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Category: Patient Stories

It was the little things and just the way they delivered their care...I get choked up. It was a really hard time, but those people—I owe an incredible debt of gratitude to everybody there.

Andy Scholl San Diego

30-Year-Old Has Surgery at Barrow After Brain Tumor Found by Mistake

Jordan Lawley lay motionless in the MRI machine for half an hour while it scanned his head and neck. He wasn’t expecting it to find anything unusual. After...

Argentina Woman Travels to Barrow for Spinal Cavernoma Surgery

Eleven days after submitting her daughter’s medical information to Barrow neurosurgeons through the institute’s online Second Opinion Program, Teresa de Stefano of Argentina received what she called “magic...

Barrow Neuro-Rehabilitation Patient Walking After Plane Crash

A 20-year-old Phoenix man is making an amazing recovery and is walking again after sustaining critical injuries, including a traumatic brain injury, from a plane crash that occurred...

St. Louis Teen Recovers from “Inoperable” Spinal Tumor at Barrow

(PHOENIX – Dec.18, 2018) – Neurosurgeons at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix have successfully removed a rare and complex spinal lesion from a 17-year-old St. Louis girl, eliminating...

Barrow Offers Outreach Program for Hispanics With Parkinson’s

During his six years in the Marine Corps, Celso Otero had learned to hide his emotions. “I came from an environment where that’s how you show weakness, if...