Child Neurology Physician Jobs

Found 24 child neurology jobs located in 13 States/Territories

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Child Neurology Physician Jobs

Are you a physician searching for a child neurology job? Also referred to as pediatric neurology, this is the branch of medicine that specifically deals with neurological conditions in newborns, infants, children and adolescents. Any condition or disease within the brain, spinal cord, nervous system, and muscles is handled by a child neurologist. Some examples of these conditions include brain tumors, behavior disorders like ADHD muscular dystrophy or cerebral palsy. As part of your pediatric neurologist job, you may choose to specialize in the treatment or diagnosis of specific conditions.

Pediatric Neurology Job Responsibilities

Pediatric neurologists have two primary responsibilities when treating their patients. The first, is an understanding of pediatric medicine and treating children with severe medical conditions. The second, is a neurology expertise, particularly as it applies to adolescent patients.

Part of your child neurology job responsibilities will be to diagnose and deliver sometimes life-altering news to young patients and their families. Establishing a good rapport with the patient and their guardians is a critical element in order to have the best chance of a successful treatment plan.

The pediatric neurologist must also determine treatment plans utilizing the latest medical advances. This means that continuing education is required throughout your neurology career.

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If you are ready to begin your career as a child neurologist, look no further than PracticeMatch. Our database provides access to thousands of physician job opportunities throughout the United States. Browse jobs by locations, specialty, and more today!