At Arkansas Children’s, our neurosurgeons use the latest technology to provide our patients with the safest possible experience and positive outcomes. Arkansas Children’s is home to the ROSA ONE® Brain and is one of the few pediatric hospitals in the region with ROSA on site.
ROSA is a robotic technology arm used to assist surgeons in planning and performing complex neurosurgical procedures minimally invasive. The primary use is treating epilepsy; however, ROSA can help in many other neurosurgical procedures.
ROSA works well with the new stereoelectroencephalography (sEEG) procedure. Our neurosurgeons can use these tools to identify seizures in children, pinpoint exactly where they start and provide individualized treatment. In the past, neurosurgeons had to remove portions of the skull, called a craniotomy, to insert electrodes. Now, with ROSA and sEEG, surgeons can monitor brain activity by placing electrodes through tiny holes in the skull. This is much less invasive and achieves better results.
As a Level 4 Epilepsy Center, Arkansas Children’s offers the most state-of-the-art technology to the children of Arkansas and the region.
Arkansas Children’s Comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy Program is the only program in the state with a National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC) Level 4 accreditation, providing the most advanced care for children with epilepsy. Our board-certified doctors are trained to evaluate, diagnose and create an individualized plan for your child.
At Arkansas Children’s, our board-certified and fellowship trained neurosurgeons and neurologists work together for the surgical treatment of epilepsy in children.
The Arkansas Children's Neurosurgery Clinic offers a full range of inpatient and outpatient services for children from newborn to age 21.
Complicated migraine refers to migraines that cannot be specifically diagnosed. The term also refers to a severe and rare form of the headache called hemiplegic migraine.
Episodic headaches are tension headaches that happen less than 15 days a month, or migraine headaches that occur less than 15 days a month. It is important to treat episodic headaches. If left untreated, episodic migraines can become chronic.
Specialized pediatric epilepsy care, can fundamentally change the short and long term quality of life for patients who suffer from seizures.
Our neurosciences team provides evaluations, treatments, surgery and other services for children with specific neurologic disorders.