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Neurology Associates Offers Video Appointments Throughout AZ, US


Relaxed Regulations Amid COVID-19 Make Extended Reach Possible   Isolation due to COVID-19 only adds to the stress of living with a chronic or undiagnosed neurological condition. People still need to see their doctors but may be too afraid, or otherwise unable, to visit even a controlled medical facility. Neurology Associates now fills the gap […]

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Memo to Patients Regarding the COVID-19 Coronavirus (Updated)


At Neurology Associates, patient safety and well-being are always top priority. In addition to our routine protocols to keep patients safe, we have implemented -- and will continue to implement, as needed -- additional measures to guard against COVID-19. We are closely following CDC guidelines and recommendations. Although we are not currently experiencing any imminent […]

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Neurology Associates Offering Telehealth/Video Appointments


No need to cancel your time with your provider Neurology Associates is doing its part to reduce patients’ exposure to the COVID-19 coronavirus. Patients who request it may conduct their neurology, counseling and behavioral appointments with our neurologists, counselor and psychiatric nurse practitioner over audio-video. (Please note, depending on condition, some new patients may need […]

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Neurology Associates’ Dr. De Lima to Discuss What Makes Someone A Candidate for Deep Brain Stimulation


Have you wondered whether you or a loved one with Parkinson’s or essential tremor might benefit from a Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) implant? April, which is Parkinson’s Awareness Month, is a great time to get some answers. Join Dr. Marianne De Lima, board-certified neurologist and movement disorders expert at Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center, for a […]

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Have A Specific Neurological Condition and Concerned About COVID-19?


Many people with neurological conditions, including Parkinson’s, epilepsy, dementia and multiple sclerosis, have reason to be concerned about the COVID-19 outbreak. That’s why it is critical to follow health officials' guidelines -- including social distancing, washing hands frequently, isolating or even quarantining at home -- and to take additional steps to ensure safety from this […]

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Neurology Associates Opening New Mesa Clinic


Construction to Begin Soon MESA, ARIZ., Feb. 20, 2020—In just a few months, Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center will serve patients from a brand-new location in Mesa. Neurology Associates has shared space with another clinic in Mesa on Broadway Road for the past several years. The arrangement works well but a quickly growing patient roster means […]

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New Discoveries for Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s, Epilepsy: A Roundup of Some of the Latest Research


The field of neurological research features so many developments it’s difficult to keep track of them all. Here’s a roundup of some of the latest developments in three key areas of neurology: Alzheimer’s, Parkinson’s and epilepsy. Note that this blog is intended as information only, not medical advice. Limiting Aluminum Exposure Essential to Reducing Alzheimer’s […]

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Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center Recruiting Additional Neurologists


Candidates can be generalists or specialists CHANDLER, ARIZ., Dec. 6, 2019—Neurology Associates Neuroscience Center is hiring more board-certified neurologists to accommodate its increasing patient load. To date, Neurology Associates employs six neurologists, several of whom specialize in areas including movement disorders, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and other neurological conditions. This competency is essential and contributes to […]

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FDA Expedites Review Process of Medical Device That May Help Diagnose Parkinson’s Earlier


As researchers uncover evidence that measuring eye tremors may help diagnose Parkinson’s disease earlier, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration has given the RightEye Vision System the “Breakthrough Device” designation. That means RightEye’s medical device will undergo a faster review process because it speaks to a major unmet need; expedited approvals could allow clinicians to […]

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Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute Researchers Looking for Alzheimer’s Candidates


They continue to conduct ground-breaking studies using focused ultrasound and magnetic stimulation Researchers at West Virginia University Rockefeller Neuroscience Institute are looking for more Alzheimer’s patients to take part in clinical trials involving ultrasound and virtual reality. Requirements for the ultrasound studies are more stringent and exclusive than those for the virtual reality, or magnetic […]

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