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About DENT Neurologic Institute
Founded in 1963, DENT Neurologic Institute is the largest out-patient neurology practice in the United States. With over 70 providers among 16 sub-specialty clinics, in two convenient locations, DENT treats nearly 1,000 patients a day, amounting to over 250,000 patients a year. In addition, DENT oversees more than 75 on-going clinical research trials, eclipsing most major hospitals in the Western New York area.
DENT provides the highest quality and compassionate patient care to the Western New York region, the direct result of a tireless commitment to staying on the forefront of medical advances and breakthrough technology. By maintaining valuable partnerships with other specialized clinicians, and a dedication to employing the brightest minds in the medical and clinical research fields, you can rest assured knowing when you come to DENT you are receiving the best care possible.
Your initial visit to The DENT Cannabis Clinic is to establish a provider-patient relationship and evaluate your eligibility for the program. Find out more about our clinic.
What's New at DENT
On June 12th at noon, we went live with Sarah Harlock, Program Director for the Dent Integrative Center for Memory. We discussed Managing Difficult Caregiver Emotions, a topic that comes up regularly in support groups, classes, and general discussion. Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s Disease or Dementia poses some special and unique challenges.
The brain responds differently for every person after being exposed to trauma. After a traumatic event, it is normal to feel anxious, afraid or upset. These events include, but are not limited to: violent crimes, car accidents, loved ones in danger,
Recent research has revealed that exercise can help patients with anxiety disorders reduce their symptoms. Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a severe anxiety disorder resulting from exposure to trauma. Flashbacks, personality changes, disturbed sleep, mood swings, startle responses, nightmares, anxiety, low self-esteem or depression are often experienced in those with PTSD.