Kartik Sivaraaman, MD

General Neurology
Epilepsy & EEG specialist

Dr. Kartik Sivaraaman earned his medical degree from The Tamil Nadu Dr. M.G.R Medical University in India. He completed his Internship and Neurology residency at Temple University Hospital, where he has also served as the Chief Resident of Neurology. Dr. Sivaraaman completed his advanced training in Clinical Neurophysiology followed by another fellowship in Epilepsy at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital.

He was an attending physician in the Department of Neurology at Virginia Commonwealth University and Rutgers University prior to joining us. In his academic position, he served in various roles including clinical practice, medical student teaching, managing clinical trials and resident supervision. His research has been regularly featured in leading academic journals and presented in several professional meetings. Dr. Sivaraaman is vastly experienced in the treatment of epilepsy including evaluation for epilepsy surgery and vagus nerve stimulation. He is also skilled in reading long-term EEGs, critical care EEGs and intraoperative monitoring.

Dr. Sivaraaman is board certified in Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology and Epilepsy.

Electroencephalography (EEG)

Electroencephalography, or EEG, monitors the brain’s electrical activity through the skull to help diagnose epilepsy and other disorders that affect the brain’s activity. This painless, risk-free test is performed by a certified EEG technician and interpreted by a board-certified epileptologist.


Abington Neurological Associates

Dr. Sivaraaman is on the team of physicians at Abington Neurological Associates, one of the largest private neurology practices in Montgomery and Bucks County. ANA has provided high quality comprehensive neurological care to the community for over 50 years.

Aducanumab Update

While various opinions are circulating, and the benefits of this drug are unclear, ANA will continue to monitor the situation and provide updates as information becomes available.
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