Neurology - Children’s Health
When a child faces a serious long-term condition like epilepsy, parents can confidently turn to the Neurosciences Center at Children’s Health℠. Here, parents find hope and expert care with the only pediatric epilepsy program in the country to be certified by The Joint Commission. U.S. News and World Report also ranks Children's Health among the nation's top pediatric programs for Neurology and Neurosurgery.
Conditions We Treat
We care for children with conditions across the neurological and developmental spectrum, with particular emphasis on muscular, physiologic and behavioral disorders, including:
- Cerebral palsy
- Cerebrovascular disease
- Cognitive disorders
- Developmental delay or regression
- Disorders of gait and movement
- Muscular dystrophy (neurological disorders)
- Myasthenia gravis
- Neurological disorders in the newborn
- Neurological examination
- Neuromuscular disease
- Neuromuscular disorders
- Poor muscle tone
- Spinal muscular atrophy (SMA)
- Weakness of one or more limbs
Top Medical Minds
The Neurology Service is home to some of the top medical minds in pediatric neurology. Collaborative work with UT Southwestern helps bring cutting-edge research in pediatric neurology from the lab to the bedside and allows patients to transition from pediatric to adult care.
With a variety of subspecialists under one roof, neurology patients needing access to other areas of care, such as hematology, neuro-oncology and psychiatry, have it.
The center’s newly constructed home includes an epilepsy monitoring unit, patient rooms and a large gym where play is part of rehabilitation for kids. The new center allows kids to get all the care they need in one area of the hospital.
Patients are seen at our Dallas and Plano Campuses. If your child will be having tests (Radiology, Ultrasound, VCUG, Nuclear Medicine), report to the testing location at the Children's Health Specialty Center Dallas Imaging Center or Main Radiology Department on the 1st floor of Children's Health.
If your child will not be having tests, or if he or she already has had tests, report to the 4th Floor of Children’s Health Specialty Center Dallas.