Treatment for Neurological Disorders


Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center’s General Neurology practice offers treatment for a wide range of neurological disorders. Our skilled neurologists are actively involved in the teaching and training of our residents and students, meaning you may interact with them either directly or indirectly as part of your visit.

What To Expect From Your Visit

During your first appointment with a general neurologist, you’ll undergo both a physical and neurological exam. Depending on what they find, you may also be referred for additional testing including imaging tests, nerve conduction studies, blood work, and more. Following the results of your initial visit, you’ll either continue being seen by a general neurologist or be referred to one of our specialty clinics.

Areas of Focus

Some of our providers have specialized areas of interest including:

Meet the Team

Aimee K. Boegle, MD

Neurology

Marc Bouffard

Marc A. Bouffard, MD

Neuro-Ophthalmology

Jennifer Dearborn-Tomazos, MD, MPH

Jennifer Dearborn-Tomazos, MD, MPH

Comprehensive Stroke Center

Francis W. Drislane, MD

Neurology

Samuel A. Frank, MD

Samuel A. Frank, MD

Neurology

Patricia E. Greenstein, MD

Neurology

 Alexandra Hovaguimian, MD

Alexandra Hovaguimian, MD

Neurology

Sandeep Kumar, MD

Neurology

Simon Laganiere

Simon Laganiere, MD

Movement Disorders, Cognitive Neurology

Vasileios-Arsenios Lioutas, MD

Attending Physician, Comprehensive Stroke Center

Monica A. Makhija, MD

Neurology; Sleep Medicine

Courtney E. McIlduff

Neurology

Clifford Saper, MD, PhD

Clifford Saper, MD, PhD

Former Chair, Neurology

Volney L. Sheen, MD

Neurology

Nurhan Torun

Nurhan Torun, MD

Neuro-Ophthalmology

Veronique Vanderhorst, MD, PhD

Veronica Vanderhorst, MD, PhD

Director, Atypical Parkinsonism Program; Neurology