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Love Your Body, Love Your Brain this Valentine’s Day Traditionally, Valentine’s Day has focused on lovebirds, chocolate, and romance, but we also believe Valentine’s Day is a sweet reminder to treat ourselves, our bodies, and our...

Tinnitus: The Sound of Silence Defining Tinnitus Tinnitus is often referred to as a “ringing in the ears,” but really, it’s the perception of sound without any actual external noise taking place. In addition to a...

Stroke: A How-To Guide for Loved Ones Expecting the Unexpected Sometimes, the unexpected happens. When it does, it’s hard to know how to cope, what the next steps are, or who to ask for help. Stroke is...

What is Dystonia? Dystonia is a movement disorder in which a person’s muscles begin to contract involuntarily, whether it’s one muscle, a group of muscles, or the whole body. Most often, these contractions occur in areas...

Winter Sports TBI Awareness Month: Be Safe on the Slopes January is National Winter Sports TBI Awareness Month--a time for us to refocus on our safety and make sure we’re not putting ourselves in harm’s way...

PANDAS: Your Brain on Fire We’re talking PANDAS this week--a disorder that most people may not have heard of. It stands for Pediatric Autoimmune Neuropsychiatric Disorders Associated with Streptococcal Infections, and while the true lifetime prevalence...

Your 2018 Brain Rehab Routine A new year is a chance to start over and improve our current lifestyles. For many, that means getting healthier, happier, stronger, and/or more skilled at something. For us at Cerebrum...

Traveling Post-TBI Travel is stressful to many, even without an health issue. For those who have conditions, such as a traumatic brain injury (TBI), to recover from, an extra layer of complication is added. Given the...

Highlighting Hashimoto’s Thyroid problems easily go unnoticed, with up to 60 percent of those with thyroid disease being unaware of their condition. At Cerebrum, we see this as a crucial reason to point out the commonality,...

Holiday Headaches ‘Tis the Season for Stress Headaches When you think of the holiday season, a few things come to mind: coffee, fireplaces, celebrations, family, food, and much more. While all of the above are wonderful...