Welcome to Child Neurology Consultants of Austin
We believe kids come first. That’s why we offer expert care close to home and create meaningful relationships with our patient families. Compassion never runs short here — every patient is greeted with open arms and a smile. Our team of specially trained, board-certified pediatric neurologists will make sure you feel supported in your child's care. We also offer advanced medical technology, two in-house pediatric infusion centers, and other important outpatient services.
With our partner medical group, Pediatric Rheumatology Consultants, our vision is to help every child become their best self.
Conditions We Treat
Our pediatric neurology team has experience in diagnosing and treating a broad array of neurological conditions impacting children from birth through young adulthood. These include attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism, cerebral palsy, concussion, epilepsy, metabolic disorders, migraines, Tourette syndrome, and other neurological conditions.
Meet Our Providers
You won’t find another pediatric neurology group in the region with such a large and diverse team of specialties. Our team has devoted many years to train with world-class physicians. As an independent medical group, our providers are affiliated with all area hospitals such as Dell Children’s Medical Center, St. David’s Healthcare, and Texas Children’s Hospital.
We adore Dr. Elton! Not only does she give us her time and knowledge, but she always takes the time to connect with my son on a personal level and makes appointments feel more like a get together with an old friend.
Dr. Lindsay Elton
Dr. Labiner is such a wonderful and compassionate doctor. She cares for her patients and always listens to concerns. The entire office is friendly and welcoming.
Dr. Kate Labiner
I am blind and came in with my 3 yr old. Everyone was so helpful. With the pandemic going on, it’s been hard to get anyone to get close enough to lead me anywhere. CNCA really treated us like people and I can't praise y'all enough for that.
Dr. Michael Reardon