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Dr. Michael Soileau, MD is a movement disorder neurology specialist in Georgetown, TX and has been practicing for 4 years. He graduated from University of Texas At Houston / Medical School At Houston in 2009 and specializes in neurological movement disorders and neurology.Read his story
This content was provided by Dr. Soileau "Dr. Soileau grew up in Lumberton, TX (small town in Southeast Texas) prior to his moving to Waco, TX for college at Baylor University. It was while at Baylor that he met his wife Janiece. Following college, he moved to Houston to attend medical school at the University of Texas HSC - Houston. After completing his medical training, he moved to Ann Arbor, Michigan for his neurology training at the University of Michigan. After 4 years, he returned back to his medical school alma mater for specialized training in the medical and surgical management of movement disorders. In 2017, he started Texas Movement Disorder Specialists, PLLC where he strives to provide comprehensive, sub-specialized care to those patients with movement disorders in a compassionate, individualized manner typical of a small town doc who utilizes "big city" treatment. When not at the practice, he enjoys spending quality time with his wife Janiece (a pediatric nurse practitioner) and his two sons Mason and Jacob. He attends First Baptist Church in Belton."
This content was provided by Dr. Soileau "Dr. Michael J. Soileau started Texas Movement Disorder Specialists, PLLC in order to provide compassionate, highly sub-specialized care to those patients with various movement disorders. Those patients and families who have struggled to find someone who understands neurodegenerative diseases such as Parkinson Disease should search no more! At our practice, you can still see a doctor who spends time with you. Remember, you do not have to be in a big city to receive "big city" care!
Patients are cared for in a multi-disciplinary fashion, which is incredibly important when treating these conditions. It truly takes a family to treat these our patients and here, you will leave feeling confident in your diagnosis, encouraged that there is a way to improve quality of life, and educated about your condition. Also, family members and caregivers will receive the help and resources they need to empower them and care for their loved ones. Word of mouth is our best complement!"
Neurological Movement Disorders
1 Board Certifications
Accredited by: American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology*