The Doctors discuss if new health issues should affect a person's court sentence.
There is a lot of misinformation out there about what to do in the presence of someone having a stroke. The Doctors share what lifesaving tips you should know.
Brisa, who was a vibrant 32-year-old until one day her face swelled up and she suffered a Pons stroke. With her family by her side, she made an unthinkable recovery and defied every prognosis.
Brisa was a vibrant 32 year old living a fast-paced New York City life until one day her face swelled up and she suffered a Pons stroke. With her family by her side, she made an unthinkable recovery.
Meet Brisa and her family, who join The Doctors after Brisa suffered a pons stroke and they were all told Brisa would never be the same again.
The Doctors discuss purpura, a common condition that can occur for people who have clotting issues or a history of heart attack or stroke.
PseudoBulbar Affect (PBA) is a little-known disorder, but it affects about two million people in the U.S. Those affected are subject to sudden episodes of uncontrollable laughing or crying unrelated to their actual feelings.
Dr. Mike Dow and his brother David Dow discuss aphasia recovery and the book they penned together, “Healing the Broken Brain.”
Psychotherapist Dr. Mike Dow has helped countless guests to The Doctors deal with difficult and painful events. Now he reveals his own family’s struggle with his brother David’s strokes.
The Doctors are joined by Dyanna, who suffered a stroke five years ago, and UCLA Professor of Psychiatry and Aging Dr. Gary Small to discuss PseudoBulbar Affect (PBA), which affects about two million people in America.