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Do you believe in the power of good news? We certainly do after reading Holly's story! Her parents found their way to Barrow after seeing a news article about a child who had his seizures cured by laser thermoablation surgery. Please share her story; you might help more people find their way to a cure! #BrainTumorThursday
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Congratuations and best of luck to the 2014 Graduates of the Barrow Neurology Residency Program and Neurology Fellowships.
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CONGRATS EVERYONE! If you are looking for an attractively paying healthcare opportunity following graduation, please visit us at http://leapdoctor.com/ or like our Facebook page to get immediate job updates in your area or the city of your choice :)
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Looking to feel good on Friday? Read about our summer speech camp for children with cleft lip and palate. We love these kids, and we love being able to help them! #FeelGoodFriday
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Watch Lonnie Ali and Dr. Abe Lieberman talk about the exciting updates to the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center.
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We need your help! In 1989 Barrow neurosurgeons Dr. Robert Spetzler, Dr. Volker Sonntag, and Dr. Harold Rekate made international headlines when they performed surgery on 10-year-old Timothy Mathias. Timothy's skull was separated from his spine when he was hit by a car while riding his bike. He went on to make a full recovery, and now 25 years later, his case was referenced by prime time NBC drama The Night Shift! We'd love to find Timothy and find out how he is doing these days. Please like and share! It might help us get in touch with him!
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Every year The Barrow Connection helps dozens of people with neurological disabilities take to the waves at Bartlett Lake. Thanks to all of the awesome volunteers who make this event possible!
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In need of a Monday pick up? Read about a local teen who was able to graduate from high school this spring after Barrow Neurosurgeon Dr. Andrew Little removed a tumor at the base of his brain. Dr. Little is an expert on endoscopic endonasal neurosurgery. This procedure is performed at only a handful of hospitals in the country, and involves using the nose as a natural gateway to the base of the skull. This approach reduces complications and recovery time. Read more about Maverick's story here!
About a year ago, Glendale teen Maverick Almendarez went to a clinic for nasal congestion, nosebleeds and shortness of breath.
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Congratuations to Barrow concussion expert Dr. Javier Cardenas on being named to the +NFL Head, Neck, and Spine Committee. Though the bulk of Dr. Cardenas's practice involves caring for adolescent athletes, he can also be found on the sidelines at +Arizona Cardinals  home games helping the team identify and treat neurological injuries. Way to go, Dr. Cardenas!
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Sam's story has been making a lot of headlines lately on The Huffington Post, ABC News, and other sites. Take a look if you haven't seen it already. Warning: may be a source of inspiration!
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We're famous! Barrow was mentioned during the series premiere of the +NBC drama "The Night Shift".  You can't believe everything you see on TV, but this clip actually does describe a procedure (occipitoatlantal fixation) that was pioneered at Barrow in the 1980s. Clip courtesy of NBC Television.
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Barrow Neurosurgeon Dr. Steve Chang talks with +SonoranLivingLive about advances in the treatment of cervical disc degeneration.
((SL Advertiser)) How artificial disk replacement can relieve pain in the cervical spine  
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Barrow Neurological Institute of St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona, is internationally recognized as a leader in neurological research and patient care.

Barrow treats patients with a wide range of neurological conditions, including brain and spinal tumors, aneurysms and cerebrovascular conditions, and neuromuscular disorders. Barrow's clinicians and researchers are devoted to providing excellent patient care and finding better ways to treat neurological disorders.
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Vincent Zevecke
reviewed 9 months ago
I would recommed Mayo Clinic or Mayo Hosipital over Barrow Neurological Institute
A Google User
reviewed 3 years ago
I went to see Dr. Dahl (sp?) at Barrows Movement Disorder Clinic. Instead of giving me the injections I was referred for, he put me through a series of tests, diagnosed me with Parkinson's Disease and tried to put me on serious brain altering medication (I refused)!!! He was arrogant and condescending. Needless to say I was devastated and distraught and this diagnosis negatively affected my life. A month later I went to a respected neuro who diagnosed me with a much less serious condition. I suffered so much for nothing and could have been hurt more with meds I didn't need. Avoid at all costs!!!!
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