Stacey L. Hall, DO
- Assistant Professor
Stacey Hall, DO, is a clinical assistant professor of pediatric rehabilitation medicine at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth (UTHealth). She completed her residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation at Loyola University Medical Center in Chicago in 2012. She then did a two year Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine Fellowship at Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul, Minnesota, completing this in 2014. She received her medical degree in osteopathic medicine from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine in 2008.
Her hospital affiliations include TIRR Memorial Hermann, Shriner’s Children’s Hospital, and Children’s Memorial Hermann.
Dr. Hall is also a member of the American Academy for Cerebral Palsy and Developmental Medicine and the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine. She is board certified in physical medicine and rehabilitation and pediatric rehabilitation medicine.
Her clinical and research interests include tone management, cerebral palsy, and myelomeningocele,
Inpatient and outpatient pediatric rehabilitation consultative services:
- Pediatric rehabilitation medicine
- Cerebral palsy
- Spasticity and dystonia management, including oral medications, botulinum toxin and phenol injections, and intrathecal baclofen pumps
- Muscular dystrophies
- Medically complex children with physical disabilities
- Gillette Children's Specialty Healthcare, 2014
- Loyola University Medical Center, 2012
- Michigan State University/Kalamazoo Center for Medical Studies, 2009
- Medical School
- Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2008
- University of Michigan Honors College
Areas of Interests
- pediatric rehabilitation medicine
- cerebral palsy
- spasticity and dystonia management
- children with physical disabilities
- global tone management
- cerebral palsy
- Hall, S. A retrospective chart review of acute intrathecal baclofen withdrawal and a description of its outcomes. Developmental Medicine & Child Neurology. 57(S5):90-91, 2015.
Refereed Original Articles in Journals
- Al-Ali, F., Cree, T., Hall, S., Louis, S., Major, K., Smoker, S., Walker, S. Predictors of unfavorable outcome in intracranial angioplasty and stenting in a single center comparison: results from the Borgess Medical Center-Intracranial Revascularization Registry. American Journal of Neuroradiology. 32(7): 1221-1226, 2011.
- Al-Ali, F., Cree, T.,Duan, L., Hall, S., Jefferson, A., Louis, S., Major, K., Smoker, S., Walker, S. How effective is endovascular intracranial revascularization in stroke prevention? Results from Borgess Medical Center Intracranial Revascularization Registry. American Journal of Neuroradiology. 32(7): 1227-1231.