According to the American Stroke Association, stroke kills nearly 140,000 people each year. It is the fourth leading cause of death, and a leading cause of disability, in the U.S.
At last, warm weather is here and trees are beginning to bloom! That also means spring allergies are flaring up again.
At Boston Medical Center, our multidisciplinary team specializes in caring for patients with hepatobiliary and pancreatic cancers.
Neuro rehab services, including physical and occupational therapy, can make a difference in the lives of patients diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. In this Q&A with Janet Wright, MSOT, FAOTA, Outpatient Supervisor of Rehab Therapies; Alison Hinsberger, DPT; and Cheryl Anderson, OTR at BMC, learn the benefits that physical and occupational therapy can provide and how to enter one or both of the programs.
April is National Autism Awareness Month. Celebrating awareness, action, inclusion, acceptance, and appreciation, the Autism Society launched a nationwide effort nearly 50 years ago to assure that each person with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is provided the opportunity to achieve the highest possible quality of life.
From the first flickering heartbeats on a fetal ultrasound to the care of an adolescent after open-heart surgery, Boston Medical Center’s team of pediatric cardiologists offer evaluation and comprehensive non-invasive cardiac care through all stages of infancy and childhood.