Mohsen M. Hamza, M.D. - Neurology & Sleep Center

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Mohsen Hamza, M.D. is a prominent clinical neurologist specializing in adult as well as child neurology. Having been in practice since 1988, Dr. Hamza's West Los Angeles office offers a State-of-the Art Neuro-diagnostic laboratory, which is equipped to provide EEG, Evoked Potentials, EMG, Nerve Conduction Studies, Doppler Vascular studies and offers neurological care for industrial and personal injuries.

Dr. Hamza attended Mansourah University in Egypt, where he obtained his undergraduate and medical doctorate degrees. He completed his internship and residency at Louisiana State University, followed by a fellowship in Neurology at the University of Oklahoma. Dr. Hamza is Diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.

In 1988, Dr. Hamza was appointed as Assistant Professor of Neurology at Charles Drew Medical School and UCLA, Santa Monica - UCLA, St Vincent's Medical Center, Olive View - UCLA, and St. John's Health Center, Santa Monica. He attended Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, UCLA Medical Center-Westwood.  He is American Board Certified by American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology.

Dr. Hamza was designated by the California Board of Industrial Medicine as a Qualified Medical Examiner.

Dr. Hamza has written several publications and has presented many lectures to regional and national scientific groups. He has been a member of the American Academy of Neurology, American Child Neurological Society and the Association of California Neurologist..

He is a member of the Clinical Electromedical Research Academy, American Headache Society, American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, American Academy of Neurophysiology,  American Academy of Sleep Medicine & American Academy of Pain Management.

Mohsen M. Hamza, M.D. - Curriculum Vitae

Summary of Qualifications:

  • More than 22 years experience in neurology, with experience in academic and private practice, and as a member of the staffs of several major health care institutions.
  • Specializing in Neurological Diseases and Disorders (Private Practice)
    at 11600 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 420, West Los Angeles, CA 90025 USA.
    From 1990 to Present
  • Academic posts from 07/1988 until present in Neurology.
  • Diplomate, American Board of Neurology with special qualification in Child Neurology.
  • Diplomate, American Board of Pediatrics 1993-2000
  • Background includes Professorship at the University level in Neurology & Pediatric Neurology at Charles Drew Medical School and Olive View in Los Angeles, California and in several major Health Care Institutes.
  • An accomplished and experienced lecturer with excellent written and verbal communication skills; easily conveys complex concepts to people of all backgrounds.

Education:

  • Mansourah School of Medicine; Mansourah University, Mansourah Egypt
    MD Degree: December 1978.
  • Mansourah School of Medicine; Mansourah University, Mansourah Egypt
    Pre-Med Degree: October 1973.

Graduate Training:

  • 7/86 - 6/88:  University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Oklahoma City, OK.
    Fellowship - Neurology Adults and Children; University Health Sciences Center
  • 7/85 - 6/86:  University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center; Oklahoma City, OK.
    Residency - Neurology
  • 7/84 - 6/85:  Louisiana State University Medical Center; Lafayette, LA
    Residency - Pediatrics.
  • 7/83 - 6/84:  Louisiana State University Medical Center; Lafayette, LA
    Internship - Pediatrics.
  • 7/81 -6/83:   King Drew Medical Center; Los Angeles, CA
    Trainee - Neurological Surgery & Epilepsy Center.
  • 9/80 - 12/80: Louisiana State University Graduate School, Baton Rouge, LA
  • 4/80 - 9/80:  Ministry of Health, Egypt
    Physician
  • 3/79 - 3/80: Mansourah University Hospital; Mansourah, Egypt.
    Internship - Flexible

Lectures & Publications:

  • Benign Subdural Collection - A Case of Macrocrania in Infancy Presented to American Academy of Neurology Meeting - April 1987
  • Infantile Botulism, "Southern Medical Journal" August 1988.
  • Benign Extracerebral Fluid Collection - A Cause of Macrocrania in Infancy "Pediatric Neurology." Volume 3, Number 4.
  • Parainflammatory Leukoencephalomyelitis -Clinical and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings, "Journal of Child Neurology." Volume 3, July 1988.
  • Macrocistema Magna -A Marker for Maldevelopment of the Brain "Pediatric Neurology." Volume 4, Number 5.
  • Convulsive Status Epilepticus in an Urban Pediatric Population (LQs Angeles).
  • Status Epilepticus Associated with Shigellosis.
  • Convulsive Status Epilepticus in an Urban Adult Population (Los Angeles).
  • Allopurinal Treatment for Status Epilepticus.

