We found 3 pediatric neurologists who accept Humana Gold near The Woodlands, TX.

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Dr. Ian J Butler, MD
Specializes in Pediatric Neurology
1120 Medical Plaza; Suite 130
The Woodlands, TX

Dr. Ian Butler practices pediatric neurology. He honors Blue Cross Blue Shield Bronze, Amerigroup Star, and Blue Cross Blue Shield Gold, as well as other insurance carriers. He studied medicine at The University of Adelaide Faculty of Health Sciences. Dr. Butler has received professional recognition including the following: Texas Super Doctors. He is affiliated with the University of Texas (UT) Physicians and Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital.

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Clinical interests: Neuromuscular Disorders, Chiari Malformation, Movement Disorders, Autonomic Disorders

Dr. Garrett Charles Burris, MD
Specializes in Pediatric Neurology
17198 St Lukes Way; Suite 300
The Woodlands, TX

Dr. Garrett Burris is a physician who specializes in pediatric neurology. His average patient rating is 4.0 stars out of 5. Dr. Burris accepts several insurance carriers, including Blue Cross Blue Shield Bronze, Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO, and Blue Cross Blue Shield Gold. His training includes a residency program at Naval Medical Center Portsmouth. He is professionally affiliated with Texas Children's Hospital.

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Dr. Shaun Sam Varghese, MD
Specializes in Pediatric Neurology
920 Medical Plaza Drive; Suite 120
The Woodlands, TX

Dr. Shaun Varghese specializes in pediatric neurology and practices in The Woodlands, TX and Shenandoah, TX. He is professionally affiliated with Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital. For his residency, Dr. Varghese trained at a hospital affiliated with the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. He honors several insurance carriers, including Blue Cross Blue Shield Bronze, Blue Cross Blue Shield HMO, and Blue Cross Blue Shield Gold.

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What is Pediatric Neurology?

The nervous system is made up of the brain, spinal column, nerves, and muscles. It is what allows our brain and body to communicate with each other. Disorders of the nervous system are treated by a neurologist. When these disorders affect children or teens, they are treated by a pediatric or child neurologist.

Child neurologists have a special understanding of how the nervous system functions in a child’s growing body. Some neurological illnesses are rarely seen in adults, and others have symptoms that are different in children than in adults. Children’s developing brains and bodies can change quickly, and a pediatric neurologist is trained to quickly evaluate and manage symptoms before they cause future problems.

There is a very wide variety of disorders in pediatric neurology. Some issues, like seizures, are quite common, while others are very rare. A few examples of the problems treated by a child neurologist include:
  • Seizures and epilepsy
  • Migraines and other headaches
  • Neurological disorders that cause physical disabilities, including cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, and muscular dystrophy
  • Developmental movement disorders, such as motor delays or low coordination
  • Hydrocephalus, or fluid in the brain
  • Brain tumors
  • Social and behavioral disorders that originate in the brain, such as ADHD and autism (many, but not all pediatric neurologists offer this service)

To figure out what is happening in a patient’s nervous system, pediatric neurologists make frequent use of brain scans. These may be CT scans (computed tomography, which uses x-rays), MRIs (magnetic resonance imaging, done with radio waves and magnets), or PET scans (positron emission tomography, which uses small amounts of radioactive material). In addition, child neurologists may use:
  • Blood tests
  • Ultrasounds
  • Chromosomal testing
  • EEG (electroencephalogram, a test to measure electrical activity in the brain)
  • EMG (electromyography, tests to measure how well nerves and muscles work)
  • Developmental screening tests
  • Hearing and vision tests

It can be incredibly difficult for parents when their child is hurting or isn’t able to do things that other kids their age can do. A pediatric neurologist is a great resource to help kids with neurological disorders reach their full potential.
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