Published Nov 04, 2009
Even in this information age, those dealing with symptoms of often serious neurological problems face the daunting task of finding accurate, credible, and concise information—the essential medical fact. Using case histories as examples, Walter G. Bradley, one of the world’s leading neurologists explains the neurological examinations, tests, clinical features, causes, and treatments available for Alzheimer’s disease, migraines, stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s and other frequently diagnosed neurological disorders.
Known by medical students and physicians across the globe, as the editor of the leading neurology textbook, Neurology in Clinical Practice, Bradley provides a definitive resource for patients, caregivers, and other health practitioners. Treating the Brain is for anyone who has ever had a neurological symptom, from a headache to tingling hands, and for anyone with a personal interest in how the brain works in health and disease, Treating the Brain will prove to be a valuable, easy-to-read source of a wide-range of information.