Having a brachial plexus injury or a child with a brachial plexus injury is devastating news especially to any new parent. You need knowledge, support, and direction to immediately become involved in your or your child’s recovery and help improve overall functional outcome. This requires determination, hope, and education. Our team of experts at the Texas Brachial Plexus Institute is here to help. We have built this web site as a place where you can find answers to some of your questions and to connect with other patients and families facing the same challenges. But, more importantly, we’re here to evaluate your situation and help you develop a plan for treatment that leads to the best outcome for you. If you’re facing a brachial plexus injury and need help, please contact us today.contact us today
Reconstructive procedures may involve the nerves, bones, tendons, muscles, blood vessels, and skin of the affected arm. Upon initial evaluation, each patient undergoes a meticulous…
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The mechanism of injury is similar to that in children, a lateral traction injury to the brachial
“The team at the Texas Brachial Plexus Institute have been an incredible resource for us over the past 17 years. Lisa has always been there to answer our questions and to reassure us. Our daughter would not have had the wonderful outcome without them. It is a debt that can never be repaid. “
“We met Dr. Art Armenta and Lisa Thompson nineteen years ago when our then four-month old daughter was diagnosed with a severe Left Obstetric Brachial Plexus Injury. She had no function at all in her left shoulder, arm and hand. We were scared, overwhelmed and far from our NY home. Dr. Armenta was kind, thoughtful and took time to explain everything to us.
Lisa helped us understand that all was not lost, that Juliana would have a full life and could accomplish anything.
Over the years, they have been at two other surgeries and have been our first-opinion as they followed Juliana’s progress. They always spoke to usas parents, as people and on our level. I was committed to learning everything I could about BPI and they were welcoming of my lay knowledge.
Lisa and Dr. Armenta continue to be our resource of choice. And yes, Juliana is accomplishing everything she wants to…”