Lectures:

  • Cerebral Vascular Accidents in Young Adults and Children.
  • MPTP-Induced Parkinsonism
  • CNS Manifestation of Whipple's Disease.
  • Spinal Cord Syndromes in Children
  • Arteriovenous Malfonnation of Spinal Cord.
  • Paroxysmal Disorders -A CNS Perspective.
  • Olivo-Ponto-Cerebellar Atrophy -A Case Report.
  • Syringomyelia.
  • Herpes Simplex Encephalitis Pathophysiology, Clinical Manifestations and Management.
  • Hydrocephalus Pathophysiology, Clinical Manifestations and Management.
  • CNS Manifestations and Management of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
  • Hypothalmic Tumors.
  • Disorders of Carbohydrate Metabolism - A CNS Prospective
  • Glycogen Storage Diseases - A Central Nervous System Prospective.
  • Peroxisomal Disorders.
11600 Wilshire Blvd, Ste. 420, West Los Angeles, CA 90025

Hospital Affiliations:

  • Olive View Medical Center - UCLA, Los Angeles, CA
    .
  • King Drew Medical Center; Los Angeles, CA
    .
  • Queen of Angels
    Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center
    Los Angeles, CA
    .
  • Saint Vincent's Medical Center
    Los Angeles, CA
    .
  • Santa Monica - UCLA Medical Center

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What does a neurologist treat?
Neurologists treat disorders of the nervous system, brain, spinal cord, nerves, muscles and pain.

Common neurological disorders include:

  • Stroke
  • Alzheimer's disease
  • Headache
  • Epilepsy
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Sleep disorders
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Pain
  • Movement disorders
  • Brain and spinal cord injuries
  • Brain tumors
  • Peripheral nerve disorders
  • Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
  • Learning and attention problems
  • Cerebral palsy

Academic Posts:

  • 7/88 – 07/2003 Charles Drew School of Medicine & Science; Los Angeles, CA.
  • 7/89 - 6/92 UCLA School of Medicine;  Los Angeles, CA.
  • 1997 - Present Mansourah School of Medicine, Egypt
     Adjunct Professor of Neurology and Pediatrics 
  • 7/2003 – Present Olive View / UCLA; Los Angeles, CA 

    Attending in Neurology and Pediatric Neurology
  • 7/88 – 07/2003 Charles Drew School of Medicine & Science; Los Angeles, CA.
  • 7/2003 – Present  Olive View / UCLA; Los Angeles, CA

*** Duties include but not limited to:

  • Direct Patient Care inpatient and outpatient capacity including patients with paroxysmal disorders including epilepsy and sleep disorders, stroke and vascular disorders, movement and balance disorders, neuromuscular disorders, spinal cord disorders, neurological oncology, genetic metabolic and neurocutaneous disorders, neurobehavioral disorders, CNS infections, neuroendocrine and autonomic CNS disorders, pediatric neuro-rehabilitation as well as neonatal neurology.
  • Neurodiagnostic Laboratory that includes EMG, NCV, EEG, Evoked Potential Performance, Sleep studies, Supervision and interpretation.
  • Teaching Neurology / Pediatrics Neurology to students, interns Residence and Fellows.
  • Lecturing in Neurology/Child Neurology

Hospital Affiliations:

Attended:

  • Cedars Sinai Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • Hollywood Presbyterian Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA
  • St. John Medical Center, Santa Monica, CA
  • Santa Monica UCLA Medical Center, Santa Monica, CA
  • St. Vincent Medical Center, Los Angeles, CA

Medical Licensure:

  • California, March 1987 – Current

Board Certifications:

  • 1993-2000 American Board of Pediatrics
  • 2000- present American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology with Special Qualifications in Child Neurology

Fellowships:

  • Fellow of American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Fellow of Society for Clinical Pediatrics

Society Memberships:

  • Association of California Neurologists
  • American Academy of Clinical Neurophysiology
  • American Academy of Pain Management
  • American Headache Society
  • American Academy of Sleep Medicine
  • American Academy of Neurology
  • American Child Neurology Society
  • American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine
  • Clinical Electromedical Research Academy, U.S.A
  • European Federation of Neurological Societies

