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Charles Nichter MD
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1997
(Neurology with Special Qualifications in Child Neurology)
AMC Pediatric Neurology Group
43 New Scotland Ave. MC 70
Physicians Pavillion, 2nd Floor
Albany, NY 12208
Pediatric general neurology
Pediatric motor and movement disorders
Pediatric neuromuscular disease
07/01/1979 - 06/31/1980
Montreal, Quebec H3T Canada
07/01/1980 - 06/31/1983
Children's Hospital Of Pittsburgh
07/01/1983 - 06/30/1984
Kennedy Kreiger Institute
07/01/1990 - 06/30/1993
Columbia Univ. College of Physicians & Surgeons
New York, NY
7/1/1976 - 06/30/1979
Buffalo Children's Hospital (Pediatric)
09/1972 - 5/1976
Dr. Charles Nichter is a pediatric neurologist whose clinical specialty encompasses a range of motor and movement disorders. He is primarily focused on treating children with neuromuscular diseases, such as muscular dystrophies like Becker, Duchenne, and limb girdle dystrophies. He also has a special interest in treating patients with tics, tremors, and Tourette syndrome.
Dr. Nichter is passionate about utilizing a team approach to optimize patient outcomes: “When treating patients, my goal is to develop a team of specialists that would include case managers, pediatric neurologists, and neuro-rehabilitative therapists and physicians,” said Dr. Nichter. “Case management is vitally important in the management of these special children, and we strive to make connections with other organizations to make the team possible.”