I specialize in neurology, with a practice serving Western Massachusetts. I see and treat all neurological diseases and have a special neurological interest in Alzheimer's disease, headaches and diseases of the nerve or muscle. I have a wonderful staff, who help me to provide patients with high quality, compassionate care that we mold to be timely and effective. We try and spend a great deal of time making sure patients understand their problems, and the various treatment options available to them.
I received my MD and served my residency in Neurology and my fellowship in neurophysiology at the University of Rochester Medical Center in upstate New York. I have a Bachelor's degree in Physics, a Master's in Geophysics, and a PhD in Cognitive Psychology from Brown University. I live with my wife Kate and our golden retriever in Amherst, MA where we raised our two daughters. I spend my free time biking, kayaking, cross country and downhill skiing, and visiting my daughters who have moved out but continue to live close by in New England. New England is a great place to live and practice, and we especially love western Mass.