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The Dance Rehabilitation Program at George Washington University Hospital provides one-on-one evaluation and treatment so dancers of all kinds — professional, novice and recreational — can return to the activity they love. Highly trained therapists...
Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) is an FDA-approved treatment to correct abnormal electrical activity in the brain that causes neurological movement disorders, including Parkinson's disease, dystonia (characterized by muscle spasms) and essential...
Deep vein thrombosis (DVT) is the formation of a blood clot (thrombus) in a vein deep inside the body. The clot may interfere with circulation and break off and travel through the bloodstream where it could lodge in the brain, lungs, heart or other...
The GW Digestive Disorder Center offers the diagnosis and treatment for disorders of all gastroenterological organs including the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, gall bladder, liver and pancreas. The physician staff includes national and...
The George Washington University Hospital offers some of the most technologically advanced patient care equipment in the country, including a promising new imaging device, the Dilon 6800 gamma camera. This camera may potentially revolutionize how...
A trigger point is a hyper-irritable area associated with a taut band of muscle fibers and a nodule, or "knot" in the muscle. Trigger points are often the cause of pain in the neck, lower back, shoulders, hips and other areas and can also cause some...