Pediatric neurologist patients in an Orange County pediatric neurology office.
Dr. Andrew McIntosh, MD, and his Orange County pediatric neurology office provide the unique
experience of expert and innovative pediatric neurology care in a comfortable environment. From
your initial phone call to the office through follow-up questions about previous appointments, our
Orange County pediatric neurology practice is committed to providing comprehensive
individualized service.
  • Experienced Front Office and Reception Staff
  • Special Times for Urgent Appointment Requests
  • Convenient Parking Within Steps of the Office
  • Quiet, Child-Friendly Waiting Room
  • Extended Appointment Times
Our Unique Office Experience
Dr. Andrew McIntosh, MD, and his staff are pleased to have you as a visitor to our Orange
County pediatric neurology practice. There is only so much that can be explained within this
website about all that our Orange County pediatric neurology office has to offer. We invite you
to call us so we can meet in person to explain, in more detail, our Vision, Passion and Desire
for Excellence in caring for your child.
Welcome to our Orange County Pediatric Neurology Office!
Dr. Andrew McIntosh, MD
Orange County Pediatric Neurologist
30131 Town Center Drive, Suite 1
95
Laguna Niguel, California 92677
P. 949.249.3780
F. 949.249.3730
Pediatric neurologist patient in an Orange County pediatric neurology office.
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News
Dr. McIntosh recently completed a very well-received series of
lectures at the Orange County community and teaching
hospitals about Tic Disorders including Tourette Syndrome.  
His presentation slides are available
-HERE-.
Dr. McIntosh's "Medications for Migraines" article  was recently
published by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP).  He
will also be presenting lectures on this topic throughout
Orange County in the upcoming months.
Dr. McIntosh's epilepsy expertise as a
pediatric neurologist is called upon by "The
Doctor's" television program on CBS.
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Recent Blog Posts
Staring Spell Seizures
Staring spells in children are usually benign behaviors but
sometimes may be an under-recognized type of seizure.  In
this article, we describe the two types of staring spell seizures.
PANDAS - A Tic Disorder
Tic disorders are seen commonly by pediatric neurologists.  In
this article we present some introductory information and a list
of frequently asked questions about this unusual tic disorder.
Fish Oil Supplementation for ADHD
Many families are seeking alternative treatments for ADHD.  In
this article, we review the medical literature and provide
specific recommendations for fish oil supplementation.
Do You Have Questions About . . .
ADD/ADHD
Tic Disorders
Seizures
Headaches
Autism Spectrum