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Category: Patient Stories

“The integration is amazing—how the therapists work together. It’s not just siloed by modality. They really combine them around what Hillary needs, and they’re really caring people.”

Dan Burns Scottsdale

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...

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...