Pediatric Neurology Information
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First Aid for Seizures

This section provides links to pages in the Epilepsy Foundation of America website on the topic of First Aid for Seizures.

First Aid for Generalized Tonic Clonic (Grand Mal) Seizures

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First Aid Steps

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First Aid for Non-Convulsive Seizures

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Is an Emergency Room Visit Needed?

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Specific Neurologic Conditions

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder CHADD Home Page- ADHD Support

Aphasia National Aphasia Association

Ataxia National Ataxia Foundation (NFA)

Autism Autism Society

Benign Essential Blepharospasm Benign Essential Blepharospasm Research Foundation, Inc. (BEBRF)

Brain Injury
Brain Injury Association Inc.
Brain Trauma Foundation

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Brain Tumor
American Brain Tumor Association (ABTA)
National Brain Tumor Foundation
Children's Brain Tumor Foundation

Cerebral Palsy United Cerebral Palsy

Dyslexia - 10 Research Based Strategies

Dystonia Medical Research Foundation (DMRF)

American Epilepsy Society
The Epilepsy Foundation

Guillain-Barre Syndrome Guillain-Barre Syndrome Foundation International

American Council for Headache Education (ACHE)
National Headache Foundation
World Headache Alliance

Multiple Sclerosis - Multiple Sclerosis Association of America (MSAA)
National Multiple Sclerosis Society

Muscular Dystrophy Muscular Dystrophy Association

Myasthenia Gravis Myasthenia Gravis Foundation of America (MGF)

Neurofibromatosis Neurofibromatosis, Inc. - National Neurofibromatosis Foundation

Neuropathy - Charcot-Marie-Tooth Association - The Neuropathy Association

Pain Management
American Chronic Pain Association, Inc. (ACPA)
National Foundation for the Treatment of Pain
Spine Health

Restless Leg Syndrome - Restless Legs Syndrome Foundation

Sleep Disorders - General References
American Academy of Sleep Medicine
American Sleep Apnea Association
Center for Narcolepsy
National Sleep Foundation

Spasmodic Dystonia/Torticollis
Dystonia Medical Research Foundation
ST Dystonia Inc.
National Spasmodic Torticollis Association (NSTA)

Stroke - American Stroke Association

National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
National Stroke Association

Tinnitus - American Tinnitus Association

Tourette Syndrome - Tourette Syndrome Association, Inc.

General Neurological Resources
Advances in Neurology
Aging Parents and Elder Care
American Academy of Neurology
National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research (NIDRR)
The Brain Matters
The National Rehabilitation Information Center(NARIC)

General Resources
Safe Medication

Professional Organizations and Governmental Agencies
Child Neurology Society CNS Medline search engine PubMed On-Line Mendelian Inheritance In Man - OMIM News and Information

Dr. Rotenberg's Pediatric Blog -
Houston Pediatric Specialist Blog -
Dr. Rotenberg's Sleep Medicine Blog -

- Genes at Work in The Brain

Special Education and Charter Schools
Relevant Rules


Autism - Basics from NINDS - NIH
Autismo - NINDS - NIH

Autism 100 Day Kit - Autism Speaks
Autism Parent Manual
Autism Overview of Early Interventions

Autism - Should My Child Take Medications for Behavior? Autism Speaks

The Woman's Hospital of Texas - Gulf Coast Pediatrics Symposium - May 2016 Dr. Rotenberg Concussion & Brain Injury



What is a Mitochondrial Myopathy?

Seizure Medications

Sleep Apnea & Pediatric Neurology - Article by Dr Rotenberg.

I would like to find out more information about my child.......from Many parents have very important and difficult to answer questions about their or their child's neurological disease. Where is a reliable and informative place to obtain these answers?

First, the MOST INFORMED OPINION can only be obtained in person, and NOT over the Internet

If you feel that have more questions, please ask & ask again. Write down your questions and ask in a follow-up appointment.

Beware of where you are getting information over the Internet.
There is a concern that much information provided over the Internet is incorrect, unfounded in fact, or at times untrue . Be sure to use RELIABLE sources, typically from Medical Societies, or from Parent/Patient Organizations. In general, most of the listed sites have valid information, although it is impossible to account for every Web Page link.

YOU have access to the medical literature.
Although difficult to read, you can browse the medical literature th rough PubMed or GratefulMed. The abstracts (short form) of most articles are available on the Internet, and longer forms of the articles can be ordered.