Neuropaediatrics

Neuropaediatrics is the branch of medicine concerned with neurological problems that affect the development of children and adolescents

An examination adapted to child development

The specialised neuropaediatric unit welcomes all children and adolescents who have a paediatric neurological problem, such as migraine, faintness, epilepsy, developmental problems in locomotion or in other areas, etc. As part of its multidisciplinary AD(H)D examination, it also takes on patients with learning difficulties and suspected of attention deficit syndrome. Depending on the actual situation, complementary examinations can be performed on-location (MRI, electroencephalograms, etc.).

Most patients are referred to the Clinique by their paediatrician for a specialist’s opinion.