The Center for Complex Neurology.
Specializing in disorders of nerve, muscle, autonomics and Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (EDS)
Why did I create the Center for Complex Neurology?
Over the last 24 years I have been practicing medicine I have done so in a variety of settings: on staff at a university medical center, in private practice, as part of a health care system, and even in the U.S. military (Air Force). Each system had it plusses and minuses. But all forms of medical practice have come under strain in recent years from unprecedented changes in the health care system.
At the present time the most important question I have is “What system can best permit me to care for my patients in the optimal and most effective way?” In the last few years health care has changed quite a lot. The biggest changes have involved insurance companies, with some of the largest changes including what is covered and what is not, who is in network or out of network, and what appointments or treatments require preauthorization. These logistical issues have placed ever-increasing burdens on office staff. Measures to deal with these demands have included hiring more staff, purchasing computerized health records systems, and partnering with larger health care organizations.