Spinal Cord Injury
Traumatic Brain Injury
Although a significant part of my practice includes patients with stroke, I also like to see patients with other neurological conditions such as MS, Parkinson’s disease and seizures. I believe that every person’s situation is unique and like to listen to patients tell me their stories in their own words. My aim is always to tailor each patient’s treatment to suit the individual. I feel blessed to have become a physician and to have the opportunity to help people.
Over the years, I have given many presentations at churches, community centers, and health fairs, mostly on ways that people can reduce their risk of having a stroke. I have also been a member of a charity clinic at a community center in Fridley.
In my spare time, I like to read, travel with my family, and photograph landscapes and wildlife.
- Doctor of Medicine – University of Manitoba, 1967
- Medical Internship – Los Angeles County Hospital, 1968
- Internal Medicine Internship – University of Minnesota Hospital, 1969
- Neurology Residency – University of Minnesota, 1972
American Academy of Neurology, Fellow
Royal College of Physicians, Canada, Fellow
Royal College of Physicians, London, Fellow
American Society of Neurorehabilitation, 1992-present
Publications, Directorships, Boards, Additional Positions
Clinical Professor of Neurology – University of Minnesota Medical School, 1972-present