Thanks for being here tonight. And I do want to say that while the talk is entitled Neck and Back Pain in Women, I do see some men here, which is great. Because pretty much everything I’m talking about also applies to men. There– –necks and backs. Yeah. You have… Continue Reading Stanford Doctor Discusses Neck and Back Pain in Women

Good evening, everyone. Welcome. I’m Nora Cain. I’m the director of the Stanford Health Library. And it’s my pleasure to welcome you all here tonight for the first of our community lectures of 2017. So happy new year to all of you. And it seemed like an auspicious way to… Continue Reading Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow: Emerging Treatments for Hair Loss

Hi everybody. Professor Ball here and welcome back. Now we’re going to jump in and we’re going to talk about the problem of attachments. I love this section. It’s a great understanding of how your brain works as we go through this training you’re going to keep learning new tools… Continue Reading freedom from pain 3 [The Problem Of Attachments ]

Hello my name is Mark Buyyounouski . I am an Associate Professor and Director of the Genitourinary Cancers Program in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Stanford University. In this series, I will be speaking about radiation therapy for prostate cancer. My background includes a Bachelor�s of Science Degree in… Continue Reading Stanford Radiation Oncologist Explains Radiation Therapy Treatment for Prostate Cancer

WE GET MORE FROM OUR MEDICAL CORRESPONDENT DR. JOHN TORRES. >>SIX MONTHS AGO PIERRE MARTIN’S LEFT ARM WAS IN SUCH EXCRUCIATING PAIN HE COULDN’T LIFT A KITCHEN SKILLET LET ALONE THIS DESK. >>IT WAS GETTING WORSE AND WORSE AND WORSE. >>THE 57-YEAR-OLD DIDN’T WANT TO MASK THE PROBLEM WITH PAIN… Continue Reading Can Virtual Reality Sessions Treat Chronic Pain? One Stanford Doctor Says Yes | NBC Nightly News

Welcome to the Stanford Health Library. Thank you for coming here tonight. My name is Michele Jehenson and I work at the orofacial pain clinic at the Stanford Pain Center in Redwood City. So today’s topic is TMJ disorders. TMD, I’m going to speak about the nature of the disorder.… Continue Reading Diagnosis and Treatment of TMJ Disorders

I’m Paul Raffer and I’m a Neurologist, a physician, and practiced, until I became ill. My first symptoms were a very common manifestation of a lot of things called rash. It took awhile for that to be diagnosed correctly. I have a very good friend who recommended a very good… Continue Reading Mycosis Fungoides and Cutaneous Lymphomas

So I’m excited to be here today to talk to you about the opioid epidemic the subtitle from Freud to Fentanyl. I will become clear in the course of the lecture. I have been retained as a medical expert witness in federal and state opioid litigation over my opinions are… Continue Reading The Opioid Epidemic: From Freud to Fentanyl with Anna Lembke

Thank you for coming. It’s really a pleasure to be here. And I hope everyone in the back can hear me. I tend to speak very loud but just raise your hand if you need me to speak more loudly. If you’ve heard any of the recent statistics, then you… Continue Reading Opening the Medicine Box in the Mind: The Psychology of Pain