Board certified UCLA fellowship trained neurologist in full time practice since 1998, on staff at the Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary, Massachusetts General Hospital, and Brigham and Women's Hospital. One of less than 40 fellowship trained, practicing otoneurologists in the U.S. (an otoneurologist is a neurologist who focuses on the causes and treatment of dizziness; vestibular disorders, gait and balance disorders and falls). Instructor at Harvard Medical School. Speaker in 2015, 2016 and 2017 at the Harvard Neurology Annual Update CME course. Award winning Neurology Residency Program Director and Neurology Medical Student clerkship/training director. Co-author of the book "Dizziness. Why You Feel Dizzy and What Will Help You Feel Better" (Johns Hopkins University Press). Contributor to books for neurologists and otolaryngologists, including a best-selling handbook used by neurology trainees. Previous medical director of a dementia clinic. Expert witness since 2006 experienced with writing narrative reports, depositions and court testimony, and experience since 2012 with disability file reviews, having forensically reviewed over 100 sets of medical records. Able to opine on all aspects of Neurology with added specialty expertise as above.
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