Posts in Neurology

Treatment for Parkinson’s Patients Near Greensboro

April 27, 2021 | Awareness (Week/Month), Primary Care, Neurology

Whether you or a loved one has been living with a Parkinson’s diagnosis for years or you are just exploring treatment for Parkinson’s in the Triad region, it can be difficult to find the best combination of care options. The good news is that patients and families living with Parkinson’s disease in the Greensboro area have a wide range of support services through the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program organized by Cone Health and LeBauer HealthCare. 

You are not alone and we can help you find the care you or a family member needs today! Read about classes for exercise or art, support groups, and more that are available through The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program and then get in touch with our Neurology team. We would like to connect you with more resources and support, schedule a consultation, or discuss ways you can cope with a movement disorder diagnosis. 

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Exercise Classes, Emotional Support, and More for Parkinson’s Patients in the Greensboro Area

December 3, 2019 | Neurology

Parkinson's patients at dance classPatients and families living with Parkinson’s disease in the Greensboro area have a wide range of support services through the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program organized by Cone Health and LeBauer HealthCare. 

“Cone Health, with the help of a number of partners, has put together a very comprehensive support program for a community of our size,” says Jessica Thomas, MSW, LCSW, a social worker who is based at LeBauer Neurology. Jessica works with Parkinson’s patients and families throughout the greater Greensboro area. 

The Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders Program includes a variety of exercise classes, support groups, and art classes that are described later in this article. Patients and families are also able to meet with Thomas to discuss ways to cope with a movement disorder diagnosis and resources to help them live well with the challenges they face. 

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Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders: How to Prepare for your Appointment & What to Do While You Wait

November 4, 2019 | Neurology

Daughter helping older mother prepare for appointment

If your primary care doctor suspects you might have Parkinson’s disease or another movement disorder, he or she has likely referred you to a specialist. 

Movement disorders are neurological conditions that affect your ability to move, or cause involuntary movements such as trembling, jerking, or spasms. Symptoms can range from subtle to severe. 

Establishing a relationship with a neurologist who has specialized training in movement disorders is critical. From there, you can receive a definitive diagnosis, learn about possible treatment options, and have a partner in managing your disorder. 

As you wait to see a specialist, consider the following ways to get the most out of your appointment:

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Keep Your Memory Sharp with these 6 Simple Exercises

October 17, 2019 | Neurology

Woman thinking and trying to remember

You’re late for work, and now you can’t find your car keys. If only you could remember where you put them last night. You also seem to have forgotten the name of that lady that joined your book club two months ago when you saw her at the grocery store yesterday. Are these normal age-related memory glitches or a sign of dementia?

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Life After a Stroke: How a Neurologist Can Help

April 28, 2016 | Neurology

A stroke can be a life altering event that requires weeks or months of recovery. Having a skilled neurologist coordinating your care helps ensure you regain as much function as possible. Because neurologists are specially trained to understand brain function and anatomy, as well as different types of strokes, they can help you understand what caused your stroke and develop steps to reduce the risk of a future stroke.

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Safety and Epileptic Seizures: Create an Emergency Response Plan

February 10, 2016 | Neurology

Epileptic seizures can be scary for both epilepsy patients and family members or others who are on hand during a seizure. Symptoms of a seizure can vary depending on the type of seizure and the patient. While most epileptic seizures are not emergencies, having an emergency response plan can help a person with epilepsy to stay safe and help others know when to call 911.

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Get to Know Our Neurology Team

January 15, 2016 | Neurology

Strokes, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimer’s – these neurological illnesses and others have serious implications for patients and families. As the command center of the body, your brain controls just about everything and is connected to an infinitely complex system of nerves. When something goes wrong with the nervous system, the entire body suffers and daily tasks become difficult. If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with neurological disorder, our experienced neurologists can offer skilled care, comfort, and hope.

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Managing Migraine Pain

November 20, 2015 | Neurology

iStock_000071662255_DoubleA pounding head, waves of nausea, and intolerance for bright lights are some of the symptoms that can be brought on by a migraine headache. While the symptoms and intensity of pain vary from person to person, any migraine sufferer will tell you that the experience can be miserable.

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Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month

June 18, 2015 | Awareness (Week/Month), Neurology

Whether walking in the park, enjoying a night out on the town, or spending a day at the beach, the warm summer months are a time to get up and move. For those suffering from Myasthenia Gravis, simply enjoying a meal or carrying a beach towel can become a challenge. June is Myasthenia Gravis Awareness Month, and at LeBauer HealthCare we want to educate our patients about this disorder, and the treatment options available.

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Mixed (Nervous System) Messages – National Neuropathy Awareness Week

May 18, 2015 | Neurology

It’s easy to take your nervous system for granted. After all, it’s not something you really “use,” it just always works. But what about when your nervous system stops working like it should? This is reality for nearly 20 million Americans who suffer from Neuropathy. With symptoms ranging from weakness and numbness to issues with vision and hearing, neuropathy impacts patients with a variety of unpleasant effects. May 13-17 was National Neuropathy Awareness Week, and at LeBauer HealthCare, we are working to continue the mission of the week by educating the community on this condition, as well as how it can be treated.

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