Sorted By: Stroke & Neurosciences

New 'TCAR' procedure decreases stroke risk during carotid surgery

Posted on Nov. 7, 2017 ( comments)
This less-invasive method also offers quicker recovery times.

Adjusting to life after stroke: Q&A with Dr. Emily Traupman

Posted on Sep. 15, 2017 ( comments)
Stroke Scan
News image: After stroke, inpatient rehab helps patients get back to their lives

Physical therapy vs. occupational therapy: What’s the difference?

Posted on Jun. 1, 2017 ( comments)

We talked to a physical therapist and occupational therapist to find out.

Get With the Guidelines 2017 - Stroke Gold Plus Quality

MultiCare hospitals honored for stroke care

Posted on May. 18, 2017 ( comments)
MultiCare Health System's hospitals have once again been recognized for providing a high level of stroke care.

Successful neurosurgery leaves Cynthia’s love of life intact

Posted on Apr. 3, 2017 ( comments)
Cindy Gavette
Doctor with elderly patient

What is multiple sclerosis? Q&A with a neurologist

Posted on Mar. 31, 2017 ( comments)

To learn more about MS, we talked to Stacy Donlon, MD, a new provider specializing in the disease.

Bedroom sleep bed DST

Do this, not that: Sleep tips for DST

Posted on Mar. 9, 2017 ( comments)

Here are some simple tips to help you adjust to DST.

New brain surgery technology at Tacoma General promises to help stroke patients

Posted on Feb. 20, 2017 ( comments)
A new minimally invasive surgical device called the Apollo System promises to help surgeons at Tacoma General repair bleeding deep inside the brain for patients suffering hemorrhagic stroke.
Joy Cartwright

Fast, skilled response allows patient to survive a life-threatening brain bleed

Posted on Jan. 24, 2017 ( comments)
Joy is successfully recovering from a brain bleed thanks to the quick thinking of doctors at Covington Emergency Department and the skill of surgeons at Tacoma General.

Questions about stroke? Ask a stroke expert

Posted on May. 23, 2016 ( comments)