Category: Neurology

Jul
7
2014
7.7 blog

In May, Hospital for Special Surgery, Molly’s Fund Fighting for Lupus and Lupus Foundation of America hosted a Facebook Chat on Lupus and General Health. We categorized the questions, and will … More…

Aug
21
2013
brachial-plexus-1 BLOG

Dr. Joseph Feinberg, Physiatrist-in-Chief at Hospital for Special Surgery, answers readers’ questions on brachial plexus injuries.     Q1. What are different types of brachial plexus injuries? The brachial plexus … More…

Jun
12
2013
Neck Inflammation Blog

Each year more than 200,000 cervical spine surgeries are performed in the United States to treat conditions ranging from cervical spinal deformities to degenerative disc disease. The cervical spine (vertebrae … More…

Apr
26
2013
Man Lifting Dumbell 610x320

Your core is called such for a reason. Abdominals, lower back, oblique muscles, hamstrings and the pelvic floor interplay to provide a base for athleticism. In sports such as dancing, … More…

Jan
30
2013
Castellano

Q1. Can athletic injuries be addressed effectively through non-surgical management? Various athletic injuries, such as runner’s knee and tennis elbow, can be effectively treated with conservative management. A physiatrist may … More…