About Us

Welcome to Pediatrix Neurology and Epilepsy Center of Central Florida!

Specializing in the treatment of neurological disorders in both children and adults, Pediatrix Neurology and Epilepsy of Florida has provided support, hope and cutting-edge medical treatment to more than 15,000 patients in the Central Florida area since 2001. Pediatrix Neurology and Epilepsy of Florida is the largest outpatient facility for long-term epilepsy monitoring in Central Florida. Contact us today so we may help you or your child start on the road to better health.

Our primary values and beliefs

  • Care for our patients as we would wish to be cared for ourselves.
  • Offer only the highest level of integrity at every level of service and care.
  • Provide excellence in medical education at all staff levels.
  • Promote a sense of common purpose within our clinic.
  • Provide an efficient and pleasant environment for our patients.
  • Provide the highest-quality customer service, addressing our patients’ medical needs first.

Hours of operation
Hours: Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed for lunch noon to 1 p.m.

Our Services

Founded by Dr. Ronald Davis, Pediatrix Neurology and Epilepsy of Florida offers a wide range of services and treatments, including examination of head and neck nerves; muscle strength and movement; balance, ambulation and reflexes; and sensation, memory, speech, language and other cognitive abilities.
We also perform diagnostic tests and provide treatment and management for a broad spectrum of neurological disorders. Services include:

Meet our staff

A key component of any medical treatment is the medical care provider, which is why Pediatrix Neurology and Epilepsy of Florida is dedicated to providing high-quality, evidence-based medical care.

We understand that a medical diagnosis can bring uncertainty and confusion, and that during those times, a patient’s experience is only as good as the caregiver involved.

Our educated and responsive staff is committed to developing a compassionate and respectful relationship with our patients to help them live their healthiest lives.

We believe that knowledge is power, and we are dedicated to providing you with the resources to be as educated as possible regarding your diagnosis or your child’s diagnosis.

Clinical studies

Our research department is a leader in conducting innovative trials for neurological disorders. Since 2002, we have participated in the approval process of safe and effective treatments for those diagnosed with epilepsy, migraines and other neurological disorders.
We look forward to discussing our current studies with you to determine if you or your child meet eligibility criteria.
Actively enrolling studies
Clinical studies are conducted at hospitals, universities and doctors’ offices, and are the fastest and safest way to prove which treatments work best in patients.

  • New-onset or recent-onset epilepsy – POS (with or without second generation) or primary generalized tonic-clonic seizures (PGTCS); Ages: 2 to 15 years old.
  • Generalized/secondary generalized/mixed seizures; Ages: 1 month to <18 years old.
  • Primary generalized tonic-clonic; Ages: 5 to 65 years old.
  • Partial onset seizure; Ages: 1 month to 17 years old.
  • Upper or lower limb spasticity; Ages: 2 to <17 years old. Stable monoplegic, hemiplegic or triplegic.
  • Dravet syndrome; Ages: 2 to 18 years old.
  • Glut 1 deficiency; Ages: 1 to <35 years old.
  • Tourette syndrome; Ages: 6 to 16 years old.
  • Any epilepsy type; Ages: 1 month to less than 24 months old.

For more information, please contact:
Phone: 407-293-1122, ext. 226
Fax: 407-253-2170

More resources

Upon you or your child being diagnosed with an illness, you may find that you have many questions to be answered, and you may be a little confused. You’re not alone. Across America, many people are living with the same illness. One of the best decisions you can make at this time is to educate yourself, and we are available to help you in this process. Together, we will form a partnership that will play a vital role in your well-being or your child’s well-being.

Here, you can find a compilation of links to websites that can provide you with information concerning the diagnosis, symptoms and various treatments. Many of the websites can direct you to online support groups so you can correspond with people who are sharing an experience similar to yours. The more you know, the more power you have over your health.
At Pediatrix Neurology and Epilepsy Center of Central Florida, we believe that knowledge is power, and we strive to empower you and your family.

www.autism-society.org (Autism Society of America)
www.ucf-card.org (Center for Autism and Related Disabilities)
www.autismfl.com (Autism Society of Florida)
www.card.ufl.edu (Center for Autism and Related Disabilities)
www.autism.org (Autism Collaboration)

www.epilepsy-cf.org (Epilepsy Association of Central Florida)
www.epilepsyfoundation.org (Epilepsy Foundation)
www.epilepsy.com (Epilepsy Therapy Project)

www.achenet.org (American Headache Society)
www.ahsnet.org (American Headache Society)
www.migraines.org (MAGNUM: The National Migraine Association)
www.headaches.org (National Headache Foundation)

www.aacap.org (American Academy of Child Adolescent Psychiatry)
www.cnshealthcare.com (Clinical Neuroscience Solutions)
www.adolpsych.org (American Society for Adolescent Psychiatry)

General Neurology Info
www.healthfinder.gov (National Health Information Center)
www.childneurologysociety.org (Child Neurology Society)
www.nlm.nih.gov (U.S. National Library of Medicine)
www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus (National Health Information Center)
www.ncld.org (National Center for Learning Disabled)
www.ninds.nih.gov (National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke)
www.neurologychannel.com (Neurology Channel – Video links)
www.rarediseases.org (National Organization for Rare Disorders)

Internet Drug Index
www.rxlist.com (RxList – The Internet Drug Index)

Other Neurological Links
www.geneticalliance.org (Genetic Alliance)
www.mda.org (Muscular Dystrophy Association, Helping Jerry’s Kids)
www.ataxia.org (Ataxia)
www.charcot-marie-tooth.org (Charcot Marie Tooth)
www.nfxf.org (Fragile X)
www.umdf.org (Mitochondrial Disorders)
www.wemove.org (Movement Disorders)
www.mdausa.org (Muscular Dystrophy)
www.ctf.org (Neurofibromatosis)
www.neuropathy.org (Neuropathy)
www.rettssyndrome.org (Retts Syndrome)
www.tsa-usa.org (Tourette’s Syndrome)
www.tsalliance.org (Tuberous Sclerosis)

Learning sites for kids
http://faculty.washington.edu/chudler/neurok.html (Neuroscience for Kids)
www.adolescenthealth.org (The Society for Adolescent Medicine)
www.youramazingbrain.org.uk (Your Amazing Brain)

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Our local clinicians are highly trained to meet the individual needs of patients. Learn about their training, certifications, and other credentials by viewing their individual biographies.

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