Fox News Health published a story about 10-year-old Gavin Pierson’s journey overcoming a brain tumor with the help of Dr. Joseph Petronio, director of pediatric neurosurgery and co-director of the neuroscience program at Children’s Minnesota, and his team.
Camp Oz is a camp designed for youth and teens with epilepsy and operated by the Epilepsy Foundation of Minnesota.
A skateboarding injury hindered Stephanie’s daily life for months but inspired her to educate others.
Investment will provide the most sophisticated equipment and technology available to treat pediatric neurological conditions
January 1, 1970, 12 a.m. – 12 a.m., Coon Rapids
The first annual Aflac Charity Golf Event, Duck Drive Fore Kids, will be held on August 18th at Bunker Hill Golf Club in Coon Rapids. A portion of the proceeds from this event will benefit Children's Hospitals Neuroscience Program, specifically the NeuroBlate Laser.
Aicardi syndrome causes developmental delay, intellectual disability and frequent epileptic seizures.
Grady was born prematurely and has undergone multiple shunt procedures for hydrocephalus, but he doesn’t let anything slow him down.
January 28, 2017 4 p.m. – January 23, 2016 8 p.m., Minneapolis
Join us on January 28 for the 2017 Wilbur Cares Party, hosted by the Famous Dave’s Jazz Club in Calhoun Square! This event will feature live music, a silent auction, balloon pop and their famous BBQ! All proceeds from the party will contribute to Famous Dave’s pledge of $50,000 to fund a private patient room in the Karen and George Benz Family Pediatric Neuroscience Center inside Children’s – St. Paul. The Neuroscience Center brings Children’s expertise together under one roof so that kids with brain injuries and other neurological illnesses can benefit from the seamless and integrated care needed to treat these complex disorders. The private patient rooms allow families to stay close during their child’s stay, and bring the comforts of home to the hospital setting.
Since suffering concussions 24 hours apart, one sister has experienced some setbacks.
Jack Healy has been seizure-free since undergoing Visualase, an MRI-guided, minimally invasive laser procedure.