Dr Pranathi Gutta
Consultant in Paediatric Neurology
KIMS Hospital, Apollo Hospital and Fernandez Hospital
Contact No: 9912360004
Email : email@example.com
M.B.B.S (Osmania Medical College)-2001
Fellow Paediatric Neurology -Great Ormond Street Hospital, London 2010
Consultant Paediatric Neurology- 7years at Apollo Hospital.
Consultant Paediatric Neurology- 5 years, Fernandez Hospital.
Dr.Pranathi underwent Paediatric training in the U.K for over 9 years with specific training in Pediatric neurology and Neonatal neurology from Great Ormond Street Hospital, London and Hammersmith NHS trust . She has gained a wide experience and training in pediatric epilepsy, neuromuscular disorders, neurovscular and oncology , movement disorders , neuroinflammation and demyelination and Neuro-rehabilation through under various experts in the respective fields. She is certified trainer for PET (Pediatric epilepsy trining , BPNA) and has been a faculty for many PET level 1 courses for Physicians in India. She is certified in all 3 levels of PET.
With the vision of nurturing best care practices in India, Dr.Pranathi has been delivering expert Pediatric neurology services in India since 9 years. She is known for her holistic approach to every child and has hand held many families through their journey with complex neurological conditions.
What encompasses Pediatric Neurology?
A paediatric neurologist is a general paediatrician, who in addition to knowing children has a specialised knowledge of the anatomy, physiology and pathology of the nervous system. The paediatric neurologist knows enough about the systemic diseases in the paediatric age group, the peculiarities of the maturing brain, normal and abnormal development in children and the psychosocial aspects of sick children and their parents. The care of children will be shared between the primary paediatrician and the specialist.
Paediatric neurology concerns not only with Cerebral palsy and learning difficulties, but also with other neurological disorders in children. Paediatric neurologists diagnose, treat, and manage the following conditions from birth until 16 years:
Weakness, including cerebral palsy, muscular dystrophy, and nerve muscle disorders
Developmental disorders, including delayed speech & motor milestones, intellectual disabilities (ID) and coordination issues
Seizure disorders, including seizures in newborns-, febrile convulsions and epilepsy
Any other antenatally detected problems concerning neurology
Medical aspects of head injuries and brain tumors.
Headaches, including migraine.
Behavioral disorders, including Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), Attention deficit disorder(ADD), school failure and sleep problems.
Parental Counselling / Adolescent Counselling.