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Dr. Afridi is a pediatric neurologist with special medical interests in epilepsy, headaches in children and pregnant women, movement disorders, seizure disorders, concussions, syncope, tic disorders and developmental delays. She came to Bellingham after a one-year clinical neurophysiology fellowship at the University of Washington and Seattle Children's Hospital.
Throughout her career, Dr. Afridi has earned several research awards and has authored many abstracts and publications, but her favorite part of her work is the patients and her coworkers. If you asked her what her hobby is, she'll tell you, "Spending time with my family on the weekends."
Her practice philosophy is to treat the patient according to standard care, but also to look at the situation from the perspective of the patient's parents so that all questions and concerns are addressed. She is a tremendous resource for patients, families and primary care providers alike.