• Neurosciences

  • Dr. Brad Duhon - SI Joint Dysfunction


    Parker Adventist Hospital neurosurgeon Dr. Brad Duhon, discusses sacroiliac (SI) joint dysfunction which causes back pain as well as pain in the upper buttocks and upper legs. Dr. Duhon explains how SI fusion surgery is highly effective in eliminating the pain.

    Heidi's Story - Parker Adventist Hospital - Neurosurgery


    In 2009, Heidi got the best birthday present ever. More birthdays.

    It was just another day,except Heidi woke up with a headache. But there was plenty to do; two small children, a full-time job and volunteer work had her hopping. Until the headache didn't go away. When she became nauseous and dizzy, her husband called 911. At Parker Adventist Hospital, an MRI revealed a brain aneurysm caused by a rare, but treatable form of cancer. That's when neurosurgeon, Dr. Sean Markey and his surgical team stepped in, performing a highly specialized, life-saving procedure. Today Heidi takes nothing for granted - especially birthdays. That's why Parker Adventist Hospital is here.

    Medical Information on Neurosurgery - Sean Markey, MD


    Dr. Markey, Medical Director of the Neurosurgery Program at Parker Adventist Hospital, explains neurosurgery. This surgical sub-specialty includes treating the spine, brain and nervous systems.

    Dr. Ravi Shah, Stroke Medical Director, of Parker Hospital

    Ravi Shah, MD
    Parker Adventist Hospital
    Stroke Medical Director

    The neuroscience program at Parker Adventist Hospital specializes in the management of routine and complex disorders of the brain and spine. Our expert physicians utilize state-of-the-art equipment and imaging technology to assist with diagnosis and treatment, including the latest surgical interventions and medical therapies. Patients receive comprehensive care from an interdisciplinary team, which includes neurologists, neurosurgeons, neuroradiologists and specialists from other related fields. Specialized nursing care, physical and occupational therapy, social work and other supportive services are key components for our neuroscience patients.

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