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A woman holds a girl's head and hand as she helps her get up off the ground. Although they can be frightening, it's important to understand what to do if someone has a seizure, as well as what not to do.

Epilepsy Awareness: What to Do if Someone has a Seizure

One in 10 people will experience a seizure in their lifetime, so it’s important that you understand how to properly respond if someone with you has a seizure. Although they are commonly associated with epilepsy, seizures can be caused by a number of issues, including fever, infection,…

A therapist helps a stroke patient walk. Stroke therapy can help individuals regain motor skills.

Life after a Stroke: Therapeutic Services can Help Improve Quality of Life

A stroke will change a patient’s life in some way, but with skilled physicians and helpful stroke therapy services, it doesn’t have to be devastating. Many stroke patients continue to live happy, productive lives once they learn how to manage and control the effects of the stroke….

Spinal decompression therapy is one way to treat back pain.

How Spinal Decompression Therapy Works

About 80 percent of adults experience lower back pain at some point in their lives, and this pain can range from mild to debilitating. Although many people believe they have to just live with it, various treatment options can greatly alleviate this pain. One of these is…

There are many types of speech disorders. In this image, a speech therapist works with a child, who is touching her throat to feel the movements as she makes sounds.

Types of Speech Disorders and Therapy Options

Many people may recognize one or two types of speech disorders, but speech therapists actually treat a wide range of issues. Disorders can range from mild to severe. Some are present at birth, while others develop over time. Some are part of a neurological function, while others…


Pain Management in Flint: How Insight Treats the Whole Person

If you need pain management in Flint, you probably have several options. If you want to go beyond the basics with in-depth solutions and comprehensive patient care, however, Insight provides what no one else can. Holistic Solutions with Insight Insight’s Pain Management Center focuses on various methods…

The differences between MRI and CT scans are based on how the equipment functions, as well as what part of the body needs to be examined and why.

What are the Differences Between MRI and CT Scans?

If you’ve been told you need MRI or CT scans, you may have a few questions. While traditional X-rays are still used for imaging in some cases, today’s technology allows for more detailed visuals of the inside of a patient’s body. Common imaging techniques include magnetic resonance…


Dr. Jawad Shah: The Vision Behind Insight

Insight is not only a name. Insight is about having the intrinsic drive and perceptiveness required to drive the future of the neuroscience industry forward. It’s also what’s required to truly give one’s best when it comes to compassionate patient care. No one understands the mission of…


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