The Leonard Lopate Show :There are some brain disorders that do not respond to traditional treatments and therapies.
By Mike Celizic
TODAYShow.com contributer: Sam Gladen was a normal boy who loved running around with his friends, riding his bike and playing sports, especially football. But in 2007, he started to limp. Soon his left foot turned inward, at almost a 90-degree angle to his leg. Click here to continue
Simcoe Reformer, Ashley House, Simcoe Reporter. She Lays her head between the cushions of what looks much like a massage table. But you can tell by the way Simcoe teen Kelby Balch,16, clinches her hands together and winces her eyes closed tight that this is no relaxation therapy.
We are pleased to announce that Dr. Zen Ni working with a team headed by Dr. Robert Chen at Toronto Western Hospital has been awarded a two year fellowship funded jointly by DMRFC and CIHR.