Board Certified Neurologist
Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurosciences, Brown University
Fellowship in Neurophysiology & Neurology Residency, Brown University
University of New England College of Osteopathic Medicine
Nerve Disease and Neuropathy
Memory Problems and Dementia
Syncope, Fainting and Epilepsy
Migraine, Trigeminal Neuralgia
Concussion & Traumatic Brain Injury
Multiple Sclerosis and Abnormal MRIs
Tinnitus & Vertigo
Tics & Dystonia
Neck and Back Pain
Tremor, Imbalance and Parkinsonism
EMG is a test used to determine if a patient has a nerve or muscle problem, or has spinal cord condition
EEG is a brain wave test and used to determine if a patient has seizures.
Botox and newly FDA-approved medications are effective treatments for migraine. Learn more...
Questions we are asked frequently by patients who are coming to see a neurologist for the first time
What is a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine or a DO?
A specialized multidisciplinary program to treat concussion injury and post-concussion syndrome.
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5750 Post Road, East Greenwich, Rhode Island 02818, United States
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