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Neurology Programs and Services
The Division of Neurology at Children’s National Hospital has a variety of programs and services to help care for and treat your child’s neurological needs. Your child will have access to the latest advances in neurology, with treatments based on our cutting-edge research and our commitment to providing age-appropriate, personalized care for your child.
ADHD, also called attention-deficit disorder, is a behavior disorder, usually first diagnosed in childhood. It is characterized by inattention, impulsivity, and, in some cases, hyperactivity.
The Concussion Program at Children’s National Hospital evaluates, monitors and manages the care of children and adolescents with concussions (known as mild traumatic brain injury).
Electroneurodiagnostic tests are noninvasive procedures that assess the electrical patterns of the brain in order to detect abnormalities.
To treat your child’s epilepsy, our program offers a complete range of individualized care plans – from minimally invasive surgery to dietary therapies. Learn more about our treatment options and how to schedule an appointment.
Learn how experts at Children’s National can help you and your child manage symptoms of fragile X syndrome.
The Headache Program at Children's National Hospital evaluates and treats more than 2,000 patients annually.
The Leukodystrophy and Myelin Disorders Program at Children's National Hospital provides comprehensive services for children with inherited white matter diseases.
Our pediatric specialists treat children with a variety of different strokes each year. It is important for parents and caregivers to recognize the signs of a stroke and take immediate action.
The Neonatal Neurology and Neurocritical Care Program at Children’s National is the only one of its kind in the mid-Atlantic region and a leader in advancing neurologic care to some of our most critically ill newborns.
Children’s National Hospital provides advanced comprehensive care for children and families affected by neurogenetic conditions.
Learn about Amarie, an infant born prematurely, and her Children’s research study on preterm birth effects.View the photo collection.