Austin NeuroCare is dedicated to serving the neurological needs of central Texas.
Austin NeuroCare provides a comfortable and relaxing environment to diagnose and treat patients with a holistic approach towards medicine. It is headed by Dr. Sara Westgate, a nine-time winner of Texas Super Doctor awards and certified neurologist. Our highly trained staff provides the utmost care to each and every patient.
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educationnews.org Wearable neurological technology is becoming cheaper and more effective, with several potential uses for teachers in the classroom.
neurologyreviews.com Neurology Reviews covers innovative and emerging news in neurology and neuroscience every month, with a focus on practical approaches to treating Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, headache, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer's disease, and other neurologic disorders.
medicalnewstoday.com A new infographic demonstrates what an energy drink does to the body within 24 hours. This follows on from an infographic revealing how Coca-Cola affects the body within an hour.
medicalnewstoday.com An observational study utilizing phone interviews finds further evidence of a relationship between attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and traumatic brain injury.
Cool video from Carleton University showing how neurons send information!
An action potential is a short-lasting event in which the electrical membrane potential of a cell rapidly rises and falls, following a consistent trajectory....
UT Southwestern researchers found a link between migraines and carpal tunnel syndrome.
austinneurocare.wordpress.com According to a study conducted by Dr. Huay-Zong Law and his colleagues at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) patients are about 2.6 times as...
www.dana.org To celebrate, the Dana Foundation has published an article and produced a video that looks back on BAW’s 20 years of education and outreach about...
A neuroprotective diet can help you maintain a healthy nervous system. Visit our blog to learn more about food and drinks that protect and preserve the nervous system.
austinneurocare.wordpress.com Neuroprotection refers to the protection of neurons and their functions from damage and degradation. You can use neuroprotective strategies to manage neurological disorders or simply to maintain th...
By involving patients in each step of the treatment process, Dr. Sara Westgate makes recovery as fast and effective as possible. Watch this video to learn more about Austin NeuroCare's patient-centered approach to neurological care. http://ow.ly/IvSoO
Austin NeuroCare's patient-centered care involves patients in every step of the treatment process, leading to faster, better recoveries. Visit...
Vagal nerve stimulation is an effective treatment for uncontrolled seizures. Watch this video for an explanation of the procedure from Austin NeuroCare's Dr. Sara Westgate. http://ow.ly/Ibi8P
Austin NeuroCare uses vagal nerve stimulation to treat uncontrolled seizures. Visit Austin NeuroCare on the Web at http://www.austinneurocare.com/
After a traumatic brain injury, proper nutrition can reduce inflammation and give the brain the building blocks it needs to recover. Visit the Austin NeuroCare blog to learn more about proper nourishment for an injured brain.
austinneurocare.wordpress.com When the brain is recovering from an injury, it needs nutrients more than ever.
The nervous system is your body's communication network, and keeping it healthy is crucial. Visit our blog to find out how. http://ow.ly/HgVjZ
austinneurocare.blogspot.com Keeping your nervous system healthy can prevent neurological diseases. Visit this page to find out how you can boost your nervous system.
Are you looking for a qualified neurologist? Dr. Sara Westgate of Austin NeuroCare is an experienced neurologist who diagnoses and treats a variety of neurological disorders on a regular basis. Watch this short video to learn more about the specific conditions that Dr. Westgate can address. http://ow.ly/HgOm6
Austin NeuroCare's Dr. Sara Westgate treats neurological conditions such as migraines, ADD, and carpal tunnel syndrome. Visit Austin NeuroCare on...
If you are suffering from a neurological disorder, Dr. Sara Westgate and her staff at Austin NeuroCare are here to help. Austin NeuroCare uses state-of-the-art equipment to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions, including Parkinson's disease, ADD, radiculopathy, carpal tunnel syndrome, and involuntary muscle contractions. If you would like to know more about Dr. Westgate and her practice, please watch this short video. http://ow.ly/GBYTd
Austin NeuroCare is dedicated to serving the neurological needs of Central Texas. It is headed by Dr. Sara Westgate, a certified neurologist and...
