Francisco Angulo Parker





Francisco Angulo-Parker is a certified Pediatric Rehabilitation specialist at Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis, IN, USA. He obtained his medical degree in USAM University in El Salvador, Central America. After his medical studies, he worked in the public health sector as the Medical Collaborator for the National Council for People with Disabilities in El Salvador. Later, he travelled to the United States where he pursued a specialty in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at the University of Kentucky, where he also served as Chief Resident; and Pediatric Rehabilitation fellowship training in Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. His interests include global health, pediatric brain injury, cerebral palsy, neuro-oncology rehabilitation, muscular dystrophies and pediatric limb deficiencies, as well as clinical multidisciplinary program development. He is currently the rehabilitation physician in the recently established brain injury program at Riley Hospital for Children.


Conference Presentation

Identifying Needs for Children and Adolescents with Traumatic Brain Injury....How Do We Manage the Gaps?



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