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In Cervical Spine Cases, Expert Diagnosis and Treatment Make the Difference

If you’re having pain in your neck, shoulder, or arm—or if you’ve experienced progressive numbness, tingling, or loss of coordination in your hands—these may be signs of an issue involving your cervical spine. Your neck, or cervical spine, includes the vertebrae that support your head and connect to your upper back. Your cervical vertebrae (C1 […]

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Going Above and Beyond!

The mission of Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine is to be the leader in advancing the health of adults and children with neurosurgical disorders by providing comprehensive, compassionate and superior care in a state-of-the-art environment of healing, teaching and discovery. 2020 has been an eventful year for our physicians, research and academics team, partners, and […]

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Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury Requires Patience and Perspective

Traumatic brain injury (TBI)—a trauma to the brain caused by an external force—is the most common form of acquired brain injury. According to CDC data, about 2.87 million TBI-related ER visits, hospitalizations, and deaths occurred during 2014 alone. March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, when brain and spine physicians spotlight the prevalence of these injuries […]

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The Oregon Trail Back to Indiana: Welcome Dr. Monica Wehby

Pediatric neurosurgery is an important subspecialty at Goodman Campbell Brain and Spine—and finding another great pediatric neurosurgeon to invite into our practice has been a priority for us for some time. That’s why we’re especially pleased to welcome Dr. Monica Wehby, an internationally recognized expert in spina bifida, tethered cord syndrome, and other pediatric conditions. […]

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Gone Fishing: Celebrating the Career of Dr. Steven M. James

It’s not going to be the same around Goodman Campbell. Dr. Steven M. James, one of our spine and peripheral nerve specialists, is leaving us for a much-deserved retirement after 30 years with our practice. Dr. James joined Goodman Campbell in 1991 and has been chairman of neurosurgery at St. Francis Hospital for the past […]

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A Miraculous Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury

Ryan was a senior at the International School of Indiana—and a Junior Olympic fencer with his eye on the nation’s top college fencing programs—when he had an accident that might have put an end to his fencing career, if not his life. The Saturday after Thanksgiving break, Ryan was out with friends, blowing off a […]

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Back in the Saddle After Lifelong Spinal Conditions

Ginger has loved and worked with horses for much of her life. But in past years, pain from lifelong health issues forced her to retire from the therapeutic riding program she started for children with disabilities. Ginger’s own horses, Buddy and Harley, are stabled on a farm in Zionsville owned by a longtime friend. Over […]

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Thirteen Goodman Campbell Doctors Named to 2020 Top Doctor List

If you pick up the most recent issue of Indianapolis Monthly, you’ll find the names of some of our favorite people inside—namely the 13 Goodman Campbell doctors named to Indianapolis Monthly’s 2020 Top Doctors list. “We’re honored to have so many of our subspecialists in the care of the brain, spine, and nervous system on the Top Doctors […]

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After a Brain Tumor, Dancing on With Love and Laughter

Nine-year-old Elsa is a lively girl from a small town just outside Anderson, Indiana. She loves spending time with her large family—which includes her mom Maribel, and sisters Emma and Naomi. Their home is a symphony of music, color, and laughter. When she’s not in school, Elsa spends her time learning new dances, swinging from […]

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