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Pediatric Neurology at Providence Children's Hospital

Working in tandem, the brain and central nervous system control every thought and movement your child has, and there are a variety of conditions, along with injury that can disrupt that functionality.

Providence Children’s Hospital is one of the area’s leading providers of comprehensive diagnostic and therapeutic programs for acute and chronic neurological disorders. We respond to the individual needs of children with conditions including:

  • Epilepsy and other seizure disorders
  • Tics and other movement disorders
  • Neonatal neurology problems (neonatal seizures, perinatal asphyxia)
  • Neurometabolic and neurogenetic diseases
  • Migraine and other chronic headaches
  • Spasticity in conditions, such as cerebral palsy
  • Muscular dystrophy, neuropathies and other neuromuscular disorders
  • Mental retardation, autism, attention deficit hyperactivity (ADHD) and other learning disabilities
  • Neurological sleep disorders

Neurology at Providence Children’s offers services to reduce suffering for children that includes:

  • EMG (electromyography)
  • Botox injections for spasticity
  • Sleep disorder evaluation/sleep studies
  • Invasive monitoring with subdural grids for intractable epilepsy
  • New antiepileptic drugs and special diets for the treatment of epilepsy

You can learn more about the neurology department at Providence Children’s Hospital by calling us at (833) 225-8751.

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