Dr. Davis is board-certified in neurology, psychiatry, pediatrics and neurophysiology.
As a pediatric neurologist, Dr. Davis has trained in the diagnosis and treatment of nervous-system disorders, including diseases of the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscle.
He received his medical degree at Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University and served as a fellow of child neurology at Children’s Hospital in Boston. In addition, he trained at Harvard University, where he served as assistant professor. He is also a United States Army veteran, where he served with honor for 10 years.
Dr. Davis serves as co-director of pediatric epilepsy for the Level 4 Epilepsy Center at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children and medical director of the Muscular Dystrophy Orlando Clinic.
As a husband and father, he understands the importance of family and community in a patient’s well-being.
“We focus on how we can get a patient’s epileptic seizures under control. While we remain committed to pediatric health care, we’ve expanded into some adult issues. It’s a compliment when the parents of my pediatric patients come to me to help them with their own health issues. Let us show you how we can help you.”
- Received medical degree from Brody School of Medicine at East Carolina University.
- President and founder of Pediatrix Neurology and Epilepsy Center of Central Florida in Orlando.
- Assistant professor for Florida State University.
- Board-certified in neurology, pediatrics, psychiatry and neurophysiology.
- Fellow of child neurology at Children’s Hospital Boston.
- Trained at Harvard University, Boston.
- Served as assistant professor at Harvard University.
- Co-director of pediatric epilepsy for the Level 4 Epilepsy Center at Orlando Health Arnold Palmer Hospital for Children.
- Medical director of Muscular Dystrophy Orlando Clinic.
- Veteran of the United States Army.
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