Kids are carefree, there's not a worry in the world and then they wake up one day and need surgery. In that way, I'm drawn to kids. Adults often have secondary concerns relating to their health and may not get better. Kids just want to get out of the hospital. They want to know when they can go back to playing ball and being kids.
- George Jallo
- Clinical Director, Pediatric Neurosurgery; Professor of Neurological Surgery
- School of Medicine
Specializes in a wide range of surgeries and illnesses in children and adolescents, from arachnoid cysts to cerebral palsy to tumors of the spine