Lectures & Publications:

  1. Benign Subdural Collection - A Case of Macrocrania in Infancy
     Presented to American Academy of Neurology Meeting - April 1987.
  2. Infantile Botulism, “Southern Medical Journal”  August 1988.
  3. Benign Extracerebral Fluid Collection - A Cause of Macrocrania in Infancy
    “Pediatric Neurology”  Volume 3, Number 4.
  4. Parainflammatory Leukoencephalomyelitis - Clinical and Magnetic Resonance Imaging Findings, “Journal of Child Neurology”  Volume 3,   July 1988.
  5. Macrocisterna Magna - A Marker for Maldevelopment of the Brain
    “Pediatric Neurology”  Volume 4, Number 5.
  6. Convulsive Status Epilepticus in an Urban Pediatric Population (Los Angeles).
  7. Status Epilepticus Associated with Shigellosis.
  8. Convulsive Status Epilepticus in an Urban Adult Population (Los Angeles).
  9. Allopurinal Treatment for Status Epilepticus.

Lectures:

  1. Cerebral Vascular Accidents in Young Adults and Children.
  2. MPTP-Induced Parkinsonism.
  3. CNS Manifestation of Whipple’s Disease.
  4. Spinal Cord Syndromes in Children.
  5. Arteriovenous Malformation of Spinal Cord.
  6. Paroxysmal Disorders - A CNS Perspective.
  7. Olivo-Ponto-Cerebellar Atrophy - A Case Report.
  8. Syringomyelia.
  9. Herpes Simplex Encephalitis Pathophysiology, Clinical Manifestations and Management.
  10. Hydrocephalus Pathophysiology, Clinical Manifestations and Management
  11. CNS Manifestations and Management of Rocky Mountain Spotted Fever.
  12. Hypothalmic Tumors.
  13. Disorders of Carbohydrate Metabolism - A CNS Prospective
  14. Glycogen Storage Diseases - A Central Nervous System Prospective.
  15. Peroxisomal Disorders.

Continuing Medical Education:

