Texas Children's Neurology and Developmental Neuroscience integrates outstanding patient care with innovative research and first-rate training to develop new treatments and cures for children with neurological and neurodevelopmental disorders.
As one of the largest pediatric neurology services in the United States, we provide specialized care for children with a wide array of neurological disorders.
We know that the diagnosis of a neurological disorder can be traumatic for both the child and family. These helpful checklists and reminders can help you prepare for the first visit.
Our pediatric neurology clinics offer diagnosis, evaluation and treatment for a variety of common and rare neurological disorders, ranging from autistic spectrum disorders and epilepsy to rarer conditions such as Rett syndrome and muscular dystrophy.
Neurophysiology provides a wide range of specialized tests and consultative services essential to the diagnosis and treatment of neurological disorders and sleep disorders.
Cutting-edge research is being conducted by clinicians and scientists working together to discover new breakthroughs in the treatment of pediatric neurological disorders. Learn more about our research here.
Our clinical and baisc science training progams are preparing the next generation of physicians to provide compassionate, effective care and new treatments for children with neurological disorders.
Outfitted in cheery, blue smocks, Blue Bird Circle volunteers help patients and their families feel more comfortable and assist the neurology staff in different ways.
#1 in Texas – for pediatric neurology and neurosurgery by U.S.News & World Report. Learn more
- Dr. Daniel Glaze, Medical Director, Blue Bird Circle Rett Center at Texas Children’s Hospital
- Whitnie Strauss, Mother of Patient
- Dr. Huda Zoghbi, Director, Texas Children's Neurological Research Institute
- Cara Lyons, Editor-in-Chief
Find out the latest in neuroscience news at Texas Children's Hospital. Our quarterly newsletter is available to download.
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