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Kristen Arredondo, MD

Kristen Arredondo, MD, is a board-certified pediatric neurologist within UT Health Austin Pediatric Neurosciences at Dell Children’s, as well as an assistant professor in Dell Medical School’s Department of Neurology.

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Specialty

  • Pediatric Epilepsy

Provides Care Through

  • UT Health Austin Pediatric Neurosciences at Dell Children’s

My Clinical Focus

Dr. Arredondo practices in the Comprehensive Pediatric Epilepsy Center and has a special interest in treating medically refractory epilepsy, neurostimulation, and tuberous sclerosis management. Dr. Arredondo’s research interests include thalamic EEG and practice trends in epilepsy presurgical evaluation and surgical management in the United States. She serves on a committee developing educational podcasts for the Child Neurology Society.

Memberships

  1. American Academy of Neurology
  2. American Clinical Neurophysiology Society
  3. American Epilepsy Society
  4. Child Neurology Society

Why Choose Dell Children's

Dell Children's offers a different brand of healthcare. We call it personalized care. We believe in showing everyone dignity and respect while providing the best care possible for the children we serve.

We are the premier healthcare provider for children and adolescents in Central Texas. While Dell Children's Medical Center is the cornerstone of our pediatric care, our doctors, nurses and associates work in schools, clinics, programs and practices throughout the community to deliver excellent care and better health for our children.

We provide a range of health services to keep your children healthy. We are advancing healthcare and improving lives with easy clinical visits for everyday illnesses, school district and county health partnerships, in-hospital playtime through our child life program, community outreach events and innovative medical treatments for complex and specialized illnesses.

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