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Neuro Pathways Podcast Description: A Cleveland Clinic podcast for medical professionals exploring the latest research discoveries and clinical advances in the fields of neurology and neurosurgery. Learn how the landscape for treating conditions of the brain, spine and nervous system is changing from experts in Cleveland Clinic's Neurological Institute.
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Suicidal ideation and behavior have been associated with a variety of neurological illnesses. In this episode, Tatiana Falcone, MD discusses the importance of early screening, management and the use of therapeutics for suicidality in patients with neurological disorders.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Alzheimer’s disease is one of the most challenging conditions to manage due to the lack of disease-modifying treatment options. In this episode, Babak Tousi, MD discusses the developing therapies in Alzheimer’s disease management that may soon change the outlook for new and existing patients.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Mobile stroke treatment units bring acute stroke care to a patient’s doorstep, reducing time to treatment with tPA and endovascular therapy. In this episode Andrew Russman, DO shares insights learned on collaborating across municipalities and teams to improve clinical outcomes for stroke patients.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Mobile stroke treatment units bring acute stroke care to a patient’s doorstep, reducing time to treatment with tPA and endovascular therapy. In this episode Andrew Russman, DO shares insights learned on collaborating across municipalities and teams to improve clinical outcomes for stroke patients.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Functional movement disorder, traditionally viewed as a psychological condition, used to be a diagnosis of exclusion. In this episode Xin Xin Yu, MD and Taylor Rush, PhD discuss diagnosing the disorder and unique challenges that physicians may face.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
The COVID-19 pandemic has fueled not only a surge in virtual outpatient visits, but also an increase in telemedicine for subspecialty neurological care. In this episode Zeshaun Khawaja, MD, shares the latest developments on how telemedicine is increasing access, improving patient care and reducing burnout.…
Roughly one in 10 Americans takes an antidepressant to aid in the debilitating symptoms of clinical depression, but for some medications don’t work. In this episode, Amit Anand, MD, discusses the evolving therapies for treatment-resistant depression, including ketamine and esketamine.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
In the U.S., approximately 1.4 million adults identify as transgender and the number of transgender people accessing healthcare for gender dysphoria and related treatments is on the rise. In this episode, Murat Altinay, MD discusses the neurological underpinnings and managing care for individuals with gender dysphoria.…
Multimodal monitoring (MMM) in the neurointensive care unit is increasingly utilized in patients with devastating neurologic injuries and has been advocated as an important feature of neurocritical care. In this episode, Christopher Newey, DO, discusses the challenges of integrating multiple monitoring inputs, the quest for real-time data display a…
Surgical approaches are an important consideration in the management of many movement disorders, particularly for patients’ refractory to medications. In this episode, Head of the Deep Brain Stimulation Program and staff neurologist, Ben Walter, MD, engages in conversation regarding the underutilization of surgical interventions and he explains whe…
Frailty is the most problematic expression of population ageing as it affects an estimated 7-12% of Americans age 65+. In this episode, Augusto Hsia Jr. MD, discusses proactive ways to reduce frailty in the patient population and how prehabilitation can help improve outcomes for spine surgery.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Treatments for multiple sclerosis have increased in the last decade, making early diagnosis and patient monitoring an important piece in overall care. As a result, relying on standard MRI and checking patients’ reflexes may no longer be enough. In this episode, Robert Bermel, MD discusses emerging technologies that meet the needs in MS patient care…
Six out of 10 neurologists reported at least one symptom of burnout, potentially compromising their own wellbeing, patient care, and the physician workforce. In this episode, Amy Sullivan, PsyD, ABPP discusses how mental health and resiliency are leading concerns in physician burnout even more during the current COVID-19 crisis.…
Section Head of Headache and Facial Pain in Cleveland Clinic’s Center for Neurological Restoration, Emad Estemalik, MD, discusses the importance of multidisciplinary care and the challenges of diagnosing and treating trigeminal neuralgia in this Neuro Pathways podcast episode.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Director of the Experimental Therapeutics Program in Cleveland Clinic’s Mellen Center for Multiple Sclerosis, Jeffrey Cohen, MD, shares insights on how stem cell-based therapies may provide revolutionary treatment options for neurological disorders and deliver exciting prospects in modern medicine.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
The development of basic science discoveries into clinical applications – often described as “bench to bedside” work – is the central goal of translational research. In this episode, Bruce Trapp, PhD sheds light on how scientists and physicians are working together, beginning at the bedside, to turn scientific discoveries into healthcare solutions …
Neurologists and neurosurgeons regularly confront complex clinical situations that require the application of ethical principles to achieve a respectful and fair resolution. In this episode, Lauren Sankary, JD discusses the emerging role of bioethics and the bioethical considerations facing providers and patients in today’s practice.…
Epilepsy affects 3.5M people in the U.S. and although many are medically managed, an astounding number still experience seizures. In this episode, Imad Najm, MD discusses implications of medically intractable and uncontrolled seizures, and the latest methods used in epilepsy surgery candidate selection.…
The need for early intervention and to gain a deeper understanding of the factors contributing to each patient’s pain, within the care of a multidisciplinary team, is the focus of this Neuro Pathways podcast featuring Sara Davin, PsyD, and Kush Goyal, MD.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Join biomedical engineer and Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute Vice Chair of Innovation, Jay Alberts, PhD, as he discusses how the future of neurological care resides in harnessing the power of big data and deep, integrated collaboration between clinicians, statistical and technical experts, and patients.…
Francois Bethoux, MD, engages in a discussion with Alex Rae-Grant, MD, as he explores the evolution of multiple sclerosis rehabilitation and advent of new technologies including, exoskeletons and virtual reality platforms.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Neurosurgeon Gene Barnett, MD and Neuro-oncologist Manmeet Ahluwalia, MD discuss a revolutionary shift in the treatment of brain metastases – coupling targeted and immunotherapies with radiosurgery to deliver superior outcomes.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
As endovascular alternatives become commonplace, approaches to surgical planning for brain aneurysms is evolving. Join neurosurgeon Mark Bain, MD and host Alex Rae-Grant, MD as they discuss the changing landscape of brain aneurysm treatment.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Brain health expert Jim Leverenz, MD joins host Alex Rae-Grant, MD in a discussion that provides clarity around the diagnosis of Lewy body dementia, and how clinicians can better evaluate and manage the disease for patients and their families.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Join Nancy Foldvary-Shaefer, DO, Director of Cleveland Clinic's Sleep Disorders Center as she discusses the connections between sleep disorders and neurological conditions, and how providers can proactively screen for these conditions in their practice.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Parkinson disease (PD) is the second most common neurodegenerative disorder in the U.S. Host Alex Rae-Grant, MD engages Hubert Fernandez, MD in a discussion of how our understanding of PD has evolved and how the emergence of targeted therapies is changing the treatment landscape for clinicians.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Epileptologist Dileep Nair, MD discusses the evolution of neuromodulation in the treatment of medically refractory epilepsy, patient selection, and how the latest option, deep brain stimulation, can be adopted into practice.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
Shazam Hussain, MD joins Alex Rae-Grant, MD in a discussion of the evolution and complexities of acute stroke treatment, and newest interventional options available to neurologists and neurosurgeons.By Cleveland Clinic Neurological Institute
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