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Jane Tavyev Asher, MD

child neurologist, speaker, author

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Lifestyle Medicine | Neurology | Pediatrics | Physician

Dr Tavyev Asher is a Board Certified Child Neurologist who has served as Director of the Division of Child Neurology at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles since 2010.  She completed all of her medical training at Texas Children’s Hospital/ Baylor College of Medicine, the #2 training program in the field and the largest children’s hospital in the country.   She also trained in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities, and currently has a busy clinical practice in general child neurology and child development.  Distinguished locally, has been listed as one of the top doctors by LA magazine for many years running.  Her approach combines lifestyle medicine (dietary interventions, etc) when possible, with evidence-based interventions, focusing on minimalistic and holistic intervention with heavy parental involvement.  She is a sought after speaker on topics related to parenting, lifestlye changes, and optimizing child development.  She currently shares information via Facebook as the “Neurotic Neurologist” and “Bright Baby, Beautiful Mama”, with more coming soon.

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A classically trained Child Neurologist who incorporates lifestyle medicine to optimize the developmental trajectory of all children.
Jane Tavyev Asher, MD
Jane Tavyev Asher, MD

A classically trained Child Neurologist who incorporates lifestyle medicine to optimize the developmental trajectory of all children.

Jane Tavyev Asher, MD

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