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  • Posted Monday, April 17, 2017

Concussion and Related Syndromes

Concussion is a direct impact by a blow or whiplash to the head, face and the neck. It can be a blow to the body that transmits to head too. In mild cases, symptoms resolve within 10 days. CT or MRI of brain are usually normal. If an injury is serious, the patients improve slowly over time. Torsional forces can delay the recovery. Post concussion syndrome symptoms are headaches, dizziness [Read more]


  • Posted Friday, October 28, 2016

Chronic Tension Headaches (CTH)

Tension headaches are the most common type of headaches. Chronic Tension Headaches (CTH) mean constant tension headaches more than 15 days per month for at least 3 months. The CTH last hours to days and are constant. They can be episodic or chronic. They involve both sides of the head and they are pressing or tightening kind of pain that change in intensity from mild to severe. Unlike migraine [Read more]


  • Posted Wednesday, June 29, 2016

Welcome to our New Website

Dear patients, friends, and colleagues, This is my first ever blog and I am excited to share news with you on a regular basis on my new website. To start with I want to emphasize what I actually specialize on. I do both outpatient and inpatient Neurology which require different skills. Hospital patients get admitted mostly due to a stroke, head injury, brain infections and spinal cord prob [Read more]