Dr. Vova joined the staff at Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta in 2008, and currently serves as the Division Chief of Physiatry. He is board certified in pediatrics, physical medicine and rehabilitation, pediatric rehabilitation medicine and brain injury medicine. Dr. Vova’s main clinical focus is caring for children with disabling conditions and striving to improve their function and quality of life. He is actively involved in the cerebral palsy, spasticity, brain tumor and spina bifida multidisciplinary clinics.
Dr. Vova serves on multiple clinical and administrative committees at Children’s. He has also served as the residency director for the Emory Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Residency and the fellowship director for the Pediatric Rehabilitation Medicine Fellowship. He continues to work with Emory University and Morehouse School of Medicine where he still assists as an adjunct professor. Dr. Vova’s research interests include spasticity management, anti-NMDA antibody receptor encephalitis and technology and robotics in rehabilitation. He has also presented at numerous conferences and has published textbook chapters on caring for children with special needs.
Focus of Practice
- Cerebral Palsy
Areas of Interest
- Developmental Disabilities
- Intrathecal Baclofen Disabilities
- Limb Deficiencies
- Musculoskeletal Rehabilitation
- Neuromuscular Disease
Research & Publications
Spasticity management, anti-NMDA antibody receptor encephalitis, technology and robotics in rehabilitation