Spinal deformities such as adult scoliosis are common but complex. Specialized care is needed, but Dr. Bagley says most people won’t need surgery.
Diagnosed at age 3 with a rare genetic disorder, Ryan Dant was not expected to live beyond age 10. But thanks to his parents who never lost hope and a clinical trial at UT Southwestern, the now 29-year-old recently finished college and is looking forward to life’s next chapter. “It’s an incredible story,” says UTSW’s Elizabeth Maher, M.D., Ph.D., one of the specialists on his team.
Two new studies at UT Southwestern will help physicians find a way to diagnose and treat depression faster and more accurately.
Over the past five years, UT Southwestern has expanded beyond its main campus in the Southwestern Medical District to locations throughout Dallas – and now Fort Worth, as well.
The eight-bed monitoring unit open at Zale Lipshy University Hospital is a safe place where physicians can analyze a patient’s EEG and pinpoint a seizure’s source.
Spinal stenosis can cause back pain and tingling or numbness in the hands and feet. It’s more common as we age, but that doesn’t mean people must live with it.
Dr. Welch explains how brain aneurysms can cause hemorrhagic strokes and what physicians can do to preemptively treat this condition.
If you have epilepsy and want to have a baby, there are precautions to take before, during, and after pregnancy.
Learn about the benefits of the innovative medication Ocrevus and its role in the future of MS treatment.
Recovering from a stroke takes time and special rehabilitation. Dr. Kathleen Bell shares what to expect during the stroke recovery process.