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Stanley O. Skarli

Division Chief

Helen DeVos Children's Hospital

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Helen DeVos Children's Hospital

100 Michigan St. Ne

Grand Rapids, Michigan,49503

United States

Company Description

Helen DeVos Children's Hospital, located in Grand Rapids, Michigan was created in 1993 to fill a critical gap in West Michigan health care-the need for a hospital devoted to infants, children and adolescents. Today, we are a regional referral center dedicated ... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Physician

Great Lakes Neurosurgical Associates P.C


NeONeurosurgery


Clinical Assistant Professor

University of Oklahoma College of Medicine-Tulsa


Affiliations

American Society of Pediatric Neurosurgeons

Active Member


American Academy of Pediatrics

Fellow


American College of Surgeons

Fellow


Kent County Medical Society

Member


Congress of Neurological Surgeons

Member


American Association of Neurological Surgeons

Member


Michigan State Medical Society

Member


West Michigan Neurological Society

Member


American Board of Neurological Surgery

Member


Education

Barnes Hospital/Washington University


Neurological Surgery Residency

University of Maryland


Associate of Science degree

Rockland Community College


MD


medical degree

Oral Roberts University School of Medicine


Web References(31 Total References)


Our Physicians: Great Lakes Neurosurgical Associates

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Stanley Skarli, M.D.
Specialties: Dr. Skarli is a pediatric neurosurgeon who holds double board certification from the American Board of Neurological Surgery and the American Board of Pediatric Neurological Surgery. His special interests include selective dorsal rhizotomy, craniovertebral anomalies, spasticity management, and neuroendoscopy. Training: Dr. Skarli is a graduate of Oral Roberts University School of Medicine, Tulsa, Oklahoma. He completed his surgical internship at Barnes-Jewish Hospital, St. Louis, Missouri and his residency at the University of Maryland Medical System in Baltimore, Maryland. His pediatric neurosurgical fellowship was completed at Primary Children’s Medical Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. Current Institutional Appointments: Dr. Skarli is Division Chief of Helen DeVos Children’s Hospital. Dr. Skarli holds a Clinical Assistant Professorship at Michigan State University. Professional Affiliations: Dr. Skarli is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons and the American Academy of Pediatrics. He is a member of ASPN (American Society of Pediatric Neurosurgeons), AANS (American Association of Neurologic Surgeons), CNS (Congress of Neurological Surgeons), KCMS (Kent County Medical Society), MSMS (Michigan State Medical Society), and West Michigan Neurological Society. Personal: Dr. Skarli is married and is the father of three children. He is fluent in Norwegian. About Dr. Stanley Skarli >


Pediatric Medical & Health Specialties

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Dr. Stanley SkarliPediatric Neurosurgeon


www.greatlakesneuro.com

Stanley O. Skarli, M.D.
Neurosurgeon / Pediatric Neurosurgeon Division Chief - Helen DeVos Children's Hospital Dr. Stanley Skarli is a pediatric neurosurgeon specializing in the surgical treatment of brain and spine injuries and disorders. His special interests include: Dr. Skarli is married and lives in the Grand Rapids area. Stanley is the father of three children and is fluent in the Norwegian language.


Hospital News

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"A concussion is one of the most common forms of traumatic brain injury," said Stanley Skarli, M.D., neurosurgeon, Helen DeVos Children's Hospital."When a concussion occurs at home or on the playing field, children should be observed for any immediate dangers," added Skarli."If it is a mild concussion, children need to be watched for symptoms.This requires repeated evaluations of their ability to focus and function under stress, and checking for symptoms that suggest they are not completely normal."Even if symptoms subside, return-to-play is not immediate."The general rule is that if they're not acting normal, athletes should not return to play," explained Skarli."Most children get better after a concussion without any permanent damage," said Skarli.


Hospital News

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"A concussion is one of the most common forms of traumatic brain injury," said Stanley Skarli, M.D., neurosurgeon, Helen DeVos Children's Hospital.
"When a concussion occurs at home or on the playing field, children should be observed for any immediate dangers," added Skarli. "If it is a mild concussion, children need to be watched for symptoms. This requires repeated evaluations of their ability to focus and function under stress, and checking for symptoms that suggest they are not completely normal." Even if symptoms subside, return-to-play is not immediate. "The general rule is that if they're not acting normal, athletes should not return to play," explained Skarli. "Most children get better after a concussion without any permanent damage," said Skarli.


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