Barrow Brain and Spine, a world class destination for neurosurgery and Arizona’s largest neurosurgical group is pleased to announce the addition of Interventional Spine and Sports Medicine, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation physician, Grace Maloney, M.D. to our growing St. Joseph’s Medical Center office location. Dr. Maloney completed her Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation residency at Stanford Medicine and fellowship in Interventional Spine at Barrow Brain and Spine in Phoenix, Arizona. She is board certified by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Dr. Maloney specializes in interventional spine care and sports medicine. Her practice includes vertebral augmentation, spinal cord stimulation for chronic pain, stem cell injections for degenerative disc disease and degenerative joint disease as well as physical medicine and rehabilitation.
Dr. Maloney’s primary clinic to see new and emergent patients is located at 2910 North 3rd Ave, Phoenix, Arizona 85013. She will also see patients in our Ahwatukee office and perform procedures at our 3090 North 3rd Ave, Phoenix, Arizona 85013 location.
Dr. Maloney’s office Phone 602-406-4630. Fax: 602-294-8269
Barrow Brain and Spine has seven locations throughout the Valley and an affiliation with Barrow Neurological Institute. Barrow Brain and Spine was the first neurosurgery practice in Arizona and was established in 1960 by Dr. John Green. Dr. Robert Spetzler, Dr. Green’s successor, transformed Barrow into one of the best neuroscience centers in the world and one of the leading neurosurgery residency and fellowship training programs in the world. Dr. Michael Lawton, Dr. Spetzler’s successor, now leads the Barrow Neurological Institute’s continued growth and expansion.
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