Neurosciences

The Norton Children’s difference

It’s no wonder that our pediatric neurosciences program draws patients from across the country and around the world. At Norton Children’s, you’ll find a renowned pediatric neurosciences team that uses some of the most advanced diagnostic systems available for each child. Our team of highly skilled neurologists and neurosurgeons treat a full spectrum of spine and brain conditions.

Our multidisciplinary team creates a custom plan for each child — from newborns to teens — to treat a wide array of conditions, including nervous system disorders, nervous system development problems, birth defects affecting the spinal cord and skull, and care for trauma to the spine and brain. Your family is involved in every step, from diagnosis to treatment.

Collaborating with University of Louisville Physicians for your care

Norton Children’s works with providers from UofL Physicians to provide the best possible care for your child. Norton Children’s Hospital offers outstanding diagnosis, treatment and care of brain and spine conditions.

These doctors are professors and active researchers helping to advance medical care in the 21st century with clinical research and education. Norton Children’s Hospital serves as the primary pediatric teaching facility for the University of Louisville School of Medicine.

We treat all spine and brain conditions

Whether your child experiences an injury or a neurological condition, our multidisciplinary approach provides skilled care that’s “Just for Kids.”

Neurology

Pediatric neurology treats diseases, disorders and injuries that can affect a child’s brain, spinal cord, and all associated blood vessels, muscles and nerves. Neurology focuses on nonsurgical treatments.

Neurosurgery

Norton Children’s neurosurgery team partners with many different care specialties. As part of our neurosciences multidisciplinary team, neurosurgery offers surgical care for all types of neurological disorders affecting the nervous system and skull, including traumatic injury, hydrocephalus, brain tumors and epilepsy.

Neuroscience

Contact Us

Connect to the Norton Children’s Hospital Neurology team
(502) 588-3650

Connect with Norton Children’s Neurosurgery team
(502) 583-1697

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