Our Blog: To Your Health

Functional Neurosurgery: Collaboration Is Essential

Tuesday, October 31, 2017
Seth Oliveria, MD, PhD

The Oregon Clinic Neurosurgery, together with The Providence Brain and Spine Institute, recently expanded their services to include stereotactic and functional neurosurgical procedures, which use ultra-precise techniques to surgically target abnormal physiologic processes in the brain. These techniques are currently used to treat movement disorders and epilepsy, and several new indications are under investigation including Alzheimer’s disease, depression, obsessive compulsive disorder, Tourette’s syndrome, schizophrenia and traumatic brain injury.

Overcoming Incontinence

Monday, October 9, 2017

Laura Dorn is an active person. A 58-year-old from Keizer, Oregon, she loves walking, running, swimming and anything else that keeps her on the go. Like most active people, her goal is to keep moving for as long as possible. She doesn’t want anything to slow her down, but a few years ago that goal looked like it was slipping away.