Led by Craig Zaidman, MD, the pediatric neuromuscular team is a group of experienced clinical and research professionals committed to the compassionate care of children with neuromuscular diseases.

Craig Zaidman, MD

Associate Professor, Neurology and Pediatrics, Adult Neurology

Craig Zaidman, MD, cares exclusively for children with neuromuscular disorders. A professor of neurology and pediatrics at Washington University School of Medicine, Zaidman has more than 15 years of experience treating neuromuscular diseases in children and adults. An expert in neuromuscular ultrasound, he lectures around the work about this pain-free technique. He also services as principal investigator on more than 15 clinical trials. Committed to his patient’s well-being, Zaidman follows his pediatric patients into adulthood.

Team members