Local Healthcare Entrepreneur Eric Grigsby, MD, MBA, is recognized for his efforts to keep Napa Community safe NapaCovid has been selected for the 2022 Best of Napa Award in the […]
By Dr. Eric Grigsby Diabetic peripheral neuropathy is a debilitating, progressive neurologic disorder that affects about 30% of adults with diabetes. Spinal cord stimulation is a newer option for addressing […]
NIH HEAL Initiative: Coordinating Center for National Pain Scientists Career Development Grant awarded to Neurovations Education Division NAPA, Calif., Oct. 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Dr. Eric Grigsby, Founder and CEO of Neurovations, announced […]
NAPA, Calif., Sept. 28, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Neurovations now offers transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) — making it the first mental health provider of TMS Therapy in Napa […]
September is Pain Awareness Month. We want to raise awareness and provide resources for physicians and patients alike.
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Napa Pain Institute is looking for a Nurse Practitioner who is or is committed to becoming, an expert and leader in care for patients with chronic pain and related neurological conditions.
Dr. Katalin Karikó, co-inventor of the modified mRNA technology used in vaccines to prevent COVID-19 infection, keynotes the Napa Pain Conference August 23. 2022 Napa, CALIF, – Approximately 600 top […]
Job description We are hiring an experienced Infusion Nurse for Napa Surgery Center(NSC) and Napa Pain Institute. NSC is part of the Neurovations family headquartered in Napa, California in the […]
Several hundred pain clinicians attended the 28th Napa Pain Conference in Napa, CA earlier this month.
Founder Dr. Eric Grigsby reveals new hybrid event to share knowledge broadly Tuesday, September 14, 2021 The Napa Pain Conference hosted its twenty-eighth meeting in downtown Napa this past week, […]
Dr. Ramchandani talks about Substance Use Disorder including Caffeine, Alcohol, Tobacco, Cocaine, and Marijuana. We go into topics that are quite difficult to discuss including how to identify these patients.