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When your child is facing a neurological condition, you want them to receive the very best care – care that's state-of-the-art, delivered by leading experts, and focused on the unique needs of children.
Levine Children's Hospital's pediatric neurology and neurosurgery program, named one of the nation's best by U.S. News & World Report, offers the Southeast's most advanced child neurology care. From renowned epilepsy care to the latest surgical treatments, our specialists provide leading-edge, compassionate care designed to get your child feeling and functioning at their very best.
Pediatric Neurology Conditions
We treat a range of pediatric neurological conditions, including:
Acute back and neck pain
Brain and spinal tumors
Change in mental status, including acute developmental regression
Muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular diseases
Tic disorders, including Tourette syndrome
Traumatic brain and spinal injuries
Our nationally recognized Children's Epilepsy Center, located at Jeff Gordon's Children's Hospital, offers advanced epilepsy care and a pediatric epileptic monitoring unit (EMU). This is the only dedicated Level III EMU in the state.
Getting epilepsy care from our pediatric neurologists means your child is getting care from board-certified epileptologists specially trained in the latest diagnosis and treatment for your child. We offer highly specialized surgical options for epilepsy in children as well.
Our team of board-certified pediatric neurosurgeons offers a full suite of advanced neurosurgical care options, including:
Brain and spinal trauma treatment at our dedicated 24-hour pediatric emergency department and at the Hemby Pediatric Trauma Institute at Levine Children's Hospital
Minimally invasive surgery, image-guided surgery and other advanced surgeries to treat brain and spine tumors, congenital conditions and vascular problems
Cortical mapping and vagal nerve stimulators to treat epilepsy