May is filled with celebrations for nurses: May 6th was National Nurses Day, and this week (May 6-12) is National Nurses Week. We’re excited to recognize the nurses at Carolina NeuroSurgery & Spine Associates (CNSA) and their positive impact on patients, our practice, and the healthcare industry as a whole.Read More
Essential tremor is a neurological condition that causes abnormal movements of the extremities and sometimes the head and neck, however,the hands are most often involved. To bring further awareness to this neurological condition, we spoke with neurologist Dr. Ki S. Jung to learn more from diagnosis to treatment and management.Read More
Over 17 years after suffering a traumatic brain injury, Kaylin and her family are reunited to thank CNSA neurosurgeon Anthony L. Asher, MD, FAANS, FACS, for saving her life. Kaylin and her family faced an unimaginable, tragic event, but defied all odds and experienced a remarkable recovery thanks to timely surgical intervention, strength, and perseverance.
In celebration of Doctors' Day, we recognize our physicians who provide life-changing, compassionate care to over 70k patients annually at Carolina NeuroSurgery & Spine Associates.Read More
National Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Education and Awareness is observed every March. According to The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation, we must raise awareness for an understanding of the scope of this disease and assist those with MS to feel confident as they make decisions about their health and treatment options.
Every March, The Brain Injury Association of America leads the nation in observing Brain Injury Awareness.
At Carolina Neurosurgery & Spine Associates, we know that a brain injury can be a life-defining event. These injuries are often unpredictable, and the consequences can change everything for a patient and their loved ones in seconds.Read More
This week marks Brain Awareness Week, the global campaign to foster public enthusiasm and support for brain science. At Carolina NeuroSurgery & Spine Associates, the advancement and impact of brain science is critical to the work we do for our patients every single day. We asked our own neurologist, Dr. Ki Jung, why it’s important to support the advancement of brain science.Read More
As our body’s primary structural support system, the spine has a lot of functions: it helps us remain mobile, gives us flexibility, and protects our spinal cord. When the spine is injured, everyday movements like carrying groceries, walking, and picking up children or grandchildren can become painful — and sometimes impossible. Read on to learn more about how to sit and stand properly when experiencing back pain.