Brachial Plexus ClinicOffering the latest treatment options and surgical interventions for our patients
Brachial plexus is a network of nerves located at the base of the neck. These nerves signal to the brain to provide movement to the shoulders, arms and hands. Injury to the brachial plexus is either caused during the birthing process or through a traumatic event. This type of peripheral nerve injury is the most frequently encountered by a pediatric neurosurgeon.
Our clinic provides evaluation, management and treatment for newborns, infants and children with brachial plexus and other peripheral nerve injuries. Collaboration is key for our pediatric neurologists, neurosurgeons, and occupational and physical therapists as we offer the latest treatments and surgical interventions to our patients
Conditions We Treat
See the full list of conditions our Brachial Plexus team treats.
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