  • 01/28/2012 Symposium on Neurovascular Disease 2012, conducted in Santa Monica, California and approved by Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (7 hrs)
  • 09/24/2011 Current Solutions and Future Directions in the Rehabilitation and Management of Spinal Disorders, conducted in Los Angeles, California and approved by Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (6.5 hrs)
  • 06/10/2011 UCLA Neural Interfaces for Therapeutic Interventions, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (10.75 hrs)
  • 04/09/2011 Pediatric Opthalmology for Pediatricians, conducted by The Research Study Club (RSC) of Los Angeles in Beverly Hills, California (2 hrs)
  • 02/09 – 02/11/2011 International Stroke Conference 2011, conducted in Los Angeles, by American Heart Association (20.25 hrs)
  • 04/14 - 04/17/2010 The American Academy of Neurology 63rd Annual Meeting, Educational activities included: Emergency Neurology (3.5 hrs); Case Studies: Sleep Medicine (3 hrs); Clinical EMG II (3.5 hrs); Neuro Flash: Child Neurology (2 hrs); Clinical EMG I (3.5 hrs); Neuro-otology (3.5 hrs) Total of 19hrs.
  • 04/02 - 04/03/2010 UCLA Neural Interfaces for Therapeutic Interventions, conducted in Los Angeles by The Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (10.00 hrs)
  • 01/09/2010 Symposium on Neurovascular Disease 2010, conducted in Santa Monica, CA and approved by Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (6 hrs)
  • 10/27/2009 Botox® Injection Training with Cervical Dystonia Patients, approved by Allergan Neurosciences Cervical Dystonia Injection Centers
  • 09/12/2009 Targeting Optimal Outcomes in the Cardiovascular/Cerebrovascular Patient, conducted by Medical Education Resources, Inc. in Santa Monica, CA (3.5 hrs)
  • 05/30/2009 UCLA Brain Attack! 09, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (6.25 hrs)
  • 04/30 - 05/02/2009 The American Academy of Neurology 62nd Annual Meeting, Educational activities included: Neuromuscular Therapy (2 hrs); Spine Neuroimaging: Clinical-Radiologic Correlation (3.5 hrs); Multiple Sclerosis Therapy (2 hrs); Neurology Update II (6.5 hrs); Hot Topics in Neuro-Ophthalmology: Optical Coherence (1.5 hrs); Emergency Neurology (3.5 hrs) Total of 19 hrs.
  • 03/24/2009 Aiming for the Target: An Individual Goal-Oriented Approach to the Treatment of Type 2 Diabetes, approved by The Texas Academy of Family Physicians (2 hrs)
  • 02/14 – 02/15/2009 Advances in Neurology and Neurosurgery, conducted in Marina Del Rey, CA and approved by Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (12.25 hrs)
  • 02/22 – 02/23/2009  ICU of the Future, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (15.00 hrs)
  • 12/09/2008  Getting the Jump on Type 2 Diabetes: The Pivotal Roles of Eraly Diagnosis and Individualized Management, approved by The Texas Academy of Family Physicians (1.0 hrs)
  • 12/04/2008 Therapeutic Advances in Somatostatin Analogs for the Management of Patients With Acromegaly or Neuroendocrine Tumors, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by Medical Education Resources (1.5 hrs)
  • 11/01/2008 Case and Conversations: A Fibromyalgia Workshop conducted in Los Angeles, CA, approved by The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (3.0 hrs)
  • 10/25/2008 Optimizing Cardiovascular & Cerebrovascular Prevention – ABI Workshop, conducted in Santa Monica, CA and approved by Medical Education Resources, Inc. (.5 hrs)
  • 10/25/2008 Optimizing Cardiovascular & Cerebrovascular Prevention, conducted in Santa Monica, CA and approved by Medical Education Resources, Inc. (3.5 hrs)
  • 10/10 - 10/11/2008  Pri-Med Updates, conducted in Long Beach, CA and approved by Pri-Med Institute (13.5 hrs)
  • 06/12/2008 Challenges in the Management of Parkinson’s Disease: Current Options and Emerging Strategies, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by Network for Continuing Medical Education (2 hrs)
  • 05/17/2008 Clinical Update Symposia: Navigating Chronic Migraine, conducted in Manhattan Beach, CA and approved by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (3.5 hrs)
  • 02/23/2008 Advances in Sleep Medicine: Practical Approaches in Primary Care, conducted in Santa Monica, CA and approved by The David Geffen School of Medicine (3.5 hrs)
  • 02/16/2008 – 02/17/2008 Medical and Surgical Advances in Neurology and Neurosurgery 2008, conducted in Marina Del Rey, CA and approved by Cedars-Sinai Medical Center (13.25 hrs)
