Nerves of steel. Hearts of gold. When a medical condition interrupts your child's life, it can be scary, especially when it's related to the brain and nervous system. If your child is diagnosed with a neurological disorder or disease, it may ease your mind to know that our neurosciences department is one of the largest and most respected in the southwest. Learn more about the Jane and John Justin Neurosciences Center.
The rest of the world may soon learn what neurologists and clinical pharmacists at Cook Children’s have known for almost three years – intranasal ketamine is a groundbreaking drug with the potential to help people from all walks of life. Cook …
Feb. 28 is Rare Disease Day. But you might be surprised to learn many of these diseases really aren’t as “rare” as you might think. A rare disease is defined as any disease affecting fewer than 200,000 people in the U.S.1 While individually, each …
This is the fourth part of a series. To view the previous articles, please click here: Part 1 Part 2 Part 3
This is the third part of a series as we follow a Cook Children's patient through the art of treating epilepsy. Click here for the first part of the series and here for the second part.