Neurology at Riley Children's Health provides comprehensive and seamless care for families. Our team sees patients from Indiana and throughout the Midwest and routinely treat the most complicated issues. Because we’re committed to treating any neurological need a patient may have, our team has developed a number of specialty clinics, including those for headache and other chronic needs.
Our pediatric neurologists provide expert evaluation and management of childhood neurologic disorders. Our services include treatment of brain and spinal cord diseases, seizures, strokes, tumors, neuromuscular disorders, sleep disorders, neurodegenerative diseases and other genetic and non-genetic conditions involving the nervous system.
Neurology at Riley Children's Health is the largest pediatric neurology group in Indiana, a member of IU Health Physicians and a section of IU School of Medicine. Our team has general and subspecialty centers with the disciplines necessary to treat multiple diseases in one location.
Neurologists at Riley Children's Health provide all-inclusive services to treat brain, spinal cord and nervous system injuries, diseases and disorders in children. Each of our physicians are trained in both pediatrics and child neurology. They also specialize in specific conditions, which means our team understands your child’s condition inside and out.
The Riley neurology and neurosurgery teams provide comprehensive and seamless care for families. Our teams see patients from throughout the Midwest and routinely treat the most complicated issues. Committed to treating any neurological need a patient may have, the teams have developed a number of specialty clinics, including headache and other chronic needs as well as the only comprehensive pediatric surgical epilepsy program in Indiana.
The Indiana University School of Medicine Department of Neurology offers a categorical residency in child neurology. You can view frequently asked questions about the residency program. The enthusiasm of our faculty for teaching, patient care, and research is reflected in our residents, and we are committed to maintaining an environment in which our residents can thrive and meet their personal and professional goals.
The Department of Pediatrics and the Department of Neurology at the IU School of Medicine also have paired to offer a pediatric neurodevelopmental disabilities residency.