Neurology Insights

Most Read Articles of 2022

Happy New Year! 2022 brought us many challenges, but we pushed through and stuck to our mission of providing concierge medical care without the price!

As we look forward to 2023, we are sharing the top 5 most read Neurology Insights articles from 2022. Enjoy!

#5 – UV Exposure: The Good & The Bad

Having your fair share of fun in the sun goes hand in hand with the Florida summer experience. However, as temperatures steadily increase, it’s important to practice UV safety when participating in outdoor activities.

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#4 – Neuropathy: Signs & Solutions

It is estimated that over 20 million individuals live with neuropathy in the United States alone. And yet many still live undiagnosed as symptoms often overlap with other medical conditions and are often left untreated until they present later when the symptoms worsen.

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According to the U.S. National Library of Medicine, there are more than 600 neurologic diseases. With such a wide breadth of ailments, it’s often essential to find a neurology specialist who can help with your specific needs.

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#2 – Anti-Aging & Exercise

Aging, as we all know it, is an inevitable part of life. Over time, our bodies won’t feel the same as they once used to, and we experience changes in performance and mobility. There is a silver lining, however! We can slow down some of the detrimental aspects of aging through exercise.

If you have been anywhere these past couple of years, you may have seen an uptick in the availability of cannabis products like CBD. And with its increased popularity and use, it’s essential to know what it is and how it interacts with the brain and body.

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