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NeuroFrontiers explores new research, diagnosis and treatment in all areas of neurological disease. This series also addresses the most relevant clinical topics, trends, news and advances pertaining to all areas of the practice of Neurology.

Latest Episodes

A Look at Current & Potential Therapies for High Grade Glioma

Host: Jenn Simmons, MD Guest: Clark C. Chen, MD, PhD Guest: David Piccioni, MD, PHD Guest: Christina I. Tsien, MD There is currently a high unmet need for treating high grade glioma, but is there hope on the horizon for more treatment alternatives? Joining Dr. Jenn Simmons to break down the current standard of care and potential treatments under investigation for high grade glioma are Dr. Clark Chen, Dr. Christina Tsien, and Dr. David Piccioni. 2019 Tocagen. All rights reserved. VV-REG-003123 10/19

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A Look at Current & Potential Therapies for High Grade Glioma

Bits from “Bullets and Brains”: The Challenge of Healing After a Headshot

Host: Andrew Wilner, MD, Author of "The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens" Even with quick thinking and timely action, the chances of a neurosurgeon being able to do more than taking out the bullet, administering antibiotics, and stopping the bleeding isn’t likely, and surviving a bullet to the brain can unfortunately be just the beginning of a patient’s struggles. Focusing on the title story of his book Bullets and Brains, Dr. Andrew Wilner discusses the serious aftermath congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords experienced while recovering from a headshot.

-1 sAPR 11
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Bits from “Bullets and Brains”: The Challenge of Healing After a Headshot

Bits from “Bullets and Brains”: Houston, We Have a (Health) Problem

Host: Andrew Wilner, MD, Author of "The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens" As a follow-up to the Microgravity: A New Risk Factor for Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension essay he wrote back in 2012, Dr. Andrew Wilner investigates whether there have been any updates on the 27 astronauts who had significant microgravity exposure.

-1 sAPR 11
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Bits from “Bullets and Brains”: Houston, We Have a (Health) Problem

IQ vs. EQ: Is Emotional Intelligence Just as Important?

Host: Brian P. McDonough, MD, FAAFP Guest: David Neagle Is it possible that our environment and experiences have subconsciously programmed our emotional response to the world around us? Joining Dr. Brian McDonough is David Neagle, author of The Millions Within: Tips to Improve Emotional Intelligence, to offer advice on what impacts our emotional intelligence and the changes we can implement to strengthen our own. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 sJAN 18
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IQ vs. EQ: Is Emotional Intelligence Just as Important?

Spotlight on Meningiomas: Risks and Clinical Manifestations

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Lynn Taylor, MD Meningiomas were in the news this spring after actress Mary Tyler Moore had a tumor removed from her brain. Ninety percent of meningiomas are benign, many are asymptomatic, and some are so slow-growing they go undiagnosed. But many are discovered as an incidental finding in patients with headache. How do we treat patients diagnosed with meningiomas? Dr. Lynn Taylor, associate clinical professor at the University of Washington Medical School in Seattle, discusses with host Dr. Anthony Alessi the signs, risks, and surgical options for patients with meningiomas, which patients require treatment and how to involve patients in their treatment plan. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
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Spotlight on Meningiomas: Risks and Clinical Manifestations

A New Game Plan for Treating Concussions

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Jeffrey Kutcher, MD Most athletes' concussions are not the result of the kind of hits that NFL players take, but they still need to be taken very seriously. The American Academy of Neurology now recommends all athletes suspected of a concussion be removed from the field immediately. Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher, director of Michigan NeuroSport, the sports neurology program at the University of Michigan and chair of the American Academy of Neurology's sports neurology section, joins host Dr. Anthony Alessi to discuss changes in neurologists' philosophy toward concussion, who the new guidelines are aimed at and how to reach them, and what treatment will be like in the future. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
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A New Game Plan for Treating Concussions

Treating Diabetic Nerve Pain: Guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Vera Bril, MD At least half of diabetic patients will experience neuropathy some time in their life, but many of these patients never discuss the painful condition with their doctor. When a patient does complain of burning or electric shock sensations in their feet and hands, how should they be treated? Dr. Vera Bril, professor of neurology at the University of Toronto, joins host Dr. Anthony Alessi to discuss the latest American Academy of Neurology guidelines on neuropathy pertaining to medications and controlling symptoms. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
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Treating Diabetic Nerve Pain: Guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology

