MassGeneral Hospital for Children pediatric neurologists treat children with seizure disorders, developmental delay, chronic headaches, attention and learning disorders, metabolic, and genetic disorders. These problems are often complex and may involve multiple physical and emotional factors.
Drs. Silken and Singer provide outpatient consultations in their offices, not on-site at Newton-Wellesley. Appointments may be scheduled by calling the numbers listed below. Both physicians utilize Newton-Wellesley’s state-of-the-art neurodiagnostic facilities, including MRI, CT, and neurophysiologic testing facilities.
Alan Silken, MD
825 Washington Street
Suite 200, Norwood, MA 02062
MD Degree: Yale University School of Medicine, 1974
Residency:Yale-New Haven Hospital, Chief Resident, Pediatrics, 1978
Boston University Medical Center, Neurology, 1982 Boston City Hospital,
Pediatric Neurology, 1984
Board Certification: Pediatrics, 1979; Pediatric Neurology, 1988
Clinical Interests: Epilepsy, and attention and learning disorders in children.
William Singer, MD
The Center for Developmental Neurology & Pediatric Behavioral Medicine
42 Washington Street
Suite 100, Wellesley, MA 02481
MD Degree: State University of New York College of Medicine, 1970
Residency: State University of New York, Pediatrics, 1972
Fellowship: New England Medical Center, Pediatric Neurology, 1972-1975
Board Certification: Pediatrics
Clinical Interests: Traumatic brain injury
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