Location: Napa We’re looking for a world-class pain physician to join our team in the heart of wine country. Once in a lifetime opportunity to practice in a setting that […]
Job description We are hiring an experienced Perioperatvie Nurse for Napa Surgery Center(NSC). NSC is part of the Neurovations family headquartered in Napa, California in the heart of the California […]
Job description The Clinical Research Assistant handles clinical trial administration for all protocol phases. Serves as a resource for study team members and principal investigators and assists with subject recruitment, […]
Job description The Clinical Research Coordinator handles clinical trial administration for all protocol phases. Serves as a resource for study team members and principal investigators and assists with subject recruitment, […]
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.
In this second part of advocating for your own health, Dr. Grigsby, CEO, and Founder of Neurovations explains how to choose a specialist.
Xalud Therapeutics’ Lead Candidate, XT-150, Achieves Multiple Clinical Milestones in Pathologic Inflammation and Neuroimmunology Therapeutic Areas
Completion of enrollment for the Phase 2b study in osteoarthritis of the knee Clinical data presented at OARSI provides support for osteoarthritis program First patient dosed in the Phase 1/2a […]
Dr Grigsby, CEO and Founder of Neurovations, explains how to advocate for your health.
What is the difference between muscle spasms, tremors, and spasticity? Dr. Eric Grigsby breaks down spasticity and the many treatments available today including stimulation to control the condition.
Imagine for a moment you are in a small room, with some unfamiliar instruments on the wall. You might be a little nervous and as soon as the doctor enters, your impressions begin to form.
A team of Duke students that is working to make life-saving surgery possible for infants with a rare birth defect has won the top prize at the 2021 Bay Area Global Health Innovation Challenge.