At a glance
Trigger point injection (TPI) is a simple procedure widely performed to relieve myofascial pain. It involves injection of medications into trigger points, or knots that form when muscles do not relax.
There’s one vagus nerve on each side of your body, running from your brainstem through your neck to your chest and abdomen. With vagus nerve stimulation, a device is surgically implanted (by a neurosurgeon) under the skin on your chest. A wire is threaded under your skin connecting the device to the left vagus nerve. […]
The only way to definitively diagnosis small fiber neuropathy is through a skin biopsy. Small fiber neuropathy results from damage to the small, unmyelinated nerve fibers that convey pain and temperature sensations. Routine neurological exams such as EMG and nerve conduction studies can often be normal in patients with isolated small fiber neuropathy. The physician […]
This new and specialized revolutionary treatment has been very effective in helping select patients with diagnoses of migraines, headaches, dystonia, blepharospasm, torticollis, hemiplegia, muscle spasms, and multiple sclerosis.
Welcome to Lakeside Neurocare
Lakeside Neurocare Limited is proud to have been providing patients in the Oshkosh, Fond du Lac and surrounding communities in Wisconsin with highly specialized neurologic care for the past 40 years. Lakeside Neurocare was founded in 1976 by Kenneth M. Viste, Jr. Dr. Xian-Feng Gu, the current owner of Lakeside Neurocare, works tirelessly for his patients and is the advocate they need to help diagnose, treat, and live with their neurologic condition. Dr. Gu's career has been devoted and dedicated to treating patients with neurologic conditions.
- Loss of bowel/bladder control
- Neck pain
- Back pain
- Spinal discomfort
- Memory loss
- Head trauma
- Altered Vision
- Loss or alteration of taste
- Loss or alteration of smell
- Hearing loss
- Tinnitus (ringing in ears)
- Limb Pain
- Nerve compression
- Carpal tunnel syndrome
- Altered bodily sensation
- Abnormal movements
- Foot drop
- Learning disability
- Loss or alteration of consciousness
- Difficulty walking
Dr. Xian-feng Gu, M.D.
Xian-feng Gu, M.D., joined Lakeside Neurocare in 1995 with a collaborative vision to provide patients with comprehensive neurology services as well as education and encouragement, and being an active partner in the management of their neurologic needs. Dr. Gu practices general neurology and has...Find out more
Lacy Ihde, M.S.N., APNP-C
Lacy joined Lakeside Neurocare in June of 2014. Lacy is a graduate from Northern Michigan University with a Masters in Nursing. While attending school, Lacy worked as a flight nurse and in ICU – which required her to remain calm and act quickly and efficiently in...Find out more
Renae Patrick, R.N., M.S.N., APNP-C
Renae M. Patrick, R.N., M.S.N., APNP-C, started her career as a registered nurse, joining our team at Lakeside Neurocare in the fall of 2011 prior to receiving her master’s degree and nurse practitioner license. Renae received her masters from Marion University in Fond du...Find out more
A patient that needs a neurologist, typically is faced with a chronic condition that will need periodic evaluation and on-going treatment. Some of these conditions are more debilitating than others. Whatever your neurologic condition, Lakeside Neurocare is dedicated to providing healthcare tailored to our patient's individual needs. This is accomplished through professional collaboration and teamwork with other healthcare providers and professionals, therapists, social workers and family members.