We are a comprehensive faculty practice with board certified pediatricians, a variety of pediatric specialists and a large residency program providing care to infants, children and adolescents up to 21 years of age in both the inpatient and outpatient settings (multiple offices and locations). We are supported by a 47-bed inpatient pediatric unit at St. John Providence Children’s Hospital in Detroit, Michigan.
We provide inpatient consultations and referrals for patients who have or may not have been diagnosed with a specific problem and those who may have multiple health problems and are admitted to our children’s Hospital. The General Pediatricians provide discharge examinations for newborns. Additionally all of our physicians provide care to patients in all of our offices. With a multitude of specialties housed under one roof, we are able to simplify providing your child’s health care.
- General Pediatrics
- Pediatric Cardiology
- Pediatric Residency Clinic
- Pediatric Infectious Disease
- Pediatric Endocrinology
- Pediatric Gastroenterology
- Pediatric Nephrology
- Pediatric Neurology
- Pediatric Behavioral Medicine
Dr. Iqbal Allarakhia is a pediatric neurologist who is board certified in Neurology with Special Qualification in Child Neurology. He has completed pediatric neurology and epilepsy fellowships training at the University of Michigan Medical Center. He has daily weekday clinics at both Detroit/Grosse Pointe and Macomb Township offices. In addition, he is available to see in-patient consultations at St John Hospital and Medical Center. All childhood neurological conditions are seen including epilepsy, headaches, autism, cerebral palsy, speech and language disorders, other developmental disorders, neurofibromatosis, tics and Tourette syndrome, other movement disorders, learning disabilities, ADHD, pediatric stroke, and pediatric sleep disorders. Included modalities of treatment include vagus nerve stimulator. There are hospital based facilities for both in-patient and out-patient, short and long-term electroencephalography (EEG) and evoked potential testing.
See Dr. Allarakhia speaking at the 2011 Wellness and Epilepsy Conference: