Neurology is by nature a scary field to see. The brain, after all, makes us who we are. But neurology is also a field where pioneering advances are relatively common and treatments are improving all the time. As a general neurologist, I might be the first doctor you have been referred to for what feels like a confusing condition. I try my best to be both professional and personable, to reduce the anxiety of seeing a doctor in this field and to explain what is going on. I want you to feel after you see me that you understand more what is happening – that you’ve seen a trusted colleague who wants to help.

I am from Flagstaff, Arizona and went to college here at the University of Denver, but did most of my training in the Midwest – the Medical College of Wisconsin for medical school, Rush University Medical Center in Chicago for internship and residency, and Loyola University Medical Center outside Chicago for fellowship. I have worked in Chicago and Phoenix before settling here in Denver with my wife and children. In my spare time I love to hike and bike, read, and I also love theater and photography.

Locations

Qualifications and experience

Specialties
Brain and Nervous System - Epilepsy, Brain and Nervous System - Migraine, Neurology
Gender
Male
Languages spoken
English
Education
Medical Degree
Medical College of Wisconsin (2000)

Board Certification
Certification Agency Specialty Year
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology Neurology 2005
Clinical interest for patients

All types of general neurology, though I particularly like working with migraine and epilepsy.

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