My philosophy of care is to build a solid foundation that is stretched and shaped to fit the patient's needs.

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Biography

As a pediatric neurologist, I treat children and adolescents with concussions and post-concussion headaches. I work with the Concussion and Post-Traumatic Headache Team, which collaborates with specialists from various fields. These include rehabilitation and physical medicine; sports medicine; physical, occupational and speech therapy; vestibular rehabilitation and other specialties. Our team collaborates and provides a tailored recovery plan for each patient.

In my research, I’m exploring the classification and treatment of headaches after concussions and mild traumatic brain injuries. I’m also investigating the importance of low wait times for patients who may have a concussion.

My philosophy of care is to build a solid foundation that is stretched and shaped to fit the patient's needs.

During my free time, I enjoy fishing, hiking and biking.

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Publications

Prospective longitudinal investigation shows correlation of event-related potential to mild traumatic brain injury in adolescents. Laufer, O; Geva, A; Ellis, JD; Barber Foss, K; Ettinger, M; Stern, Y; Arthur, T; Kutcher, J; Myer, G; Reches, A. Brain Injury. 2020; 34:871-880.

Impact of radiotracer injection latency and seizure duration on subtraction ictal SPECT co-registered to MRI (SISCOM) performance in children. Aungaroon, G; Trout, A; Radhakrishnan, R; Horn, PS; Arya, R; Tenney, JR; Arthur, TM; Holland, KD; Mangano, FT; Leach, JL; et al. Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 2018; 129:1842-1848.

Ictal nose wiping in childhood absence epilepsy: A case series. Aungaroon, G; Arya, R; Arthur, TM; Holland, KD. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery. 2018; 172:134-136.

Language and motor function thresholds during pediatric extra-operative electrical cortical stimulation brain mapping. Vera, AZ; Aungaroon, G; Horn, PS; Byars, AW; Greiner, HM; Tenney, JR; Arthur, TM; Crone, NE; Holland, KD; Mangano, FT; et al. Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 2017; 128:2087-2093.

After-discharges and seizures during pediatric extra-operative electrical cortical stimulation functional brain mapping: Incidence, thresholds, and determinants. Aungaroon, G; Vera, AZ; Horn, PS; Byars, AW; Greiner, HM; Tenney, JR; Arthur, TM; Crone, NE; Holland, KD; Mangano, FT; et al. Electromyography and Clinical Neurophysiology. 2017; 128:2078-2086.

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