For more than 20 years, we have demonstrated a commitment to delivering exceptional diagnostic services and patient care through our team of dedicated providers and staff. Our doctors work closely with referring physicians to diagnose and treat disorders of the nervous system including diseases of the brain, nerves, muscles and spinal cord. They are experts in all areas of neurological treatment and care including Muscular Dystrophy, ALS or Lou Gehrig's Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer's and, Parkinson's Disease, Huntington's Disease, Cerebrovascular Disease, Seizure Disorders and Stroke Symptoms. In addition, we provide long-term care to patients with chronic neurological disorders.
Every year, the physicians and staff at Texas Neurology take a proactive role in helping develop new medicines and cures through ongoing research programs conducted at our MDA/ALS Center, Comprehensive Epilepsy Clinic, Headache Institute, Multiple Sclerosis Center, Sleep Disorders Center, and Diagnostic Imaging Center.
At the same time, we strive to personalize the experience for every patient. We know the anxiety patients and their families face when dealing with unknown medical symptoms and medical issues. It can be a very stressful period, but the physicians and staff at Texas Neurology are committed to providing the best care possible and that includes treating each patient with dignity, respect and compassion.
We welcome you to our family and applaud your commitment to a healthier life.
News & Announcements
Texas Neurology Doctors Chosen Among the Best in Dallas-Forth Worth
In its October 2013 issue, D Magazine published the results of a survey conducted among 8,835 pediatric specialists, family medicine doctors, and gynecologists/obstetricians who were invited to cast their votes for the Best Doctors in Dallas. In the confidential poll, doctors were asked to name three physicians they would send their parents or loved ones to in 43 specialties.
Only those with a valid Texas medical license were eligible. An outside marketing firm tallied the results, and a panel of esteemed local physicians and D staff reviewed the list prior to publication. The list was designed with the patient in mind; therefore, under the guidance of the panel, the list did not include specialties in which the patient has little or no say, such as anesthesiology or pathology. They also excluded pediatrics which is vast enough to warrant its own special feature.
Texas Neurology is pleased
to announce the addition of
Maria Philip, M.D.
Dr. Philip earned her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. She completed her Neurology residency at New York University and Neurophysiology fellowship training at Albert Einstein University in New York. She currently practices general neurology, with particular interest in neuromuscular disease including peripheral nerve disorders, muscle disease and neuromuscular junction disorders.