Rating Box

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 works with athletes, from grade school to professionals. He is the neurosurgical consultant for the Indianapolis Colts and the Indiana University football team and can often be found on the sidelines. Dr. Horner is also active in the education of athletes, parents, coaches, athletic trainers and others in the diagnosis and management of concussions. He and his wife Jane have two sons, one daughter and five grandchildren. A devout member of his church, he enjoys taking mission trips to underdeveloped countries, such as Kenya in East Africa.

Areas of Focus

Concussion Diagnosis and Management | Neurosurgery


  • American Board of Neurological Surgery, Board Certification, 1980


  • Indiana University School of Medicine


  • 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, Neurosurgical Consultant
  • Indiana University School of Medicine, Indianapolis, Clinical Associate Professor
  • Indianapolis Colts, Neurosurgical Consultant
My education, training and experience prepared me to give the best individual care to my patients. My commitment is to provide the most up-to-date, state-of-the-art and compassionate care possible.
Terry Horner
Previous Doctor
All Doctors
Next Doctor
Comments Box SVG iconsUsed for the like, share, comment, and reaction icons

Our Noblesville Forté Fast orthopedic urgent care clinic will be closed on Wednesday, June 7th and Friday, June 9th.

linkedin facebook pinterest youtube rss twitter instagram facebook-blank rss-blank linkedin-blank pinterest youtube twitter instagram