Pediatric neurology. A person under 18 or so, who has seizures, would benefit from seeing a pediatric neurologist. In some areas, neurologists see both children and adults. In places with better access to medical care, it is more common for neurologists who see children to have special training in pediatrics.
Yes. If a child has seizures, they should be seen by pediatric neurology as these physicians are knowledgeable about pediatric epileptic disorders.
Ask for referral. Speak to your pediatrician for a referral to a pediatric neurologist.
Seizures. Seizures can be treated by adult neurologist if above 18 years old. Hope this helps. Try the epilepsy foundation online for resources in your area.
University. Seek out a university specialist. Could be difficult due to their medical system to get an appointment. Good luck! Read more...