Barrow Brain and Spine is one of the leading centers in the country for neurosurgical care, pain management, and rehabilitation. Browse our newsroom to see the newest developments that are pushing the boundaries of what’s possible in patient care.
In Thom Tschetter’s article “A Cure for Imperfect Memory”, featured in GEARS Magazine, Thom recounts his positive customer experience thanks to Dr. David Fusco. View the article here.Read More
Follow along as Dr. Juan Uribe uses a minimally invasive XLIF procedure to repair a lumbar disc. When?: Wednesday, December 6 at 8:30 AM – 10 AM Where?: Barrow Neurological Insititute (350 W Thomas Rd, Phoenix, Arizona 85013) Tickets Available Here For more information, visit our Facebook Event page.Read More
Dr. Uribe discusses Barrow Brain and Spine’s minimally invasive surgery of the spine. Minimally-invasive spine surgery (or MISS for short) provides us the necessary tools to conduct sensitive surgeries with smaller incisions and less tissue trauma. This leads to less postoperative pain and faster recovery times for patients.Read More
October 28 | Phoenix, Arizona Attendees will have a deeper understanding of the clinical pathways available for patients demonstrating symptoms of pituitary complications after surgery, refer patients to proper specialists when necessary, reduce chronic hormonal abnormalities, and improve quality of life. Registration: (Early Bird Deadline 9/29/17) Physicians: $150 Residents/Nurses/Dignity Health Staff: $90 Register HereRead More
Barrow Brain and Spine continually seeks to adopt and employ new tools and technologies in order to help produce better outcomes for patients. Time and again, we have pushed the boundaries of possibility in order to diagnose and treat a wide variety of complex brain and spine issues. In this spirit of innovation, we are proud to announce […]Read More
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