  • 02/02/2008 Individualizing Analgesic Regimens: Strategies to Reduce Abuse and Diversion, conducted in Huntington Beach, CA and approved by Veritas Institute (6 hrs)
  • 01/24/2008 – 01/252008 ICU of the Future, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (10 hrs)
  • 11/17/2007 Optimizing Management of Neurological Disorders, conducted in Santa Monica, CA, and approved by The David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA (6.5 hrs)
  • 10/26/2007 – 10/27/2007 The Annual American Conference on Pain Medicine, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The John Hopkins University School of Medicine (10.75 hrs)
  • 10/26/2007 Updates in Neurology, conducted in Pasadena, CA and approved by Pri-Med Institute (9.25 hrs)10/19/2007 Depression Management in the Primary Care Setting, conducted in West Los Angeles and approved by Trinity Healthforce Learning (2 hrs)
  • 10/13/2007 Diabetes, Insulin and Nutritional Strategies: Optimizing Insulin Therapy in Asians and Pacific Islanders, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The Joslin Diabetes Center (3.25 hrs)
  • 05/3/2007 - 05/5/2007  The American Academy of Neurology, 59th Annual Meeting. Educational activities included: Diagnosis, Medical and Surgical Treatment of Common Spine Conditions (3.5 hrs); Stroke Therapy (2.0 hrs); Update in Neurology II (6.5 hrs); Update in Neuroimaging: Essentials and Beyond - Part II (3.5 hrs) and Dementia Evaluation in the Office (1.5 hrs) Total of 17hrs.
  • 03/31/2007  MRI Evidence of Neuroprotection in Multiple Sclerosis: Can Imaging Techniques Measure Remyelination & Regeneration?, conducted by University at Buffalo School of Medicine & Biomedical Sciences (4 hrs)
  • 03/24/2007 Comprehensive Review of Epilepsy Management: Regional Symposium 2007, conducted by The American Epilepsy Society (5.75 hrs)
  • 03/17/2007 The Psychiatric Congress Regional Extension, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by ACCME for (7.5 hrs)
  • 03/10/2007 Impact – 2007, conducted in Los Angeles, CA by Rush University Medical Center (8 hrs)
  • 02/28/2007 Clinical Neuroscience Grand Rounds, conducted by Department of Neurology UCLA (1 hr)
  • 01/22 -01/26/2001, Clinical Education Program (Phase II): Neurosurgery, conducted in San Diego, CA and approved by Physician Assessment and Clinical Education Program (PACE) (40 hrs)
  • 12/09/2006 Long Term Care Minifellowship: Behavioral and Neurological Disturbances in Older Patients, conducted in Los Angeles, and approved by ABComm, Inc. (5.5 hrs) 
  • 11/11/2006 Case-Based Approach to Managing Pain, conducted in Long Beach, CA and approved by Thomson Professional Postgraduate Services (4.5 hrs)
  • 10/18/2006 Ethnicity, Diabetes and Cardiovascular Disease: The Basics for Clinical Practice, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The Joslin Diabetes Center (2.0 hrs)
  • 10/11/2006 ELVIS: Hands-On Botulinum Neurotoxin Workshop, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The University of Kentucky College of Medicine (3.00 hrs)
  • 09/14/2006 Diabetes, Gastrointestinal, Hormones, and Incretins: Clinical Implications, conducted in Beverly Hills, CA and approved by The Joslin Diabetes Center (2 hrs)
  • 07/15/2006 - 07/20/2006 10th International Conference on Alzheimer's Disease, conducted in Madrid, Spain and approved by Jefferson Medical College of Thomas Jefferson University (31.75 hrs)
  • 05/20/2006 A Multidisciplinary Spine Symposium: Contemporary and Emerging Approaches to Degenerative Disease of the Spine and Spinal Cord Injury, conducted at The Beckman Center of the National Academy of Sciences, UC Irvine, CA and approved by The University of California, Irvine School of Medicine (6.25 hrs).
  • 05/11 - 05/12/2006  Pri-Med Updates Pasadena 2006, conducted in Pasadena, CA and approved by Pri-Med Institute (15 hrs)
  • 05/6/2006  On the Edge of Innovation – The Future of Medicine Physician Symposium, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by St. Vincent Medical Center (4 hrs).
  • 04/22/2006 Headache, Myofascial Pain and Cervical Dystonia: Diagnosis and Treatment with Botulinum Toxin, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by University of South Florida College of Medicine (7.5hrs)
  • 04/19/2006 Botulinum Toxin Type A: Headache Update 2006, conducted in Santa Monica, CA and approved by University of Michigan Medical School (1.5 hrs)
  • 04/08/2006 Annual Meeting 2006 Scientific Sessions. Approved by The American Academy of Neurology (2 hrs)
