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Neurology with Special Qualification in Child Neurology
MD, Kharkov State Medical University Kharkov, Ukraine
Medical College of Wisconsin Milwaukee, WI Mayo Clinic Rochester, MN
Minnesota Epilepsy Group, University of Minnesota St. Paul, MN
UPMC NorthwestUPMC HamotChildren's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMCMagee-Womens Hospital
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Dr. Inna Vaisleib is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Child Neurology in the Department of Pediatrics.
Dr. Vaisleib obtained her medical degree from Kharkov State Medical University, Kharkov, Ukraine. She completed a pediatric residency at the Children;s Hospital of Wisconsin, child neurology residency at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota and Clinical Neurophysiology and Childhood Epilepsy fellowship at the University of Minnesota and Minnesota Epilepsy Group and then joined the neurology staff at the University of Minnesota.
Dr. Vaisleib joined the faculty at UPMC and Children;s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC (CHP) in 2000 and now is one of seven CHP neurologists specially trained in epilepsy. She has particular interests in medically intractable epilepsy, VNS, pre-surgical evaluations and headaches in children. Dr. Vaisleib serves as a primary investigator in several multicenter clinical trials investigating new anticonvulsant medications, has directed the neurophysiology course for new neurology residents and leads the neurophysiology quality control effort. Dr. Vaisleib works closely with the Epilepsy Foundation of Western Pennsylvania in educating families and the public about epilepsy and devotes one week each summer to serving as the physician at their camp for children with epilepsy, Camp Frog.
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Total Comments: 12
Both myself and my husband are completely satisfied with Dr Vaisleib care.
terrible bedside manner. very cold.
We love Dr. Vaislieb! She and her nurse practitioner are always helpful, informative, have a good manner when interacting with patients, and they're direct, even when information isn't what you want to hear.
It can be hard to get an appointment with her. Other than that, every experience has been wonderful. She is experienced and educated in her specialty. She really tries the best she can to not only treat, but to also find out why. I feel she actually cares about her patients instead of rushing you out of the door which is hard to find. I trust her with my daughters care and treatment. Bailey is also wonderful.
We've never really had a bad experience.
Dr. Vasleib was very knowledgable and concerned for my child during the visit. She spoke to us about serious medical options for our child's care and included him in the discussion. We felt our concerns were validated by her and she worked to come to a solution that we were happy with. We are moving in a new direction with our sons care and we feel she is leading us thoughtfully and carefully in the right direction; yet without overstepping boundaries. She is very professional and we did not feel rushed through our visit.
There was literally no wait - we were seen by the doctor and leaving the office before our scheduled appointment time. The doctor was very thorough and provided good explanations of prescribed medications and recommended testing.
Dr. Vailseib was very curtious and concerned about my daughter.
Prompt, responsive, professional, helped with a new perspective in the department for our child. We were not upset with our previous provider, just wanted an epileptologist to see our son as his condition is evolving.
Everyone from the intake person to the doctor was very professional and courteous.
I have the UTMOST respect for Dr Vasilieb, and her NP, Dr Neft.
Actually, the provider doesn't work with my explanation friendly, I felt as she doesn't like to take care from my child or she is angry from something that I don't understand for what?
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