Dr Daniel Golshevsky specialises in children’s acute and chronic medical conditions, with particular interests in unsettled babies, tongue-ties, continence, constipation and toileting problems, as well as sleep & behaviour issues. Daniel practices holistic care with a family-centred approach, tailoring achievable management plans within a child's psycho-social environment. Daniel graduated in medicine at the University of Melbourne, has worked at The Royal Children’s Hospital (RCH) since 2009 and has three young children of his own. He is the former Chief Resident Medical Officer of RCH and is also a regular expert reviewer for the Raising Children Network website.
MBBS, BMSc (hons) FRACP
Royal Children's Hospital, Parkville