Throughout my series of pediatric neurology workshops, I have researched various aspects of pediatric neurology and the speciality’s relation to the medical field as a whole. I first dissected pediatric neurology into pediatrics and neurology to understand how those two specialities intertwined to form pediatric neurology. I then identified that pediatrics related to the healthcare of children while neurology involved treating conditions that affected the nervous system, so pediatric neurology involved treating neurological disorders in children. I also explained the pivotal role pediatric neurologists could play in a patient’s life since forming a proper relationship with their pediatric neurologist could help the patient better cope with their neurological condition. Moreover, I discussed the most recent advances and technological developments in the field of pediatric neurology, which included intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging, gene therapy, and Mueller polarimetric imaging. Similarly, I described what artificial intelligence was and how it was utilized by not only pediatric neurologists but also other medical professionals. The prevalence of artificial intelligence as robotic technology, virtual aid, and wearable technology was particularly notable in this field. Finally, I examined the numerous branches of neuroscience to determine how neurology related to neuroscience and understand the complexities of neurology and pediatric neurology.