Neurosurgery

Pain 101

By Texas Neurosurgery LLP
March 15, 2018

When you cut yourself on a kitchen knife or when you’re lifting something and suddenly feel a sharp pain, what’s going on? Since we deal with pain all the time at Texas Neurosurgery, here’s a little basic primer on how this aspect of human behavior works. How you feel pain OK, so you’re cutting a...  read more


Causes of Trigeminal Neuralgia

By blogwriter
August 15, 2015
Trigeminal Neuralgia

TN or Trigeminal Neuralgia is also referred to as tic douloureux. It is a condition or an ailment where the patient suffers from shooting and intermittent pain in the face. This is an ailment where the trigeminal nerve of a person gets affected. This is one of the largest out of all the nerves of...  read more


What Causes Hemifacial Spasms

By blogwriter
July 31, 2015

Hemifacial spasms occur due to involuntary muscle contractions on only one side of the face. These spasms generally begin with occasional twitching of the eyelid that might, in some severe situations, lead to complete closure of the eye that has been affected. The muscle spasms sometimes continue to reach the lower part of the face,...  read more


How A Neurosurgeon Can Help With Parkinson's Disease

By admin
April 2, 2015

Parkinson 's disease is a motor system disorder that results from the loss of dopamine-producing cells in the brain. Dopamine is a chemical that controls movement in the body, and the loss of these cells causes the symptoms of Parkinson's such as tremors, slowed movements, stiffness in the limbs and trunk, and difficulty with balance....  read more


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