  • 04/01/06 - 04/03/06   The American Academy of Neurology, 58th Annual Meeting. Educational activities included: Practice Survival for Neurologists (2.0 hrs); Using AAN Guidelines and Best Current Evidence in Daily Practice: Parkinson’s Disease (3.5 hrs); Neurology of Sleep (3.5 hrs); Clinical EMG I (3.5 hrs) and Clinical EMG II (3.5 hrs) Total of 16hrs.
  • 03/30/2006 MEASURE Dinner Meeting: Modeling Effective Antipsychotic Therapeutic Success by Utilizing Real Evidence, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The France Foundation (1.5 hrs)
  • 03/23/2006 Incretin Replacement Therapy: A New Treatment Tool for Type 2 Diabetes, conducted in Beverly Hills, CA and approved by The Joslin Diabetes Center (2 hrs).
  • 03/11/2006 Making Data-Driven Decisions at Various Stages of MS Care, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (3.25 hrs)
  • 03/09/2006 Comprehensive Mental Health Approaches, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by Massachusetts General Hospital Psychiatry Academy (6.0 hrs)
  • 02/22/2006 Mechanisms of Chronic Pain: Applied Theory for Improved Outcomes, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (2 hrs)
  • 02/08/2006 The Myths and Realities of Neutralizing Antibodies, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (1.5 hrs)
  • 11/05/2005 Advances in Neurological Therapies, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by California Association of Long Term Care Medicine (4 hrs)
  • 09/22/2005 Practice with the Experts: Strategies for Pain Management with Botulinum Neurotoxin Therapy, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (3 hrs)
  • 09/17/2005 Breath Work Play – Advancing Asthma Care in the Community, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by National Jewish Medical and Research Center (3.0 hrs)
  • 06/14/2005 Update on the Management of Respiratory Tract Infections, presented by Victor B. Hatcher and approved by Albert Einstein College of Medicine (1hr)
  • 04/09/05 - 04/16/05   The American Academy of Neurology, 57th Annual Meeting. Educational activities included: EMG Skills Workshop – Advanced (7.5 hrs); Neuro-otology; Motor Potential Monitoring of the Spine; The interface of Sleep and Neurological Disorders; Using AAN Guidelines and Best Current Evidence in Daily Practice; Multiple Sclerosis and Related Disorders: A Case-Based Approach; Spine Neuroimaging: Clinical-Radiologic Correlation; Child Neurology; Update in Neurology I. (40 hrs)
  • 04/02/2005  Botulinum Neurotoxin and Muscle Overactivity, presented by Deborah Sutherland, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by University of South Florida (1 hr)
  • 04/01/2005   Critical Diagnostic and Decisions Affecting Patient Outcome Module II: Anxiety, presented by Sanjiv Chopra M.B., B.S. and approved by Harvard Medical School (4 hrs)
  • 02/07/2005  The Neurophysiologic Pathways and Pharmacological Targets of Sleep and Wakefulness, conducted in Beverly Hills, CA and approved by Health Science Center  (1.5 hrs)
  • 11/20/2004   The Neurology Ambassador Program, presented by J.N. Wherter M.D. and approved by American Headache Society Founded in 1959 (7 hrs)
  • 10/13/2004   The Evolution of Type 2 Diabetes: A Staged Approach to Reducing Macrovascular Risk, presented by Richard S. Beaser, MD and approved by The Joslin Diabetes Center (2 hrs)
  • 09/21/2004   Third Annual Dementia Congress, presented by Deborah Correnti, RN, MS and approved by The Academy for Healthcare Education (16.5 hrs)
  • 09/18/2004   Maximizing Outcomes in the Management of Anxiety: What Psychiatrists Need to Know, presented by Marsha Meyer, RPH and approved by CME, LLC (4 hrs)
  • 09/10 – 09/12/2004 Third Annual Dementia Congress, conducted in Los Angeles, CA and approved by The Academy for Healthcare Education (16.5 hrs)
  • 07/31/2004   An Unmet Clinical Need: Effectively Managing Bipolar Depression, presented by Marsha Meyers, RPH and approved by Continuing Medical Education Inc. (4 hrs)
  • 07/15/2004   The Daily Special: Discussions on Movement Disorders, presented by Jeanne Cornish, R.Ph. and approved by Intellyst Medical Communications (2 hrs)
  • 07/10/2004   Understanding the New Model: Chronic Pain as a Part of Depression and Migraine, presented by Michael A. Crouch, M.D. and approved by Medical World Conferences (4 hrs)
  • 06/30/2004   QME Home Study Course # 4, approved by O’Briens Employer Services Company (6hrs)
