Communication, collaboration and a vested interest in the well-being of children with special healthcare needs are essential elements of the successful management of the complex care pediatric patients at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare.
University of Minnesota Health: On the Forefront of Movement Disorder Treatment, Management and Research
Neuroscience experts at University of Minnesota Health are improving the care of patients with Parkinson’s disease, essential tremor and dystonia through deep brain stimulation.
Twin Cities Spine Center provides a lifetime of care for patients, and the practice continues to offer the most advanced spine care available.
Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare: A National Leader in Spasticity and Motor Delay Management
Multidisciplinary expertise, advanced rehabilitative and surgical protocols, and the use of state-of-the-art diagnostic technology enable Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare to provide the most up-to-date management of movement disorders and related spasticity and motor delay.
The origins of chronic pain are complex and include both psychosocial and physiologic components. Physicians’ Diagnostics & Rehabilitation Clinics (PDR) takes an innovative approach to rehabilitation that incorporates tenets of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) to address function and psychosocial barriers and ensure optimal patient outcomes.
From managing easily corrected conditions using evidence-based treatment to helping patients who have extremely complex deformities in need of extensive supportive services, the team at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare orthopedics program is equipped to handle a full range of spinal health concerns.
The University of Minnesota Health C.O.R.E. Clinic provides a structured approach designed to help patients with heart failure avoid hospitalization, live longer and enjoy a higher quality of life.
The Center for Diagnostic Imaging (CDI) Vascular Care offers outpatient endovascular treatment alternatives and superior outcomes to patients facing critical limb ischemia (CLI) and other circulatory health concerns.
Marie Johnson, PhD, once believed she would spend the rest of her life working in the auto industry. That was before a tragedy occurred that would forever change her life — and, ultimately, save the lives of many patients with arterial blockages .
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