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.
Qualifications and experience
- Brain and Nervous System - Epilepsy, Brain and Nervous System - Migraine, Neurology
- Languages spoken
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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