Below is a list of the top and leading Neurologists in Dallas. To help you find the best Neurologists located near you in Dallas, our team at Kev’s Best put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Dallas’ Best Neurologists:
The top rated Neurologists in Dallas are:
- Dr. Richard Charles Hinton – Neurology Consultants of Dallas, PA
- Dr. Gincy Samuel – Texas Neurology
- Dr. Sadat A. Shamim – Baylor Scott & White Neurology
- Dr. Kathy A. Toler – Kathy A Toler MD
- Dr. Benjamin Greenberg – UTSouthwestern Medical Center
Neurology Consultants of Dallas, PA
Dr. Richard Charles Hinton – One of the founding partners of Neurology Consultants of Dallas, Dr. Hinton has been in practice for over 30 years. In addition to general neurology, he has a special interest in diagnosing and treating stroke patients.
When he isn’t at the NCD offices, Dr. Hinton is watching sports, playing the piano, or participating in activities with his church. He also enjoys walking his Sheltie with his wife and daughter.
Ataxias, Dementias including Alzheimer’s disease, Dystonia, Headaches/migraines, Multiple Sclerosis, Neuropathy, Parkinson’s disease, Essential Tremor & other movement disorders, Seizures/epilepsy, Strokes / Cerebrovascular Disease
“I have been a patient here for over a decade. The office staff is very polite- I’ve noticed how patient they are with the older patients who need assistance checking in or have questions with their forms. For most of the years I’ve been here, I have seen Dr. Hinton. I feel lucky to have found a doctor I want to stick with after all these years! He has a kind demeanor and is always open and honest when answering my questions.” -Claire Rebone
Dr. Gincy Samuel earned her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. She completed her neurology residency and clinical neurophysiology fellowship training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. She currently practices general neurology, with particular interest in epilepsy, EMG, peripheral nerve disease, stroke, headache and the use of botulinum toxin at Texas Neurology. She is affiliated with Baylor University Medical Center.
Diagnostic Imaging Center, Sleep Disorders Center, The Headache Institute, Multiple Sclerosis Center, Comprehensive Epilepsy Clinic, The MDA/ALS Center, Neuromuscular Sciences & Research Center, Memory Disorders Clinic, Women’s Neurology Center, Electrodiagnostic Services (EMG/NCV & EEG), Infusion Clinic, Spasticity Management
“I have been a patient of Dr. Gincy Samuel for several years. This is by far the best neurologist around who genuinely cares about their patients, seeks the best treatment for them, considers your input about your health, and always goes above and beyond the call of duty. I HIGHLY recommend her!” -Jewel Byrd
Baylor Scott & White Neurology
Dr. Sadat A. Shamim was the medical director of the inpatient neurology service at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas(BUMC) from 2009 to early 2017 which was recognized by US News and World Report. He is now the medical director of Epilepsy, the inpatient Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU) and the Neurophysiology department which is accredited by ABRET and is a member of the National Association of Epilepsy Centers (NAEC). He also helps supervise and coordinate the outpatient neurology clinics at BUMC.
He is an assistant clinical professor at Texas A&M University, is responsible for teaching students and residents, and is well published. Dr. Shamim has interests in epilepsy, stroke, and memory disorders. He sees most general neurological conditions in his outpatient clinic. He also runs the monthly Baylor Epilepsy Conference in which intractable epilepsy patients are discussed with a team of physicians and ancillary staff for both medical management and surgical interventions that including various imaging techniques, Wada evaluations, intracranial mapping, surgical resections, and neurostimulators such Responsive Neuro Stimulators and Vagal Nerve Stimulators.
Stroke, Epilepsy/Seizures, Epilepsy Monitoring Unit (EMU), Headache, Memory Disorders/Dementia, Movement Disorders, Tremors, Neuropathy, Diagnostic of Pain, Diagnostic Neurology
“I have only had one visit so far with Dr. Shaman after suffering my stroke and first impressions for me with his care and excellent bedside manner has won me over. I am happy to have him as my neurologist so far.” -Pamela Odom
Kathy A Toler MD
Dr. Kathy A. Toler – Born and bred in the U.S., Dr. Toler pursued her advanced training here in Dallas at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. In addition to residency training in neurology, Dr. Toler completed a fellowship in clinical neurophysiology. There, she gained knowledge and skill — in EEG testing, EMG/NCV testing, intraoperative monitoring and diagnosing and treating epilepsy — that many neurologists don’t possess. Dr. Toler has been board-certified in neurology since 1993.
Fainting, dizziness or loss of consciousness (syncope), Epilepsy & seizure disorders, Inflammation or swelling of the brain (encephalitis), Memory problems, Stroke, Head injury, Headaches & migraines, Brain tumors & lesions, Difficulty thinking normally or concentrating, Erratic behavior or “not acting right”
“Doctor is very knowledgeable and personable. Highly recommended!” -P.L.
UTSouthwestern Medical Center
Dr. Benjamin Greenberg is an Associate Professor and the Cain Denius Scholar in Mobility Disorders in the Department of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics at UT Southwestern Medical Center. He also has an appointment in the Department of Pediatrics.
Dr. Greenberg is an internationally recognized expert in treating rare autoimmune disorders of the central nervous system.
He currently serves as the Vice Chair of Translational Research and Strategic Initiatives for the Department of Neurology and Neurotherapeutics. He is also the interim Director of the Multiple Sclerosis Center and the Director of the Neurosciences Clinical Research Center. In addition, he serves as Director of the Transverse Myelitis and Neuromyelitis Optica Program and the Pediatric Demyelinating Disease Program at Children’s Medical Center – which he established as one of only two U.S. programs of its kind.
Neurology, Autoimmune Neurology, treating demyelinating diseases and nervous system infections
“Dr. Greenberg talked with us about an hour, an incredible amount of time with a patient. He asked questions and was kind and patient as I gave long answers sometimes. He scheduled new images and we have another appointment in a couple weeks. He was very kind and professional. I appreciate all the time he allowed for my appointment.” -Nancy Carlson