June-july 2012 - Volume 8 - Issue 3
pp: 6-48

From the Editor

Letters: PDF Only

The Waiting Room

Living Well

Resource Central

Photo Essay

Rosanne Cash

10-Year Ache: Singer Rosanne Cash on living with Chiari I malformation and syringomyelia.

Farley, Todd

Neurology Now . 8(3):18-22, June-july 2012.

Rosanne Cash, Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter, author, and eldest daughter of the legendary Johnny Cash, lived with devastating headaches for much of her adult life. After nearly a decade of uncertainty, she was diagnosed and treated for a Chiari I malformation and syringomyelia. Though recovery from surgery has been difficult, she is putting the years of ache behind her.



Your Neurologist Has Sleep Apnea: When doctors are patients, what do they do?

Avitzur, Orly

Neurology Now . 8(3):31-37, June-july 2012.

When the doctor is also the patient, what does she do? Hear from neurologists and sleep specialists as they detail their firsthand experience with obstructive sleep apnea—from diagnosis to treatment—and discuss why you owe it to yourself (and your bed partner) to get treated. Their advice will help you breathe easier.

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