Overview of Neuroscience Center
Our program was named among the nation's best in U.S. News & World Report's 2013-14 Best Children's Hospitals report.
Neuroscience Center team members specialize in providing advanced diagnosis and treatment for children with a wide range of conditions affecting the neurological system, including:
- Epilepsy in children.
- Migraines in children.
- Scoliosis in children.
- Seizures in children.
- Brain tumors in children.
- Spasticity in children.
Multidisciplinary programs include:
The staff in the Neuroscience Center at Children's Hospital of Wisconsin combines specialized care with current research and community outreach to provide the best care possible. The philosophy is to treat not only the illness or injury, but the whole child.
The center combines comprehensive, multidisciplinary programs with a large number of pediatric specialists and support staff. Pediatric neurologists and neurosurgeons work together with Child Development, Neuropsychology, Genetics, Rehabilitation, Speech and other areas to address the unique needs of each child. Neuroscience Center physicians also work with a dedicated team of five physician assistants and four pediatric nurse practitioners who facilitate efficient patient care by triaging referrals and communicating with referring physicians, providing direct inpatient and outpatient care and educating families.