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Dr Shukla was born in India, came to USA in 1983, did Internal Medicine Inernship at Waltham , MA and Brigham and women" s hospital Boston MA, after which he did Neurology residency at University of Vermont, then MDA supported Fellowship in Neuromuscular diseases and EMG under guidance of Professor Walter Bradley, after which he accepted Assistant Professor if Neurology at Texas Tech University Lubbock in 1989. Later on, Dr Shukla vecamw Chief of Neurology at Macgregir Medical Association between 1993-2000 . In year 2000, Dr Shukla started Neurology private practice in Fort bend county at Sugar Land and Richmond , Texas. Dr Shukla is board certified in Adult Neurology Vascular Neurology Sleep Medicine Dr Shukla pioneered and established Joint commision accredited Stroke centers at two reputable hospitals Oakbend Medical center Methodist Hospital Sugar Land Dr Shukla served as President of Fort Bend Medical Society 2011 Chief of staff Oakbend hospital 2009 Physician of the year 2010 Awarded Fellow status American Academy of Neurology 2016
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Over last 25 years plus, Dr Shukla has treated thousands of patients with caring attitude, compassion, respect, and prompt attention. We strive to provide state of art and up to date treatment plans to suit patient"s individual needs.We listen to the patients and learn from them. Our patient" s dignity and comfort is our topmost priority. Dr Shukla firmly believes in team work and make patient and family members part of the team to determine diagnostic studies and treatment plan tailor made for individual patient, while keeping firm belief in God and power of prayers which has tremendour contribution to patient" s well being.