Dr. Alsayouf is a board-certified pediatric neurologist who has worked in Jordan, the United States, and the United Arab Emirates. He graduated from Jordan University of Science and Technology with a degree in medicine. He received his education in pediatrics at Texas Tech University in Amarillo. He completed his pediatric neurology training at Nationwide Children’s Hospital/Ohio State University.
Under conscious sedation, Botulinum toxins were used to treat spasticity.
Treatment with Botulinum toxins, occipital nerve blocks, and supraorbital nerve blocks are all dedicated interventional chronic headache procedures for adults.
The Sphenopalatine technique is a one-of-a-kind office-based surgery for persistent headaches, chronic facial pain, chronic neck and back pain, and trigger point injections in adults.
Injections of botulinum toxins for hemifacial spasms, blepharospasms, and abnormal facial nerve regeneration, as well as hyperhidrosis
EEG routines, video EEG, long-term video EEG, and ambulatory EEG are two types of EEG.
Assessment of plagiocephaly, helmet orthosis, and craniosynostosis
For the first time in the Middle East, autism is being treated with an innovative new method.
Evaluation and treatment for ADHD
Assessment and treatment of stroke in children
- Hospital Affiliations Kids Neuro Clinic and Rehab Center
- Experience / Training
- Medical School Pediatric Chief Resident at Texa Tech University,USA : 2004-2005. Child Neurology Chief resident at Ohio State University,USA : 2008-2009. Assistant Professor at Des Moines Osteopathic School of Medicine,USA :2009-2012. Core Faculty at Gulf Medical University (GMU) 2012-2013. Health Call CLinic CEO 2014-2015. Specialist Pediatric Neurologist and Epileptiologist at Saudi German Hospital.
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