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Chris Bojrab, MD

Chris Bojrab, MD
January 18, 2016
In our world of ever-expanding pharmacologic options, we continue to see patients whose treatment may be compromised by non-adherence to our prescribed medication regimens.
Chris Bojrab, MD
April 30, 2015
How aggressive are you in treating insomnia in your patients, and how do you choose which agent to use?
Chris Bojrab, MD
November 11, 2014
Bipolar disorder affects approximately 2% to 3% of the population and is the sixth leading cause of disability worldwide.
Chris Bojrab, MD
October 17, 2014
Healthcare providers are often in a position of influence in terms of the use of supplements, vitamins, and alternative therapies by their patients, but patients are also swayed by the latest medical…
Chris Bojrab, MD
July 24, 2014
In standard TMS, direct neuronal activation is limited to a depth of about 1.5 cm in cortical regions. With Deep TMS, the different design of the coil system allows for greater penetration and direct…
Chris Bojrab, MD
May 07, 2014
Although the diagnostic criteria for the two conditions seem distinctive at first glance, there is a significant degree of variability of symptom presentation.
Chris Bojrab, MD
April 16, 2014
Do you use metaphors to explain how various medications work to your patients?
Chris Bojrab, MD
February 14, 2014
Seasonal Affective Disorder (SAD) is more prevalent in northern latitudes. The right type of light box therapy may be helpful.
Chris Bojrab, MD
January 14, 2014
Generic medications may potentially offer significant savings for patients. However, it's important to understand how these medications are similar and different from brand-name medications.
Chris Bojrab, MD
December 10, 2013
Over the past few years, a number of companies have begun to offer genetic testing services marketed primarily to psychiatrists. It's important for clinicians to understand how to use these tests to…
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