Eye on Therapy

Updated:   6/14/2013
Contains:  30 items
This collection contains articles from the "Eye on Therapy" department of Neurology Now. Each article from Eye on Therapy looks closely at one treatment for a neurologic condition. Sign up to receive an alert by email or RSS when a new article from Eye on Therapy is added to this collection: Go to the "Collection Alerts" box in the right-hand column.

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Smart Choices: Follow this expert guide to choosing an appropriate disease-modifying therapy for multiple sclerosis

Shaw, Gina

Neurology Now. 13(1):48-53, February/March 2017.

Read our experts' guide to choosing an appropriate disease-modifying therapy for multiple sclerosis.

Wrist Watch: Repetitive hand movements aren't the only cause of carpal tunnel syndrome. Other factors like weight, diabetes, and anatomy play a role.

Dolan, Darrach

Neurology Now. 11(6):52-54, December/January 2015.

Weight, diabetes, and anatomy may play a role in carpal tunnel syndrome.

Beyond Tired: Is chronic fatigue syndrome a real medical condition? Yes, according to a report from the Institute of Medicine, which urges physicians to treat it accordingly.

Dolan, Darrach

Neurology Now. 11(5):60-63, October/November 2015.

The Institute of Medicine identifies specific diagnostic criteria for chronic fatigue syndrome.

Sleep Thief: Restless legs syndrome disrupts more than sleep—it has been linked to heart disease and diabetes, too. Here's how to get the condition under control.

Paturel, Amy

Neurology Now. 11(3):46-48, June/July 2015.

Restless legs syndrome disrupts more than sleep—it has been linked to heart disease and diabetes, too. Experts explain how to get the condition under control.

Take a Stand: A neurologic disorder known as POTS causes dizziness and fainting—and frustration, due to lack of awareness and inadequate treatment.

Paturel, Amy

Neurology Now. 11(1):44-47, February/March 2015.

Why POTS, a neurologic disorder that causes dizziness and fainting, is confounding to diagnose and treat.

Escaping Pain: Diagnosis of nerve entrapment syndromes is challenging, but treatment can spell relief.

Samuels, Stephanie

Neurology Now. 10(5):54-56, October/November 2014.

Diagnosing nerve entrapment syndromes is challenging, but treatment can spell relief from pain.

Recognizing and Preventing Delirium

Paturel, Amy

Neurology Now. 8(6):37, December-january 2012.

Where to go for more information on the topics discussed in this issue of Neurology Now and for a directory of patient advocacy organizations.

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