Dr. Colin Sanner provides neurology inpatient consultations and outpatient care. His patients range from geriatric adults to children as young as eleven years of age. Born and raised in Tucson, and having lived in Mexico, he speaks Spanish fluently. He has served as the physician director for the Joint Commission certified Stroke Program at St. Francis Medical Center in Grand Island, Nebraska.
Specialty-specific services offered in clinic include EEG studies; EMG and nerve conduction studies; deep brain stimulator and vagal nerve stimulator interrogation & programming; Botox (onabotulinumtoxin A) injections for chronic migraine prophylaxis and for limb spasticity; baclofen intrathecal (ITB) pump programming & refills; and disability determination evaluations. He is registered with the Texas Department of Public Safety Compassionate Use Program for adjuvant treatment of medically-intractable epilepsy.
Dr. Sanner's special interests include:
+ Stroke and post-stroke symptom management
+ Parkinson’s disease
+ Multiple sclerosis
+ Electromyography (EMG)
+ Vagal nerve stimulator programming
+ Deep brain stimulator programming
+ Traumatic brain injury and concussion evaluation & treatment