Phoenix Neurological Associates

Phoenix Neurological Associates

  1. Tips on Preventing Migraines

    Many people struggle with constant headaches and migraines. When chronic headaches are slowing you down, your quality of life is decreased and you are living in pain, you want relief that lasts. The neurologists at Phoenix Neurological Associates care about your brain health and want you to wake up each morning and go out into the bright world pain-free. Preventing headac…Read More

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    Athletes and CTE

    With the end of the football season, there may be a lot of talk about the number of concussions that players sustained. The frequent abuse that football players endure is a controversial aspect to the game. With more and more information about brain health and neurological impairments related to brain injuries, focus is being put on players mental performance years after …Read More

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    Keep Your Brain Young

    Keeping your brain strong and healthy is more than just eating a handful of blueberries each day and playing Sudoku puzzles. These things are great of course, but what else should be done to improve brain health? The brain is a wonderfully complex organ and many bodily functions are dependent on the brain. Signals from the brain are sent throughout the body telling your f…Read More

  4. Helping Your Loved One After a Stroke

    Sometimes, stroke recovery is very quick, within 30 days and with minimal symptoms, but this is not always the case. Many stroke survivors will have a new set of both physical and emotional needs upon returning home, and some symptoms may never go away. If your loved one has survived a stroke and will be returning home, keep the following tips in mind to promote a fast and…Read More

  5. Exercise For a Healthy Brain

    When most people consider what it takes to keep their brains healthy, they look to literature, puzzles, mathematics, brain training games, and other intellectual pursuits. These mentally stimulating activities are important for the brain, to be sure, but exercising the brain isn’t just about flexing those intellectual muscles; it’s about flexing your actual muscles, to…Read More

  6. My Loved One Has ALS

    If your loved one has received an ALS diagnosis (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also called Lou Gehrig’s disease), you may be angry, scared, upset, or in shock, but your loved one will need you now more than ever before. We understand that ALS can be a downright frightening disease, but there are many small things you can do to support your loved one. Keep the following …Read More

  7. The Basics of Dystonia

    As neurologists, we treat a wide variety of conditions, many of which can occur concurrently or seem to indicate any number of diagnoses. It can sometimes be tricky as professionals to get to the bottom of a particular set of symptoms because they may resemble another condition than the one that is causing the problem. One such condition is dystonia, a neurological moveme…Read More

  8. Understanding the Nerve Biopsy

    When your neurologist or other physician recommends a nerve biopsy, it can be pretty intimidating to consider. After all, you nerves are what keep your body functioning correctly, and now your doctor wants to poke and prod at one of them? Here at Phoenix Neurological Associates, we understand that diagnostic tests, such as biopsies, can be scary, especially if you’ve ne…Read More

  9. Avoid These Foods For a Healthy Brain

    In a previous blog post, we discussed some of the best foods you can eat to keep your brain healthy and functioning at optimal levels, but eating all of the right things won’t do much if you’re also consuming foods and beverages that are bad for your brain. Let’s round out this discussion on brain health with some foods you should avoid in order to promote optimal b…Read More

  10. Stay Hydrated For Optimal Brain Function

    Do you have a poor memory, struggle with focusing, or otherwise just feel foggy upstairs? It could be that you’re not drinking enough water. Most Americans, up to three quarters of us in fact, suffer from chronic dehydration despite the fact that the majority of us understand the importance of staying hydrated. We’ve all been told for years to drink X ounces or glasses…Read More

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Phoenix Neurological Associates complies with applicable Federal civil rights laws and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Phoenix Neurological Institute does not exclude people or treat them differently because of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex. Phoenix Neurological Associates:
  • Provides free aids and services to people with disabilities to communicate effectively with us, such as:
    • Qualified sign language interpreters
    • Written information in other formats (large print, audio, accessible electronic formats, other formats)
  • Provides free language services to people whose primary language is not English, such as:
    • Qualified interpreters Information written in other languages
If you need these services, contact Robert Chiffelle, COO. If you believe that Phoenix Neurological Associates has failed to provide these services or discriminated in another way on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, disability, or sex, you can file a grievance with: Robert Chiffelle, COO, 5090 N. 40 St., Suite 250, Phoenix, Az. 85018, Telephone number 602-258-3354, Fax 602-258-3368, Rchiffelle@pnal.net. You can file a grievance in person or by mail, fax, or email. If you need help filing a grievance, Robert Chiffelle, COO is available to help you. You can also file a civil rights complaint with the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Office for Civil Rights, electronically through the Office for Civil Rights Complaint Portal, available at https://ocrportal.hhs.gov/ocr/portal/lobby.jsf, or by mail or phone at:

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 200 Independence Avenue, SW Room 509F, HHH Building Washington, D.C. 20201 1-800-368-1019, 800-537-7697 (TDD)

Complaint forms are available at http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/office/file/index.html

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Phoenix Neurological Associates cumple con las leyes federales de derechos civiles aplicables y no discrimina por motivos de raza, color, nacionalidad, edad, discapacidad o sexo. [Name of covered entity] no excluye a las personas ni las trata de forma diferente debido a su origen étnico, color, nacionalidad, edad, discapacidad o sexo. Phoenix Neurological Associates:
  • Proporciona asistencia y servicios gratuitos a las personas con discapacidades para que se comuniquen de manera eficaz con nosotros, como los siguientes:
    • Intérpretes de lenguaje de señas capacitados.
    • Información escrita en otros formatos (letra grande, audio, formatos electrónicos accesibles, otros formatos).
  • Proporciona servicios lingüísticos gratuitos a personas cuya lengua materna no es el inglés, como los siguientes:
    • Intérpretes capacitados.
    • Información escrita en otros idiomas.
Si necesita recibir estos servicios, comuníquese con Robert L. Chiffelle, COO. Si considera que Phoenix Neurological Associates no le proporcionó estos servicios o lo discriminó de otra manera por motivos de origen étnico, color, nacionalidad, edad, discapacidad o sexo, puede presentar un reclamo a la siguiente persona: Robert Chiffelle, COO, 5090 N. 40 St., Suite 250, Phoenix, Az. 85018, Telephone number 602-258-3354, Fax 602-258-3368, Rchiffelle@pnal.net. Puede presentar el reclamo en persona o por correo postal, fax o correo electrónico. Si necesita ayuda para hacerlo, Robert L. Chiffelle, COO está a su disposición para brindársela. También puede presentar un reclamo de derechos civiles ante la Office por Civil Rights (Oficina de Derechos Civiles) del Department of Health and Human Services (Departamento de Salud y Servicios Humanos) de EE. UU. de manera electrónica a través de Office for Civil Rights Complaint Portal, disponible en https://ocrportal.hhs.gov/ocr/portal/lobby.jsf, o bien, por correo postal a la siguiente dirección o por teléfono a los números que figuran a continuación:

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 200 Independence Avenue, SW Room 509F, HHH Building Washington, D.C. 20201 1-800-368-1019, 800-537-7697 (TDD)

Puede obtener los formularios de reclamo en el sitio web http://www.hhs.gov/ocr/office/file/index.html.

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