Neurological Associates of Hampton Roads, P.C.; Chesapeake Regional Medical Group Neuroscience Institute At the beginning of his long career, people often asked Dr. Gilbert Snider why he would want to be a neurologist. Back in the 1970s and 80s, neurologists could diagnose patients with complex diseases but frequently couldn’t do much to help them. No one … [Read more...] about Gilbert M. Snider, MD
Physician Partner, Children’s Specialty Group; Attending Physician, Children’s Hospital of The King’s Daughters; Assistant Professor, Eastern Virginia Medical School As a subspecialist in pediatric neuromuscular neurology, Dr. Crystal Proud’s focus was once on optimizing quality of life for babies and children with severely shortened life expectancies – some less … [Read more...] about Crystal M. Proud, MD
Staff Neurologist, Riverside Neurology Specialists Thirty years ago, Dr. John Livingstone picked a specialty based on a hopeful bet. Major advances in neurology during his lifetime, he felt, would transform care for patients who had little to no hope of recovery. Today, even Dr. Livingstone has been amazed at how right he was. The longtime neurologist and … [Read more...] about John N. Livingstone II, MD
5 Tips to Avoid Putting Your Personal Assets at Risk By Erica Pero Have you ever been asked to sign a personal guarantee for something business-related? Lenders and Landlords (a.k.a. “creditors”) frequently require business owners (“debtors”) to sign a personal guarantee before lending money or leasing commercial property. I totally understand why creditors … [Read more...] about The “Personal Guarantee” in Business:
By Alan L Wagner, MD, FACS, FICS Our existence, and survival, is an amazing balancing act of homeostasis. Most of the time, our hormonal, neurological and structural systems work “automatically” without a thought on our part. Yet when the wheels come off, all heck breaks loose. These days, we’re understanding the antecedent events to an organ system’s … [Read more...] about Just Set It, And Forget It?