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Top Neurologists

Neurologists diagnose and treat nervous-system disorders such as multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, and Parkinson’s disease.

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Jonathan R. Amy, office and hospital privileges at PW.

Frank H. Anderson, office in Chevy Chase; privileges at SIB. Special interest in headaches, Parkinson's disease, dementia.

Brian H. Avin, Wheaton; HC.

Michael E. Batipps, WHC; NRH, PROV. Special interest in headaches, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease.

Pamela Y. Blake, GU. Subspecialty in neuro-ophthalmology; special interest in violent and aggressive behavior.

V. John Blazina, Chevy Chase, Downtown DC; SUB. Subspecialty in neuromuscular disease, electromyography, electroencephalography.

Preston C. Calvert, Alexandria; FRFX, JH. Subspecialty in neuro-ophthalmology.

Ruben Cintron, Reston; FOAKS, RES. Special interest in neuromuscular disease, electromyography, migraines.

Lucy Ann Civitello, CNMC, Fairfax; FRFX, NIH. Concentration in pediatrics; special interest in HIV.

John W. "Jack" Cochran, Alexandria, Fairfax; ALEX, FRFX. Subspecialty in sleep disorders; special interest in strokes.

Joan A. Conry, CNMC; GWU, HC, SG. Concentration in pediatrics; special interest in epilepsy.

Kenneth W. Eckmann, Wheaton; HC. Subspecialty in neurophysiology, electromyography.

Larry M. Einbinder, Rockville; SUB, SIB, SG, MONT, HC. Subspecialty in neurophysiology, electromyography; special interest in ADHD.

Helene A. Emsellem, Chevy Chase; GWU, SUB. Special interest in sleep disorders.

A. Jerry Friedman, SG.

Albert Peter Galdi, SG. Special interest in migraines, neuromuscular diseases.

Stuart J. Goodman, SOMD; CIV, GWU, FTW. Special interest in seizures, Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis.

David B. Grass, Fairfax; FRFX, RES. Special interest in dizziness, headaches, electromyography.

Kalpana M. Hari Hall, Downtown DC, Chevy Chase; SIB. Subspecialty in clinical neurophysiology, electromyography, electroencephalography.

Thomas M. Hyde, Chevy Chase; GWU, PIW, DOM, NIH. Special interest in movement disorders, dementia, behavioral neurology.

Rakesh Jaitly, PROV, Kensington; WHC, HC, SUB, SIB. Special interest in strokes.

David M. Katz, Bethesda; SUB. Special interest in multiple sclerosis, myasthenia gravis.

John J. Kelly Jr., GWU. Special interest in neuromuscular disease.

Robert N. Kurtzke, Fairfax, Reston; FRFX, RES. Special interest in nerves, muscles.

Neal M. Kurzrok, PROV; NRH, WHC. Subspecialty in headaches, epilepsy.

M. Elizabeth Latimer, Bethesda; GU, FRFX, SUB. Special interest in headaches, spasticity management, pediatrics.

Robert Laureno, WHC; NRH. Special interest in stroke, neuromuscular disease, metabolic disease.

Bennett L. Lavenstein, CNMC, Fairfax; GU, SG, ALEX, FRFX. Concentration in pediatrics; special interest in movement disorders, Tourette's syndrome.

Gary W. London, Rockville, Silver Spring (Leisure World); MONT, SG, HC, SIB, SUB. Special interest in headaches, electrodiagnostic medicine, Alzheimer's disease.

Norman Alan Luban, PROV, Kensington; SUB, SIB, HC.

P. Steven Macedo, Bethesda, Downtown DC; SIB. Special interest in headaches, attention disorders, head injuries.

William M. McClintock, CNMC, Fairfax; FRFX, RES, SG, HC. Special interest in headaches.

Jerold Mikszewski, VHC. Special interest in strokes, Alzheimer's disease, multiple sclerosis.

Bibhuti B. Mishra, McLean, Alexandria; FRFX, MV, ALEX.

David G. Moore, PROV; WHC, NRH. Subspecialty in neuromuscular disease.

Seth A. Morgan, PROV; WHC. Special interest in strokes.

Roger Packer, CNMC, NIH, Rockville; GWU, SG, SUB, HC. Concentration in pediatrics; special interest in neuro-oncology.

Phillip L. Pearl, CNMC, Fairfax; NIH, GU. Concentration in pediatrics; special interest in epilepsy, sleep disorders.

Jon D. Peters, Reston; RES, FOAKS.

Samuel J. Potolicchio, GWU; SIB. Special interest in sleep disorder, seizures.

Philip D. Pulaski, Downtown DC; GWU. Subspecialty in migraines; special interest in multiple sclerosis, neck and back.

Shusila R. Rajasingham, Rockville; SG, SUB. Concentration in pediatrics.

Perry K. Richardson, GWU. Special interest in headaches, pain management, neuropathy.

Faye Rosenbaum, VHC. Special interest in headaches.

Martin S. Rusinowitz, MONT, Bethesda; SUB, SG, SIB, HC. Special interest in movement disorders.

Yvette C. Sandoval, PW.

David Satinsky, Rockville; SIB, SUB, SG, MONT, HC.

Linda S. Sigmund, Fairfax; FRFX, RES. Special interest in Parkinson's disease, restless-legs syndrome.

James P. Simsarian, Fairfax; FRFX, RES.

Michael D. Sirdofsky, GU. Special interest in muscular diseases.

Roger A. Snyder, Fairfax; FRFX, DOM. Subspecialty in neuro-ophthalmology.

Amy R. Stone, Fairfax; FRFX, RES. Special interest in Botox treatment of neurologic conditions and neuromuscular disease.

David L. Taragin, Rockville, Silver Spring (Leisureworld); SIB, SUB, SG, MONT, HC. Subspecialty in neuromuscular and neuro-oncology.

Carlo Tornatore, GU. Subspecialty in multiple sclerosis.

Terry Watkin, Reston; FOAKS, RES, FRFX. Special interest in epilepsy, attention disorders, developmental disorders.

Steven L. Weinstein, CNMC, Rockville; SG, HC. Concentration in pediatrics, epilepsy.

Leslie Barnes Williams, Alexandria; ALEX.

James Yan, Rockville; SUB, SG, MONT. Subspecialty in electromyography, sleep medicine.

Lawrence E. Zarchin, Fairfax; RES, FRFX. Special interest in headaches, Alzheimer's disease, electromyography.

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