Our Burnsville Clinic offers families in the southern Twin Cities convenient access to specialty services at Gillette. The clinic is located on the Fairview Ridges Hospital Campus, just 20 miles south of Gillette’s St. Paul Campus.
In addition to offering appointments with physicians who specialize in many areas, we provide extensive rehabilitation and assistive technology services. Our facilities and technology are designed for the needs of patients and their families.
Parking & Special DirectionsFree parking is available in the lot next to the building.
Our Specialty Services
Our Burnsville Clinic offers a full range of assistive technology services for patients of all ages. In addition to orthotics and prosthetics services, we offer evaluations for augmentative and alternative communication devices, seating and mobility equipment, and other types of assistive technology.
Concussion and Related Neurotrauma
Our Burnsville Clinic offers visits with nurse practitioners who manage medical treatments for concussion and related neurotrauma.
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Craniofacial and Plastic Surgery
Our craniofacial and plastic surgeons at the Burnsville Clinic treat children and teens who have a wide variety of conditions that affect the head, neck and face. When indicated, surgical procedures take place at our St. Paul Campus.
Deformational Plagiocephaly and Torticollis Services
Our Burnsville Clinic offers evaluations for infants suspected of having deformational plagiocephaly (flat head syndrome) or torticollis (tight muscles on one side of the neck). Treatments might include a Gillette CranioCap® orthosis and/or physical therapy.
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First Seizure Evaluation
For patients who’ve had seizures for the first time, our Burnsville Clinic offers evaluations by pediatric nurse practitioners. Our neurologists might also take part in the evaluations, which can include neurodiagnostic tests. Recommendations for treatment depend upon the type of seizures a child is having.
Our Burnsville Clinic offers outpatient (clinic) visits with neurosurgeons and nurse practitioners for patients who have conditions that affect the nervous system (brain, spinal cord and nerves). When indicated, surgical procedures take place at our St. Paul Campus.
Our Burnsville Clinic offers outpatient (clinic) visits with orthopedic surgeons who specialize in bone and muscle problems that result from cerebral palsy and other complex conditions and injuries. Our large team includes experts who specialize in hand and upper extremity conditions. When needed, surgical procedures take place at our St. Paul Campus.
Our Burnsville Clinic psychiatrists manage the mental health needs of patients who receive other services at Gillette. Treatment options might include psychiatric counseling or medications.
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Our Burnsville Clinic team includes psychologists who provide counseling for children and families affected by problems with learning, mood and other psychological concerns related to their primary conditions.
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Our Burnsville Clinic features a therapy gym, pool, kitchen and playground. We offer appointments with physical therapists, occupational therapists, and speech and language pathologists in an environment designed for patients and families.
Our Burnsville Clinic offers appointments with pediatric rehabilitation medicine physicians, who manage care for patients with a wide variety of complex conditions and injuries, including cerebral palsy. We conduct on-site spasticity evaluations and offer treatments such as injections of botulinum toxin.
Our Burnsville Clinic rheumatology team evaluates and treats children and teens who have a wide variety of complex rheumatic and inflammatory conditions. Our rheumatologists and nurse practitioners collaborate with other Gillette specialists to provide custom treatment plans for every patient.
Our Burnsville Clinic offers evaluations for patients who have muscle spasticity resulting from cerebral palsy or other complex conditions. An evaluation involves collaboration among a neurosurgeon, orthopedist, pediatric rehabilitation medicine physician, and physical therapist. When needed, gait and motion analysis testing takes place at our St. Paul Campus.
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