  • 06/30/2004   QME Home Study Course # 5, approved by O’Briens Employer Services Company (6hrs)
  • 06/26/2004   Clinical Update: Botulinum Toxin Type A in the Treatment of Back Pain and Muscle Spasm, presented by Deborah Sutherland, Ph.D. and approved by University of South Florida (6.5hrs)
  • 06/16/2004   Advances in the Management of Erectile Dysfunction: Clinical Issues and Challenging Cases, approved by Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower (1.5 hrs)
  • 06/14/2004   Diagnosing and Treating Pediatric Acid Related Disorders, presented by Alon P. Winnie, M.D. and approved by Dannemiller Memorial Education Foundation (1 hr)
  • 05/31/2004 MS Treatment Algorithms: A Consensus of Expert Recommendations, conducted by The Health Science Center for Continuing Medical Education (1.5 hrs)
  • 05/18/2004   Methodologies for Experts in Neurotoxin Therapy: Outreach, Resources, and Support, presented by Susan Goldberg and approved by Neurotoxin Institute (1 hr)
  • 05/13/2004   Botulinum Neurotoxin for Today’s Neurologist: Evidence, Experience, and Administration, presented by Stephen D. Silberstein, M.D. and approved by The Institute for Medical Studies (1 hr)
  • 4/24/04 - 5/1/04   The American Academy of Neurology, 56th Annual Meeting. Educational activities included: Improving Lecture Skills, Spine Surgery, EMG Skills Workshop – Basic, New MRI and CT Techniques for Imaging Brain Ischemia, Therapy of Pediatric Genetic Neurological Disorders, Movement Disorder Emergencies – Adults and Children, Update in Neurology (26 hrs)
  • 04/07/2004   Diagnosing and Treating Pediatric Acid Related Disorders, presented by Alon P. Winnie, M.D. and approved by Dannemiller Memorial Educational Foundation (1 hr)
  • 03/31/2004   MS Treatment Algorithms: A Consensus of Expert Recommendations, presented by Nathalie Harden and approved by Health Science Center (1.5hr)
  • 10/22/2003   Brain Circuits Determine Destiny in Depression, presented by Lewis L. Judd, M.D. and approved by University of California, San Diego School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry (4 hrs)
  • 10/08/2003   An Evening Program: Understanding Otitis Media, approved by Medical World Conferences (4 hrs)
  • 09/16/2003   Dementia in Long Term Care: A Pre-Conference to the UCLA Intensive Course in Geriatric Medicine and Board Review, presented by Dan Osterweil, M.D., CMD and approved by California Association of Long Term Care Medicine (2 hrs)
  • 06/28/2003 “Doctor, I Have a Headache”: When Is IT a Migraine?, conducted in Santa Monica, CA, and approved by the Medical World Conferences (4 hrs)
  • 06/26/2003 Psychopharmacology of Energy and Fatigue Teleconference conducted by the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry (1 hr)
  • 06/03/2003   Awake and Involved: Addressing Excessive Daytime Sleepiness in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease, presented by Pesha Rubinstein and approved by Projects in Knowledge (1hr)
  • 01/31/2003 Treating Erectile Dysfunction: Current Cardiovascular Issues and Novel Therapeutic Options, conducted by Anneberg Center for Health Services in Rancho Mirage, CA  (1 hr)
  • 01/25/2003 - 01/26/2003   UCLA Comprehensive Review of Pain Management, presented by Martin Quan, MD and approved by UCLA School of Medicine (12 hrs)
  • 01/15/2003   Changing the Long-term Outlook in Parkinson’s Disease: Early Intervention Strategies, approved by Projects in Knowledge
  • 10/29/2002   Practical Management of Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnostic Imaging and Therapeutic Decisions, presented by William H. Doutre, PharmD and Linda M. Graham, BSN and approved by Postgraduate Institute for Medicine (2 hrs)
  • 10/17/2002   Conversations on Multiple Sclerosis: Practical Considerations for Treatment and Managing Patient Expectations, presented by John R. Kues, Ph.D. and approved by University of Cincinnati (2 hrs)
  • 10/12/2002   Exploring the Management of Parkinson’s Disease and Restless Leg Syndrome, presented by Theodore Bruno, MD and approved by The Center for Health Care Education, LLC. (2.5 hrs)
  • 10/05/2002   Mechanistic Approach to the Treatment of Painful Peripheral Neuropathies, presented by Alon P. Winnie, MD and approved by Dannemiller Memorial Educational Foundation (1 hr)
  • 09/25/2002 “Conversations In Neurology” Newsletter Volume 1, Number 2 conducted by University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine (1 hr)
