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THESE ARE THE DRS ON COLE'S TEAM:
Sumit Parikh, M.D.
-This will be Cole's neurologist. He specializes in diagnosis and treatment of patients with mitochondrial cytopathies, inborn errors of metabolism, cognitive and developmental regression, autism and developmental delays. (what a perfect match for Cole!)
One of our special friends just got back from seeing this dr. last month and this is what his mommy said...(hope you don't mind "C").
"Bertrand's first appointment of the day yesterday was with Dr. Sumit Parikh, and I'll be upfront by saying I came out of that appointment with a crush on him. ;) Heck, I think Matthew, Diane (Bertrand's nana) and even Bertrand himself came out of that appointment with a crush! It is unbelieveably rare to find such a combination of expertise, attentiveness and compassion."
Dr. Deepak Lachhwani
-He specializes in children with complex epilepsies, children with epilepsy and Sturge Weber Syndrome, children with first seizure, clinical drug trials, clinical neurophysiology, diagnostic video EEG for pediatric seizure disorders, EEG, Epilepsy, epilepsy and epilepsy surgery in children and adolescents, Epilepsy surgery and medical treatment of epilepsy in children, interpretation of continuous EEG monitoring in the critical care setting, invasive EEG monitoring for pre-surgical evaluations, Pediatric Epilepsy, pediatric epilepsy and epilepsy surgery, Rasmussen's encephalitis and medically refractory status epilepticus., Seizure disorder treatment and surgery in brain malformations, seizure manifestations, Sturge Weber syndrome, surgical treatment of refractory epilepsy and functional imaging, Tuberous Sclerosis Complex, vagus nerve stimulation, Video EEG, clinical outcomes after epilepsy surgery in children with tuberous sclerosis.