In efforts to protect you the patient and our staff, we will be pre-screening every patient who presents to the office. All patients need to present to their appointments wearing a mask.

We ask for you to arrive 10 minutes prior to your appointment for the pre-screening. If failed, your appointment will be re-scheduled out two weeks.

Unless the patient is a minor or needs assistance, only the patient will be allowed to enter the suite.

Our acute injury clinic is closed to walk-ins.  If you have an acute injury, please notify our triage specialist.

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Terry Horner

“My education , training and experience has prepared me to give the best individual care to each of my patients.  My committment is to provide the most up to date, state of the art and compassionate care possible.”

Terry Horner

Board-Certified Neurosurgeon

Selected for a National Science Foundation scholarship between his junior and senior years of high school, Dr. Terry Horner spent eight weeks at Indiana University studying bioanthropology. The experience convinced him to pursue his dream of becoming a neurosurgeon. 

Dr. Horner received his graduate degree from Indiana University School of Medicine. He completed a straight surgical internship at Indiana University Hospitals. After a tour of duty with the U.S. Army serving in Vietnam, he returned to complete his residency in neurosurgery.

He considers himself fortunate to have trained under and practiced neurosurgery with Dr. Julius Goodman, an internationally renowned educator, personal mentor, and giant in the neurosurgical field. He was instrumental in organizing the vascular neurosurgical division of the then Indianapolis Neurosurgical Group, which was nationally recognized for its state-of-the-art expertise. 
 
Dr. Horner has a vast experience in the management of mild, moderate, and severe traumatic brain injuries. 
 
He now limits his neurosurgical practice to concussion management of athletes from grade school to professional athletes. He is the neurosurgical consultant for the Indianapolis Colts and Indiana University football team and stands on the sidelines at every game.  

Dr. Horner is also active in the education of athletes, parents, coaches, athletic trainers, and others in the diagnosis and management of concussion. Dr. Horner and his wife Jane have two sons, one daughter, and five grandchildren. A devout member of his church, he also enjoys taking mission trips to volunteer his time and medical expertise in underdeveloped countries especially Kenya, East Africa.

Areas of Focus

  • Concussion diagnosis and management 
  • Neurosurgery

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Clinical Assistants

  • Amanda Smith MA, LAT, ATC

“My education , training and experience has prepared me to give the best individual care to each of my patients.  My committment is to provide the most up to date, state of the art and compassionate care possible.”

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Certifications

  • American Board of Neurological Surgery, Board Certification, 1980

Awards

  • Alpha Epsilon Delta International Premedical Honor Society
  • Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society 
  • Healthcare Heroes, Finalist, 2009

Positions

  • Captain United States Army Medical Corp, Military Assistance Command, Republic of Vietnam, 1969—1970
  • Captain United States Army Medical Corp, Military Assistance Command, Fort Lewis, Tacoma, Washington, 1970—1971
  • Indiana University Collegiate Football Team, Neurosurgical Consultant 
  • Indiana University Medical Center Indianapolis, Clinical Associate Professor 
  • Indianapolis Colts National Football Team, Neurosurgical Consultant