Patient Stories

Monmouth Neuroscience Institute:

Real Patients. Real Stories.

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See for yourself how our quality health care team makes a difference in real peoples’ lives everyday.

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A tremor patient has so much benefit from gamma knife that he decides to come back and get the other side done!

 

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Using telemedicine for specialty neurology “virtual” home visits to ALS patients.

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Robert, a transverse myelitis patient, walks and exercises normally for the first time in years with intrathecal baclofen therapy.

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Another patient with trigeminal neuralgia benefits from gamma knife radiosurgery.

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A patient with severe tremor benefits from gamma knife radiosurgery at Monmouth Neuroscience Institute.

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Patient with severe essential tremor improves with deep brain stimulation.

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Young non-ambulatory spinal cord injury patient benefits from intrathecal baclofen to alleviate lower extremity spasticity.

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Young stroke patient benefits from multidisciplinary stroke care and emergent surgery.

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11-year old girl with proximal limb weakness from CIDP improves dramatically with IVIG.

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Normal pressure hydrocephalus patient improves dramatically after placement of a shunt.

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Patient with spasticity from spinal cord injury improves after intrathecal baclofen pump placement.

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click hereTIA patient describes her experience at Monmouth Neuroscience Institute’s TIA Rapid Evaluation Center.

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click hereTeacher gets relief from chronic pain after a spinal fusion by Monmouth orthopedic spine surgeon.

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Multiple sclerosis patient with trigeminal neuralgia describes her experience with gamma knife radiosurgery at Monmouth.

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Successful intrathecal baclofen trial at Monmouth Neuroscience Institute’s Spasticity Center.

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Patient with suspected Lou Gehrig’s disease actually has mulifocal motor neuropathy, and improves with treatment.

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Patient with warfarin associated intracerebral hemorrhage improves after rapid reversal of the coagulopathy using prothrombin complex.

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Monmouth Medical Center physician puts ultimate trust in a colleague’s hands for spine surgery.

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