How Smart Phones Are Improving Neurologic Care

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Neil Busis, MD Is there an app for helping your patients improve their health? In fact, there are many. Dr. Neil Busis, chief of the division of neurology, department of medicine, at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Shadyside and Practice and Technology editor of AAN.com, talks with host Dr. Anthony Alessi about the latest mobile technologies used to monitor patient experiences with chronic neurological issues, such as migraines and epileptic seizures. They also discuss how even standard smartphone functions can be used to improve the health and medical care of patients, and why text messaging is changing healthcare around the world. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
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How Smart Phones Are Improving Neurologic Care

The Doctor Will See All of You Now: New Approaches to Treating Parkinson's Disease

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Lisa Shulman Would it be better for Parkinson's patients to meet with their doctor in a group setting? Group visits are among the the novel approaches being studied for Parkinson's patients. Dr. Lisa Shulman, professor of neurology and co-director of the Maryland Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center in Baltimore, joins host Dr. Anthony Alessi to discuss who might benefit from group visits, how it compares to traditional care, and the practical billing issues involved. They also discuss new research on treadmill walking in the treatment of patients with Parkinson's disease. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
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The Doctor Will See All of You Now: New Approaches to Treating Parkinson's Disease

How to Help Patients Cope With Loss of Taste and Smell

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Ronald DeVere, MD Smell and taste loss can be the first sign of a serious neurologic disorder like Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease, but it is also possible to lose these senses after something as simple as a sinus infection or virus. How can you help your patients get to the bottom of why this is happenning to them, and how can you help them cope with this change in their quality of life? Dr Ronald DeVere, director of the Taste and Smell Disorders Clinic in Austin, Texas, and author of the book Coping with Smell and Taste Loss,joins host Dr. Anthony Alessi to explain this strange, debilitating and frustrating phenomenon. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 FEB 24
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How to Help Patients Cope With Loss of Taste and Smell

Latest Episodes

A Look at Current & Potential Therapies for High Grade Glioma

Host: Jenn Simmons, MD Guest: Clark C. Chen, MD, PhD Guest: David Piccioni, MD, PHD Guest: Christina I. Tsien, MD There is currently a high unmet need for treating high grade glioma, but is there hope on the horizon for more treatment alternatives? Joining Dr. Jenn Simmons to break down the current standard of care and potential treatments under investigation for high grade glioma are Dr. Clark Chen, Dr. Christina Tsien, and Dr. David Piccioni. 2019 Tocagen. All rights reserved. VV-REG-003123 10/19

-1 s2 w ago
Comments
A Look at Current & Potential Therapies for High Grade Glioma

Bits from “Bullets and Brains”: The Challenge of Healing After a Headshot

Host: Andrew Wilner, MD, Author of "The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens" Even with quick thinking and timely action, the chances of a neurosurgeon being able to do more than taking out the bullet, administering antibiotics, and stopping the bleeding isn’t likely, and surviving a bullet to the brain can unfortunately be just the beginning of a patient’s struggles. Focusing on the title story of his book Bullets and Brains, Dr. Andrew Wilner discusses the serious aftermath congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords experienced while recovering from a headshot.

-1 sAPR 11
Comments
Bits from “Bullets and Brains”: The Challenge of Healing After a Headshot

Bits from “Bullets and Brains”: Houston, We Have a (Health) Problem

Host: Andrew Wilner, MD, Author of "The Locum Life: A Physician's Guide to Locum Tenens" As a follow-up to the Microgravity: A New Risk Factor for Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension essay he wrote back in 2012, Dr. Andrew Wilner investigates whether there have been any updates on the 27 astronauts who had significant microgravity exposure.

-1 sAPR 11
Comments
Bits from “Bullets and Brains”: Houston, We Have a (Health) Problem

IQ vs. EQ: Is Emotional Intelligence Just as Important?

Host: Brian P. McDonough, MD, FAAFP Guest: David Neagle Is it possible that our environment and experiences have subconsciously programmed our emotional response to the world around us? Joining Dr. Brian McDonough is David Neagle, author of The Millions Within: Tips to Improve Emotional Intelligence, to offer advice on what impacts our emotional intelligence and the changes we can implement to strengthen our own. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 sJAN 18
Comments
IQ vs. EQ: Is Emotional Intelligence Just as Important?

