Location: Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, Bunts Auditorium (TT Building, located on E. 90th St. between Carnegie and Euclid), Cleveland, Ohio - Parking available in Lot #4
EXPERT SPEAKER: Dr. A. David Rothner
TOPIC: Limitations of Surgical Treatment in the Relief of Headaches: Value of a Multidisciplinary Team
LOCATION: Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, Bunts Auditorium (TT Building, located on E. 90th St. between Carnegie and Euclid), Cleveland, Ohio - Parking available in Lot #4
About Dr. Rothner: A. David Rothner, MD, is Chairman Emeritus of the Section of Child Neurology and Director of the Pediatric/Adolescent Headache Program at Cleveland Clinic. He also directs the Patient Education Program in the Division of Education.
Dr. Rothner received his medical degree from the University of Illinois College of Medicine. Following completion of an internship and junior residency in pediatrics at the Presbyterian-St. Luke's Hospital in Chicago, he completed a senior residency in pediatrics at Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center's Babies Hospital in New York City. Dr. Rothner continued his training at the Neurologic Institute of Columbia Presbyterian Medical Center with a fellowship in pediatric neurology. He has been a member of the faculty in the Department of Pediatrics and Neurology at Cleveland Clinic since 1973.
Currently, Dr. Rothner is the Chairman Emeritus of the Section of Child Neurology at Cleveland Clinic. He is also Vice-Chairman of the Division of Education. He serves as a Fellow of the American Academies of Pediatrics and Neurology, and has served on the advisory boards of the Epilepsy Foundation of America and the March of Dimes. Dr. Rothner directs the Pediatric/Adolescent Headache Program and also directs the efforts of the Patient Education Program.
Dr. Rothner sits on the editorial board of Pediatrics Today and Headache Quarterly. He has published over 250 original articles, book chapters, tapes and reviews in the areas of epilepsy, headaches in children and general pediatric neurology. He is Co-Editor of the textbook, Headache in Children and Adolescents.