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Do you really need neck or back surgery? David Barranco, MD, neurosurgeon at Barrow Brain and Spine talks about neck and back conditions, treatment options and when to consider surgery. Watch Video Clip Q: Dr. Barranco, tell us, why are we seeing so many more people with neck and back pain? A: There are many […]Read More
Finding out you have to have surgery on your brain is very scary. Jason Rosow shares his story and how the results brought him to tears. He was in China for work and after having difficulty with his vision, he went to the doctor. He was diagnosed with an Arteriovenous Malformation (AVM). The Chinese Doctor […]Read More
Seventy-five percent of Americans with back pain are overweight. At Barrow Brain and Spine, Dr. David Fusco has seen a 20 percent increase in patients suffering from back pain due to obesity. 12news wanted to help patients find out what can be done to relieve pain. Watch Clip HereRead More
Brain tumors are a serious subject. Dr. Andrew Little, Neurosurgeon at Barrow Brain and Spine will walk us through how to handle a brain tumor diagnosis. Watch Video Clip Q: How are brain tumors diagnosed? A: Most people visit their primary care doctor with a list of symptoms. The symptoms of a brain tumor depend […]Read More
It may feel impossible to get back into the swing of golfing after an injury. The simple nature of the swing can put a significant amount of stress on the body. Watch Video Clip Barrow NeuroSpine and Rehab Center, with locations in Scottsdale and Phoenix, have spine specialists specifically trained in non-surgical measures to accurately […]Read More
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