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Sharoon Qaiser, MD, MBBS

Director: Children and Young Adult Headache & Research Program
Sharoon Qaiser, MD
Physician Referral


  • Neurology
  • Neurology - Pediatric
  • Conditions treated

    Headache,  Headache Medicine,  Migraine,  Periodic Syndromes,  Headache related neurological conditions
  • About

    Dr. Sharoon Qaiser is a graduate of King Edward Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan. He completed a residency in pediatrics and child neurology at the University of Kentucky and a pediatric headache fellowship at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital and Medical Center, the largest pediatric headache program in the world. Qaiser practices at the Kentucky Neuroscience Institute (KNI) at UK HealthCare and serves as director of the new Children & Young Adult Headache and Research Program, the only multidisciplinary headache clinic in the region focused on children, teenagers and young adults ages 25 and younger.

    Qaiser’s clinical focus and personal passion is treating headaches in children and young adults through a multidisciplinary approach. He is a prolific researcher and has been published in multiple journals.

    Personal Statement

    “Our headache clinic works on the philosophy of teaching and listening. My patients have told me that they have been treated and prescribed medicines, but they’ve not always felt listened to. At our clinic, we do not only treat ailments, but we provide education. Children and adolescents feel more empowered when they have a better understanding of their disease.”

    Faculty Rank

    Assistant Professor of Neurology


    King Edward Medical College, Punjab University, Lahore, Pakistan


    Child and Pediatric Neurology, University of Kentucky


    Headache, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center

    Certifications and Special Training

    American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology, Child Neurology

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