In 2009, Dr. Zhang became the Director of the DENT Dizziness, Balance and Tinnitus Center. This week, Dr. Zhang celebrates 10 years in this role. Dr. Zhang has 12 years of extensive neuroscience research experience with almost 30 peer-reviewed publications in various neuroscience journals.
On Tuesday, August 27th we went live with Sarah Harlock, Program Director of the DENT Integrative Center for Memory, as she discussed Alzheimer’s Association International Conference Highlights. At this conference, researchers from all around the world came together to share information. A lot of the conference focused on lifestyle,
Buffalo—DENT Neurologic Institute, a leading provider of care for people living with MS in Buffalo has been officially recognized as a Partner in MS Care, Center for Comprehensive MS Care through the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s Partners in MS Care program.
During the Facebook Live we went over what is new in the Cannabis world. The Dent Cannabis Clinic sees about 115 Cannabis patients on a daily basis. We have over 30 individuals seeing patients for various reasons for using Cannabis. When we talk about Cannabis,
The brain is a very complex part of your body. It has the ability to send and receive a large amount of information. Because of this, there are still many mysteries about the human brain. Here are some quick facts to help you understand the most complicated organ in your body.
In the 1950’s, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder was often stigmatized in popular culture after the Vietnam conflict, and this stigma was portrayed in many popular films and shows. The misunderstanding of PTSD slowly began to change in 1980, when it was recognized as a specific condition with identifiable symptoms.
With 4 out of 5 people experiencing a traumatic event, there is a good chance you or someone you know has Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). The symptoms of flashbacks, intense fear and nightmares are quick to appear, but slow to disappear.
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.