Caregivers of dementia patients get a hand up with new program

When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, the patient’s caregiver may feel overwhelmed with “what if’s” and the burden of accomplishing daily activities with someone losing their memory. But thanks to Alan B. Stevens, Ph.D., and the Scott & White Caregiver Program, these men and women, who sacrifice their time to care for another, … Continue reading Caregivers of dementia patients get a hand up with new program




Round Rock physical therapy clinic offers hope to Parkinson’s patients

Parkinson’s disease is most commonly associated with tremors—a kind of involuntary shaking. But there’s a lot more to this debilitating movement disorder than just the characteristic tremors. Parkinson’s disease can also make speech difficult, if not impossible. In fact, some 60 to 80 percent of Parkinson’s patients struggle with one or more of the following … Continue reading Round Rock physical therapy clinic offers hope to Parkinson’s patients




Dr. Phillips-Sabol brings awareness to Alzheimer’s

Jacqueline Phillips-Sabol, Ph.D., ABPP-CN, exposes some misconceptions about Alzheimer’s and offers a look inside the nerve degenerative disorder to help families better understand what their loved ones are going through. She also discusses the risk factors and symptoms of Alzheimer’s, and the possible treatment options available to those diagnosed with the disorder. Although there is … Continue reading Dr. Phillips-Sabol brings awareness to Alzheimer’s