Neurology is the area of medicine that deals with the nervous system which includes the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. Our pediatric neurologist here at Granger Medical Clinic, Dr. Denise Morita, specializes in the diagnoses and treatment of disorders of the nervous system for infants, children, and adolescents. Common neurological conditions include headaches, seizures, tics and Tourette Syndrome, and developmental delays. Dr. Morita performs an extensive review of your child’s health history in addition to a physical exam which may include mental status, function of the cranial nerves, strength, coordination, reflexes, and sensation.
Our highly trained and friendly staff work continuously to stay up-to-date on the latest research and treatment options available in order to offer the highest quality services. We understand how helpless and frustrating it can feel when your child is sick and we want you to feel confident and empowered in the care your child receives. We encourage you to be an active participant in their care and treatment plan. You can count on us to be a trusted ally in your child’s health and wellbeing!
To help ensure that your visit goes smoothly and to maximize your time with Dr. Morita, please fill out the required forms and bring them with you to your appointment.
Please complete both the Registration Form for Minor Children (Formulario de Inscripción Para Menores) & Pediatric Neurology New Patient Visit Form and bring them filled out to your first appointment. To do so, click on the buttons below.
- Registration Form for Minor Children
- Formulario de Inscripción Para Menores
- Pediatric Neurology New Patient Visit Form
Please complete the Pediatric Neurology Follow-Up Visit Form and bring it filled out to your next appointment. To do so, please click on the button below.
- Tics and Tourette syndrome
- Developmental delay
- And more…
Patients may choose to seek care on their own or they may be referred by their primary care provider or other specialist. It is important to consider insurance requirements, such as a referral, before consulting with a specialist.