MEDPAGE TODAY by Heath McAnally, MD August 30, 2018 “Do you guys apply whale blubber poultices frozen or heat them up first?” I’m always asked silly questions like that after my colleagues find out I’m from the last frontier — Alaska. But they might be surprised to learn we actually have SCS, even DRG stim,… Read more »
Look into my eyes. The phrase calls to mind images of a psychotherapist swinging a pocket watch. Or maybe you picture Catherine Keener in the film Get Out, tapping her teacup and sending an unwilling man into a state of hypnotic limbo. “There are many myths about hypnosis, mostly coming from media presentations,” like fictional… Read more »
A Norfolk doctor publicized a treatment for sepsis that includes infusions of Vitamin C, steroids and Vitamin B in March, and Greek researchers say they want to do a randomized controlled trial of it.