Spotlight on Meningiomas: Risks and Clinical Manifestations

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Lynn Taylor, MD Meningiomas were in the news this spring after actress Mary Tyler Moore had a tumor removed from her brain. Ninety percent of meningiomas are benign, many are asymptomatic, and some are so slow-growing they go undiagnosed. But many are discovered as an incidental finding in patients with headache. How do we treat patients diagnosed with meningiomas? Dr. Lynn Taylor, associate clinical professor at the University of Washington Medical School in Seattle, discusses with host Dr. Anthony Alessi the signs, risks, and surgical options for patients with meningiomas, which patients require treatment and how to involve patients in their treatment plan. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
Comments
Spotlight on Meningiomas: Risks and Clinical Manifestations

A New Game Plan for Treating Concussions

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Jeffrey Kutcher, MD Most athletes' concussions are not the result of the kind of hits that NFL players take, but they still need to be taken very seriously. The American Academy of Neurology now recommends all athletes suspected of a concussion be removed from the field immediately. Dr. Jeffrey Kutcher, director of Michigan NeuroSport, the sports neurology program at the University of Michigan and chair of the American Academy of Neurology's sports neurology section, joins host Dr. Anthony Alessi to discuss changes in neurologists' philosophy toward concussion, who the new guidelines are aimed at and how to reach them, and what treatment will be like in the future. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
Comments
A New Game Plan for Treating Concussions

Treating Diabetic Nerve Pain: Guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Vera Bril, MD At least half of diabetic patients will experience neuropathy some time in their life, but many of these patients never discuss the painful condition with their doctor. When a patient does complain of burning or electric shock sensations in their feet and hands, how should they be treated? Dr. Vera Bril, professor of neurology at the University of Toronto, joins host Dr. Anthony Alessi to discuss the latest American Academy of Neurology guidelines on neuropathy pertaining to medications and controlling symptoms. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
Comments
Treating Diabetic Nerve Pain: Guidelines from the American Academy of Neurology

How Smart Phones Are Improving Neurologic Care

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Neil Busis, MD Is there an app for helping your patients improve their health? In fact, there are many. Dr. Neil Busis, chief of the division of neurology, department of medicine, at University of Pittsburgh Medical Center Shadyside and Practice and Technology editor of AAN.com, talks with host Dr. Anthony Alessi about the latest mobile technologies used to monitor patient experiences with chronic neurological issues, such as migraines and epileptic seizures. They also discuss how even standard smartphone functions can be used to improve the health and medical care of patients, and why text messaging is changing healthcare around the world. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
Comments
How Smart Phones Are Improving Neurologic Care

The Doctor Will See All of You Now: New Approaches to Treating Parkinson's Disease

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Lisa Shulman Would it be better for Parkinson's patients to meet with their doctor in a group setting? Group visits are among the the novel approaches being studied for Parkinson's patients. Dr. Lisa Shulman, professor of neurology and co-director of the Maryland Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders Center in Baltimore, joins host Dr. Anthony Alessi to discuss who might benefit from group visits, how it compares to traditional care, and the practical billing issues involved. They also discuss new research on treadmill walking in the treatment of patients with Parkinson's disease. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 SEP 15
Comments
The Doctor Will See All of You Now: New Approaches to Treating Parkinson's Disease

How to Help Patients Cope With Loss of Taste and Smell

Host: Anthony Alessi, MD Guest: Ronald DeVere, MD Smell and taste loss can be the first sign of a serious neurologic disorder like Parkinson's or Alzheimer's disease, but it is also possible to lose these senses after something as simple as a sinus infection or virus. How can you help your patients get to the bottom of why this is happenning to them, and how can you help them cope with this change in their quality of life? Dr Ronald DeVere, director of the Taste and Smell Disorders Clinic in Austin, Texas, and author of the book Coping with Smell and Taste Loss,joins host Dr. Anthony Alessi to explain this strange, debilitating and frustrating phenomenon. Produced in cooperation with:

-1 s2011 FEB 24
Comments
How to Help Patients Cope With Loss of Taste and Smell
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