Neurology & Epilepsy
A neurological disorder is any disorder involving the nervous system and can present with various symptoms like developmental delay, muscle weakness, loss of sensation, poor coordination, paralysis, seizures, and altered levels of consciousness etc. The neurological problems can be caused by birth trauma, genetic disorders, injury, infection inflammation or demyelination and many other less common causes.
We conduct 5 sub-specialty clinics in child and adolescent neurology.
- Epilepsy Clinic
- Refractory Epilepsy Clinic
- Headache Clinic
- Genetic & Metabolic Clinic
- Movement Disorder Clinic
- Neuromuscular disorder clinic
We will assist you to learn about early intervention services for children from birth to three years of age, can inform you about special education services for school aged children, can help with transition issues for students who will be leaving the educational system and are preparing for the world of work, and can provide information about resources, best practices, specific disabilities, and training opportunities and conferences
We will be conducting parent training and parent education meets every first Saturdays of the month.
For enrolment and further information you can contact our secretary on the regular contact number.