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Holiday Party-Hopping

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Holiday party-hopping can be a challenge with kids. Here’s how to ensure your special needs child is included and cared for during this busy social season:

Introducing…Our Two Newest Pediatric Neurologists

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As the primary pediatric neurology practice in Austin, we work hard to better serve our community’s families that includes expanding our talented team. That is why we are pleased to introduce to you …(drum roll, please)….Dr. Aaron Cardon and Dr. Meeta Cardon. (Who doesn’t love a bow tie?!)

10 Great Gift Ideas for Special Needs Kids

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Stumped on what to buy for your favorite kiddo this year? Check out these great gift ideas that are all well-suited for those with special needs.

Our 2017 Super Doctors

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We think all of our doctors are truly super doctors. See which ones are wearing their capes this week as they were named to the 2017 Super Doctors list in this December’s Texas Monthly magazine.

Dr. Keough: Medical Marijuana, Cannabidiol and Epilepsy

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Find out what Dr. Keough has to say about medical marijuana, or the cannabis compound CBD, as it relates to epilepsy. You might be surprised:

Spotlight on Dr. Dilip Karnik

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Learn more about how Dr. Dilip Karnik helped pioneer pediatric neurology in Austin...

Spotlight on Dr. Ryan Boeck

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One of our physicians may frequently be covered in baby spit up with dark circles under his eyes, but he wears it well…and always has a smile on his face to boot.

Not Just for Beauty! 3 Ways Botox Helps Our Patients

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The bounty of Botox stretches far beyond its role in cosmetic enhancements. Learn about how we use it in our clinics to successfully treat our young patients:

4 Tips for a Healthier Halloween…And Ways to Purge Leftover Candy

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If your biggest Halloween fear is not the spooky haunted houses, but all the excess sugar…then read on about how to have a healthier Halloween this year:

Spotlight on Dr. Ezam Ghodsi

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When he bleeds, he bleeds burnt orange. Learn more about Dr. Ezam Ghodsi and his love of the Texas Longhorns right here:

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