Dr. Jack Wilberger
The Pirates have a number of awards to present on Opening Day after the season they had last year, and have chosen some interesting former Pirates to do the presenting.
KDKA’s Robert Mangino and Dr. Gerald Pifer welcomed two doctors from the West Penn Allegheny Health System to discuss epilepsy causes and treatment options.
Can minor blows to the head, which fall short of concussion, lead to autoimmune disease later?
Dr. Gerald Pifer was joined in the studio on NewsRadio1020 KDKA today by Dr. Jennifer Hoist and Dr. Stasia Miaskiewicz from Allegheny General Hospital.
Most recently we’ve learned about the serious neurological damage associated with repeated concussions – dementia, depression, Alzheimer’s, memory loss and death – some by their own hand.
Dr. Pifer was joined in the studio today by Dr. Jack Wilberger and Dr. James Valeriano of Allegheny General Hospital Department of Neurology and Neurosurgery.
This week on Medical Frontiers, Dr. Pifer was joined by Dr. Jack Wilberger, Allegheny General Hospital Department of Neurosurgery.
KDKA AM’s Larry and John talk to neurologist Dr Jack Wilberger about concussion concerns for Sidney Crosby and other athletes.
It’s the highlight of watching Dick LeBeau’s crew go to work – seeing Troy Polamalu’s hair flying as he hunts down his prey. He often appears to fly in for the kill.
Dr. Jack Wilberger is not Sidney Crosby’s doctor and he’s not even sure what symptoms Sid is having. But Wilberger says the fact that Sid is having any symptoms eight months after his concussion is a major concern.
Back when Super Bowl victories were celebrated in Market Square and the Terrible Trolley took you from South Hills Junction to town with music all the way, Terry Bradshaw was at the top of his game.