Barrow Neurological Institute
Barrow Neurological Institute at Dignity Health St. Joseph's Hospital & Medical Center is an internationally recognized leader in neurology and neurosurgery. Barrow treats patients with a wide range of conditions including; Alzheimer's disease and dementia, brain and spinal tumors, concussion and spinal traumas, neuromuscular diseases, stroke, and craniofacial, cerebrovascular and cognitive disorders. Barrow is home to several centers of excellence, including the Ivy Brain Tumor Center, Barrow Center of Neuromodulation, Gregory W. Fulton ALS and Neuromuscular Disease Center, and the Muhammad Ali Parkinson Center. The skilled medical experts at Barrow perform more neurosurgical procedures annually than anywhere in the United States.
Barrow Neurological Foundation
The Barrow Neurological Foundation raises awareness and funding for patient care, medical education, and research conducted at Barrow Neurological Institute. At Barrow, 100 percent of all donations go directly to donors' designations. For information on how you can contribute, visit SupportBarrow.org or call the foundation office at (602) 406-3041. Gifts to Barrow Neurological Foundation are tax deductible as provided in 501(c)(3) of the Federal Tax Code.
T.W. Lewis Foundation Support
T.W. Lewis Foundation has partnered with Barrow Neurological Institute and Barrow Neurological Foundation to establish the Jan & Tom Lewis Migraine Treatment Program with a 5-year matching gift that will support program leadership, increased staffing, increased migraine patient capacity, and migraine research. The vision for the Jan & Tom Lewis Migraine Treatment Program is to become the leading center for migraine treatment and research in the Southwest as measured by the quality and quantity of its patient services and the respect of its peers.
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"I was able to sit up for an entire day for the first time in 14 months" - CSF leak patient
"I feel the best I have in the past 25 years" - Trigeminal neuralgia patient who receives sphenopalatine ganglion blocks
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