This recent study shows that women living in areas with higher levels of green vegetation had lower rates of mortality. The Northeast is currently quite a “white” space as Winter Storm Stella blasts us with heavy snow and blustery wind. Fortunately, Spring is not far away!
The office will be closed tomorrow, Tues 3-14-17, due to inclement weather.
We plan to resume usual business hours on Wednesday 3-15-17 from 10:00AM – 5:30PM, but we may open later if the roads and our parking lot have not been cleaned up by 10:00AM. Be safe, and enjoy your snow day!
The office will be closed today due to inclement weather. We will resume usual business hours on Tuesday 2-14-17 from 10:00AM-5:30PM. Be safe, and enjoy your snow day!
There are only a few specialists who provide this therapy called neuroacupuncture or scalp acupuncture – and it is available here at AIMA of Nashua, PLLC!
As you begin to think about your future in 2017, please read this, and then make a note on your task list to call or stop by and visit a senior friend, acquaintance, or neighbor this New Year – just to let them know you are thinking of them and to wish them the best in 2017.
First and foremost, it seems appropriate during this Thanksgiving season to say thank you to the leading-edge Foundation Neurology providers who have referred their patients to AIMA of Nashua, PLLC. Thank you, Sharon Lockwood, PA-C, Dr. Tatiana Nabioullina, Dr. Elana Ivashina, and Dr. Andreja Packard – you are to be commended for finding a safe and effective treatment for your patients who suffer with #migraines.
It’s that time of year again – time to set your clock back an hour, this Sunday. Here are 4 tips to help your body adjust from the Cleveland Clinic.
A recent article in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology on October 11, 2016 reveals concurrent use of Lansoprazole (brand name Prevacid), a proton-pump inhibitor, and ), a cephalosporin antibiotic, may increase the risk of acquired long QT syndrome (LQTS), a life-threatening arrhythmia.
The author notes that “QT-DDI’s (QT drug-drug interactions) are not routinely evaluated pre-clinically and can go undiscovered […]
Do you have a Living Will? Advanced Directives? How about a Durable Power of Attorney for Health Care (DPOA)? Not sure exactly what they are? Get the straight scoop, right from the American Bar Association. Everyone should do this, and right now – don’t wait until you’re “older” or for when you “think you might need it”. […]
A new study shows acupuncture is useful in improving cognitive function in those with mild cognitive impairment. Specifically, the neurologists found that “overall, our meta-analysis suggests that acupuncture was a useful therapy in improving cognitive function for patients with ,” the neurologists noted, according to the report. “It also suggested that acupuncture was effective […]
Results showed that “in patients with acute pain presenting to the ED, acupuncture was associated with more effective and faster analgesia with better tolerance.” In light of the current opioid epidemic in the US, this is great news – a safe, fast and effective alternative for pain management!
Published in The American Journal of Emergency Medicine: Acupuncture versus intravenous morphine […]