Pregnant With Migraine? Here's How to Manage.
For many women, migraine is a part of the entire pregnancy package. While it can feel overwhelming, there are ways to manage pain and discomfort. Dr. Olivia Begasse De Dhaem of Stamford Health explores in the blog.
Delirium in Older Adults: The Good, the Bad and the Hopeful
Delirium is an actual medical diagnosis that impacts around 2.6 million adults over 65 every year. Dr. Tzivia Moreen of Stamford Health discusses in our blog.
On the Brain: What's a Subdural Bleed?
Subdural bleeds can now be cured with minimally invasive treatment, avoiding brain surgery. Learn more from Dr. Todd Miller at Stamford Health.
Alzheimer’s: Caring for Yourself and Loved Ones
Alzheimer’s disease and dementia are cunning and baffling. Dr. Allison Ostroff of Stamford Health offers guidance for caregivers in this blog.
Alexandra's Story (Severe Facial Pain)
Alexandra coped with decades of chronic facial pain that all began after a car accident. Learn about her journey over the years and how Stamford Health's Pain Management Center helped her regain the life she deserves.
On the Brain: All About Brain Aneurysms
What exactly is a brain aneurysm, and what happens to someone experiencing a brain aneurysm? Dr. Miller tells all.
Kara's Story (Chronic Fibromyalgia Pain)
After nearly three decades of “chasing a cure” for her fibromyalgia pain, Kara is well on her way to living the life she wants. Learn about her treatment with Stamford Health’s Pain Management Center.
Paul's Story (Fall and Spinal Cord Injury)
Paul never expected a stay in a Vermont house to result in a spinal cord injury and years of chronic pain. Read about his journey with Stamford Health’s Pain Management Center.
Thrombectomy: Stroke Procedure & Treatment
Our Thrombectomy stroke treatment offer patients a minimally invasive surgery to remove blood clots that block blood flow to the brain. Learn more.
Giovanna’s Story: Spinal Fusion Surgery
Giovanna is an active mom. When she began to experience severe sciatica as a result of a herniated disc, she knew something more "drastic" had to be done.