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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

Barrow Parkinson’s Patient, Wife Say DBS Surgery Changed Their Lives

This article features a Barrow patient whose surgery was streamed live online as part of our efforts to advance the knowledge and practice of medicine in the neurosciences....

Acoustic Neuroma Patient Hopes to Raise Awareness With Live Surgery

When 65-year-old Carolyn O’Brien of Gilbert, Arizona began having balance problems two years ago, she blamed the aging process. The overwhelming fatigue that followed was probably related to...

Young Norwegian Man Travels to Barrow for Aneurysm Surgery

Neurosurgeons at Barrow Neurological Institute have successfully treated a very complex brain aneurysm from a 35-year-old man from Norway, preventing the golf ball-sized malformation from rupturing and sparing...

ALS Patient Joins Neurodegeneration Lab as Volunteer

On the back of his motorized wheelchair, 55-year-old Doug Clough proudly displays a yellow and white flag bearing his mantra: love life, live life. Clough has amyotrophic lateral...

Boston Mother to Celebrate Special Thanksgiving After AVM Surgeries

A young Boston mother will celebrate a special Thanksgiving this year just months after undergoing four complex brain surgeries at Barrow Neurological Institute in Phoenix to treat what...