The Concussion Program - Barrow Neurological Institute at Phoenix Children's Hospital
All children are at risk of sustaining a concussion. Currently, there is no way to prevent a concussive injury.
Collaborative, Comprehensive Care
A collaboration of Neurosurgery, Neurology, Sports Medicine, Neuropsychology, Neuroimaging, Injury Prevention, and Rehabilitative Services provides improved communication, clinical care, research, education, and most importantly, patient- and family- centered care.
The multidisciplinary clinic is dedicated solely to the care of pediatric patients who have suffered a traumatic brain injury.
Who to Refer:
- Any child who has suffered a closed head injury with in the last 6 weeks
- A child who has been seen through the Emergency Department for a closed head injury
How to Refer:
Call 602-933-0196 or 602-933-0440
Patients who have had a concussion greater than 6 weeks ago and whose ONLY symptom is chronic headaches, should be referred to our of our designated Neurology providers: Dr. Kara Lewis, Dr. Robert Little, Dr. Marcy Yonker, or Carolyn Hickman, CPNP.