Neurocutaneous disorders

Norton Children’s board-certified and fellowship-trained neurologists are the leading providers of care for neurocutaneous disorders in Louisville, Kentucky and Southern Indiana.

Norton Children’s Hospital is the pediatric teaching hospital for the University of Louisville School of Medicine. Our physicians have expertise in their fields and are training the next generation of pediatric specialists.

We will determine the severity of your child’s neurocutaneous disorder and create a treatment plan that minimizes risk, so your child can get back to being a kid.

Conditions we treat:

Meet our team

University of Louisville Multidisciplinary Tuberous Sclerosis Clinic

Arpita Lakhotia, M.D.

Sushil Gupta, M.D.

Leah Todd, social worker

Additional providers:

Alexander Asamoah, M.D.

Priyanka Bakhtiani, M.D.

William C. Gump, M.D.

Joseph Hersh, M.D.

Nina Kahloon, M.D.

William Lohr, M.D.

Maria Mendoza, M.D.

Ashley Neal, M.D.

Kelly Jackson, genetic counselor

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(502) 583-1697

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