While most people think of Botox® as a cosmetic procedure, it can actually be used to treat medical conditions as well. Botox® injections are especially effective at treating involuntary muscle contractions and migraines. http://ow.ly/GiSUg
If you are suffering from a nerve compression condition such as carpal tunnel syndrome, Dr. Sara Westgate and her team are here to help. This video explains how Austin NeuroCare uses EMG and nerve conduction studies to diagnose these conditions. http://ow.ly/GiPIl
At Austin NeuroCare, Dr. Sara Westgate uses EMG and nerve conduction studies to diagnose nerve compression conditions such as carpal tunnel...
medicalnewstoday.com Researchers report that an inability to balance on one leg for more than 20 seconds is associated with damage to the brain that would be otherwise asymptomatic.
Deep brain stimulation is an effective way to manage the symptoms of Parkinson's. In fact, this treatment can reduce the amount of medication that Parkinson's patients have to take. Watch this video for more info on deep brain stimulation from Dr. Sara Westgate. http://ow.ly/G8mOM
Austin NeuroCare uses deep brain stimulators to treat Parkinson's disease. Visit Austin NeuroCare on the Web at http://www.austinneurocare.com/
Carpal tunnel syndrome is a nerve compression syndrome that causes debilitating symptoms such as pain and numbness. In this video, Austin NeuroCare's Dr. Sara Westgate identifies some of the common causes of this condition. YouTube http://ow.ly/FJQum
Dr. Sara Westgate of Austin NeuroCare discusses the common causes of carpal tunnel syndrome. Visit Austin NeuroCare on the Web at...
In this video, Austin NeuroCare's Dr. Sara Westgate explains how she takes other body systems into account when diagnosing and treating problems with the nervous system. From digestion to the immune system, all of the body's functions can contribute to neurological disorders. http://ow.ly/Fy6dh
At Austin NeuroCare, Dr. Sara Westgate evaluates how body systems interact and contribute to neurological disease. Visit Austin NeuroCare on the...
clinicalneurologynews.com SEATTLE – An aggressive ketogenic diet is safe and usually successful in terminating status epilepticus in children that has not responded to optimal medical therapy, suggests a study presented at the annual meeting of the American Epilepsy Society. The diet, in which the ratio of fat to protein and…
The smart mouse with the half-human brain - 01 December 2014 - New Scientist http://ow.ly/FmC3R
newscientist.com When human brain cells called astrocytes are let loose in mouse brains, they rapidly overwhelm the mouse cells and make the rodents smarter
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business.time.com Who among us hasn’t come back from a shopping excursion, looked over the just-purchased haul, and wondered, What was I thinking? Often, our...
[11/27/14] Happy #Thanksgiving from your friends at #Austin NeuroCare!
Don't let migraines ruin your Thanksgiving. Here are some tips on avoiding Thanksgiving migraine triggers from HealthCentral. http://ow.ly/ERRem
healthcentral.com What's for Thanksgiving dinner? It can be a great dinner without trigger foods.
Botox is famous for getting rid of wrinkles, but this substance actually has a number of medical uses. At Austin NeuroCare, Dr. Sara Westgate uses Botox injections to reduce the frequency and intensity of chronic migraines. To learn more about the therapeutic uses of Botox, watch this video or visit our blog: http://austinneurocare.blogspot.com/2014/11/therapeutic-uses-of-botox.html
Austin NeuroCare offers botulinum toxin (Botox) injections as a treatment for chronic migraines. Visit Austin NeuroCare on the Web at http://www.austinneuroc...
In this video, Austin NeuroCare's Dr. Sara Westgate discusses some of the common causes of carpal tunnel syndrome.
Dr. Sara Westgate of Austin NeuroCare discusses the common causes of carpal tunnel syndrome. Visit Austin NeuroCare on the Web at http://www.austinneurocare....
The nervous system is one of the most important systems in the body. Visit our blog to learn how you can keep your nervous system functioning at its best.
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