Our new location is located in the heart of downtown Indianapolis, just blocks from Indiana State University Medical Center. Our highly qualified ENT specialists treat patients in one place and help patients with a wide range of diseases in the field of otolaryngology. Because we need to treat many diseases at one location, our team will operate from two locations: one in Indianapolis and one in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
The maintenance certification program encourages the boards - certified physicians - to continue learning and evaluating themselves throughout their medical careers. In a country that follows the tradition of the United States, we are the first professional college degree to be awarded after graduation from medical school. Finally, our Neuro - NICU program offers leading - innovative, evidence-based - longitudinal care for patients with neurodegenerative diseases. This includes the services we provide at IU Health's Neuroscience Center, as well as our research and clinical services at Indiana State University Medical Center.
Since 1894, he has witnessed the development of a hospital for treating accident victims in the area, as well as the construction of Indiana State University Medical Center.
The hospital was bought by the county in 1920, expanded to 48 beds and has grown since then. UH, Portage Medical Center has been recognized as a magnet hospital by the American Nurses Credentialing Center and recognized by the Employers Resource Council as one of the best jobs in Northeast Ohio. Since its foundation in 1894, the hospital has grown steadily as a medical centre for accident victims and the elderly. Since then it has grown into a full-time hospital with more than 1,000 beds and a patient population of more than a million.
The team of pediatric neurology and neurosurgery was ranked among the top 25 by US News & World Report. This level of clinical excellence has made it one of the top programs for neurology / neurosurgery in our nation. Riley at IU Health is bedridden by one of the nation's leading pediatric neurologists and the second largest number of pediatric neurosurgeons in Indiana.
The team is dedicated to treating all neurological needs of a patient and, if necessary, develops the latest techniques, including advanced surgical procedures. Patients who snore or suffer from sleep apnea are treated in a specialized program that includes headaches and other chronic needs. The members of the program are also closely involved in programs for muscular dystrophy and neurocutaneous diseases and members of a national consortium for mitochondrial medicine.
The multidisciplinary approach has been proven effective in patients with a variety of neurological diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's, epilepsy and multiple sclerosis. Other forms of treatment may include neurosurgery, neurology, neuropsychopharmacology, cognitive behavioral therapy and neuroscience.
Paediatric neurology trains doctors and their teams in a full range of primary spinal diseases, including trauma, degenerative deformations, tumors and reconstructive diseases. Neurologists specialize in certain diseases and disorders, and pediatric neurologists train doctors in their team. Orthopedic spine surgeons are recognized by several state medical commissions for scholarships and partial programs in orthopedics and surgery.
If a child does not respond to epilepsy medicine, we work with the neurosurgery team to see if an epilepsy surgery would be an appropriate next step. We are working on performing surgery to stimulate the vaginal nerve (VNS) to improve seizure control. The EEG, which continuously monitors the diagnosis and monitoring of epilepsy attacks for 24 hours, provides nerve function tests.
You can make an appointment online by clicking here, or simply book an appointment or call Dr. Anton A. Thompson. Click here to visit PorterPhysiciangroup.com or visit our new home page here for more information about the Portage Indiana Pediatric Neurosurgery Group.
Our friendly team members will work with you to quickly arrange an appointment, and every Indiana resident should know that we can help. This week we welcome our new pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Anton A. Thompson to our practice. He has over 30 years of experience in pediatric neurology and offers a wide range of specialties, from orthopaedics to orthopaedics and orthodontics to pediatrics.
In addition to patient visits to Portage, the Ear, Nose, Larynx and Sinus Centers has proven to be one of the leading medical centers in Indiana over the past 20 years.
With more than 350 physicians from over 50 medical specialties, Porter Health Care System is committed to patient welfare - centered and committed to the well-being and health of its patients. Portage Medical Center operates outside of UH and offers a wide range of medical services, from primary care to emergency medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology. With seven outpatient clinics in Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Texas, Florida and Wisconsin, it has the largest network of outpatient clinics in Indiana and the second largest outpatient hospital network in America.
Paediatric neurologists are well trained in the neurological needs of your child and use a multidisciplinary approach to provide them with the best possible care. They offer a wide range of treatments, from primary care, emergency medicine, pediatrics, obstetrics and gynecology to neurosurgery and neurology.