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In private practice since 1997, Dr. Brosgol and his staff treat PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY patients and patients of other ages with a variety of ...› Read More

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Dr. Brosgol obtained his medical diploma at Moscow Medical and Dental School in Moscow, Russia, 1984. He conducted neurology specialty training ... › Read More

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Contact Information

  • Child Neurology New York
  • 30 West End Avenue, Building 1
    Brooklyn, NY 11235
  • (718) 648-4567
  • (718) 648-0407
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Dr. Yuri Brosgol, M.D.

Dr. Brosgol obtained his medical diploma at Moscow Medical and Dental School in Moscow, Russia, 1984. He conducted neurology specialty training in Moscow where he practiced general neurology until 1989.

In 1991, Dr. Brosgol commenced pediatric residency at Schneider Children's Hospital at Long Island Jewish Medical Center, and then completed a fellowship in PEDIATRIC NEUROLOGY in 1996.

Dr. Brosgol then completed a fellowship in epilepsy, EEG and electrophysiology at New York University Medical Center in 1997.

Dr. Brosgol is certified by The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (with special qualifications in Child Neurology) and by The American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology.

Dr. Brosgol takes on an integrative or so called "functional" or even "holistic" approach to the patient. His goal is not just to provide the temporary relief of symptoms, but to treat "the whole person" by digging in all the way to the roots of the disturbance.

Often a time, such "detective" approach reveals underlying food sensitivities, toxic exposures, sleep deprivation, lack of physical activity and even "toxic relationships". Sometimes the "discoveries" are striking, unexpected and even enlightening both parties.

Even conditions with apparent genetic or traumatic associations can be improved by guided changes in lifestyle, diet, metabolic supplements and mind-body reconditioning.

Dr. Brosgol holds clinical affiliation with Maimonides Medical Center and with The Brooklyn Hospital Center, where he treats inpatients and outpatients and runs Pediatric Epilepsy Programs, and academic affiliations with Downstate University Medical Center.

Dr. Brosgol is an Active Member of American Academy of Neurology , Child Neurology Society ,Institute of Functional Medicine, and Autism Research Institute.