemic-spurred virtual visits have brought her closer to her patients and yielded other unexpected benefits.Read More
Cortical mapping with navigated TMS offers entirely noninvasive evaluation for epilepsy surgery with the potential to yield important evidence not gained by other methods.
Although prompted by the pandemic, virtual SMAs are likely to persist long-term for the sometimes marginalized and isolated population of patients with FMDs.
Managing delirium in the context of COVID-19 is similar to the approach in other settings, but there are some notable differences. An experienced neurointensivist shares insights.
Front-line physicians are working behind the scenes with IT and coders to translate federal telehealth policies and waivers into electronic workflows that are clinician-friendly, while still ensuring proper documentation of care that meets clinical communication needs and supports reimbursement.
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The pandemic has shifted a good bit of rehabilitation care at Cleveland Clinic Children’s online. The results have been smoother than expected. A lead physiatrist shares tips and learnings.
Leaders of our rehabilitation and sports therapy program share how they’re responding to patients’ most frequent questions about keeping PT safe and effective during a pandemic.
A multicenter group of stroke experts has published guidance for optimizing care for virus-infected individuals while maintaining ideal stroke management and protecting stroke clinicians.
The risk of stroke is up to 2.5 times higher in racial and ethnic minorities than in the general population. That’s why we created our Minority Stroke Program to enhance community outreach efforts.
Our Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis has been promoting wellness practices and stress management for years. As patient needs spike during the pandemic, virtual visits are ensuring continuity of care.
More than three-quarters of children with intractable migraine who try the therapy have obtained relief and come back every three months for another round. We share learnings from our experience to date.