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Pediatric Neurology

Pediatric Neurology at Johns Hopkins works to provide the most up-to-date and highest quality care for children with a wide range of neurological disorders. We strive to better understand the developing nervous system and diseases through cutting edge research. We work with patients and their families to educate them about their disorder and provide them with ongoing care and support.

The complex nature of nervous system diseases in children often requires a multidisciplinary approach. Johns Hopkins is unique in our access to a broad array of top pediatric sub-specialists familiar with neurological disorders in children.

We are truly entering a new era in the care of children with neurological disease. New technology and research is allowing us unprecedented access and understanding of the complexities of the nervous system. New therapies are being developed at an increasing pace. It is more essential than ever for pediatric neurologists to be involved with the newest technological advances and research. At Johns Hopkins, we are helping to lead pediatric neurology into the future.

Our team of child neurologists cares for children with a broad spectrum of neurological disorders, including developmental disorders, epilepsy, brain tumors, movement disorders, neurodegenerative conditions, neuromuscular diseases, cerebral palsy and more.

Our patients have complete access to the world-renowned care at Johns Hopkins.


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