Most Recent Articles by Tori Rodriguez, MA, LPC
Although pharmacotherapy remains the standard strategy for migraine management, there are many patients for whom nonpharmacological approaches are indicated.
Diagnosis of TB meningitis is challenging, although new, next-generation rapid POC testing holds promise for greatly improved sensitivity.
Although peripheral nerve decompression has been found to be effective in relieving some symptoms for burn patients, there is still some uncertainty.
Neuraxial anesthetics and analgesics are associated with fewer systemic adverse effects.
Presport evaluations are a great opportunity to check in with players about their mental health, and to guide those who are suffering to the relevant specialist.
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