  • 09/21/2002   Diabetes 2002, presented by Charles A. Pietrafesa, MD and approved by Saint John’s Health Center 54th Postgraduate Assembly (6hrs)
  • 09/12/2002   Primary Care Clinical Trends: Cox-2 Inhibition and Pain Management, approved by Medical Media Communications (1 hr)
  • 07/13/2002 Current Concepts in Allergy Disease Management, conducted in Los Angeles and approved by the American College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (7 hrs)
  • 07/02/2002   QME Home Study Audio Tape Course # 6, approved by O’Briens Employer Services Company (6hrs)
  • 05/18/2002   Painful Neuropathies: Diagnostic Approach, Pathophysiology, and Treatment, presented by Alon P. Winnie, M.D. and approved by Dannemiller Memorial Educational Foundation (3hrs)
  • 12/31/2001   New Antiepileptic Drugs, approved by LAC-Martin Luther King, Jr. / Drew Medical Center (2hrs)
  • 12/31/2001   Guidelines for the Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury, approved by LAC-Martin Luther King, Jr. / Drew Medical Center (2hrs)
  • 12/31/2001   Pharmacologic Advances in Pain: Medicine – Botulinum Toxin, approved by LAC-Martin Luther King, Jr. / Drew Medical Center (2hrs)
  • 12/31/2001   CNS Sepsis, approved by LAC-Martin Luther King, Jr. / Drew Medical Center (2hrs)
  • 08/31/2001   Quarterly Staff Meeting, approved by QA-HP Medical Center (1hr)
  • 05/17/2001  CNS Sepsis ,approved by LAC-Martin Luther King, Jr. / Drew Medical Center Continuing Medical Education Reporting Form (2 hrs)
  • 03/01/2001  Managing Epilepsy in Women Across the Reproductive Cycle, presented by Persha Rubinstein and approved by Projects in Knowledge (1.5 hrs)
  • 02/15/2001  Pharmacologic Advances in Pain Medicine-Botulinum Toxin approved by LAC-Martin Luther King, Jr. / Drew Medical Center Continuing Medical Education Reporting Form (2 hrs)
  • 02/08/2001 Guidelines for the Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury approved by LAC-Martin Luther King, Jr. / Drew Medical Center Continuing Medical Education Reporting Form (2 hrs)
  • 01/18/2001 New Antiepileptic Drugs approved by LAC-Martin Luther King, Jr. / Drew Medical Center Continuing Medical Education Reporting Form (2 hrs)
  • 01/04/2001 - 11/08/2001   Neuroscience, Medical Education Course presented by Ronald A. Edelstein, Ed.D and approved by Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (22hrs).
  • 01/2000 - 11/2000   Neuroscience Grand Rounds, approved by Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (26 hrs).
  • 08/03/2000   QME Home Study Audio Tape Course #4, approved by O’Briens Employer Services Company (6 hrs)
  • 08/02/2000   QME Home Study Audio Tape Course #3, approved by O’Briens Employer Services Company (6 hrs)
  • 4/29/00 - 5/6/00   The American Academy of Neurology, 52nd Annual Meeting. Educational activities included: Visual Diagnosis of Child Neurology, Multiple Sclerosis Therapy, Child Neurology II, Evaluation and Management of Autonomic Disorders, Epilepsy Therapy (12.50 hrs)
  • 06/08/2000 - 06/10/2000   Neurology Board Review Course, presented by Joseph H. Selliken, Jr., M.D. in Kansas City, Missouri and approved by The Olser Institute (30hrs)
  • 01/13/2000 - 01/15/2000   Neurology Board Review Course, presented by Joseph H. Selliken, Jr., M.D. in San Diego, California and approved by The Olser Institute (30hrs)
  • 10/06/1999   Evolving Strategies in the Treatment of Epilepsy, presented by Marissa Seligman, PharmD and approved by Beam Institute (1hr)
  • 01/99 - 12/99   Neuroscience and Epilepsy Center Grand Rounds, held by Department of Neuroscience and Neurosurgery approved by Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (20 hrs)
  • 09/27/1998   Neurology Board Review Course, presented by Joseph H. Selliken, Jr., M.D. and approved by The Osler Institute (60 hrs)
  • 01/98 - 12/98   Neuroscience and Epilepsy Center Grand Rounds, held by Department of Neuroscience and Neurosurgery approved by Charles R. Drew University of Medicine and Science (21 hrs)
  • 10/23/1997   American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Annual Meeting (8.5 hrs)  
  • 4/12/97 - 4/19/97   The American Academy of Neurology, 49th Annual Meeting. Educational activities included: ALS, MS, Attention Deficit Disorder, Introduction to Pediatric Neurorehabiliti, Electromyography and Nerve Conduction Studies, Pediatric Epilepsy Case Studies, Pediatric Epilepsy Case Studies, Clinical Usefulness of Botulinum Toxin, The art of EMG, Child Neurology, EMG Case Studies, Case Studies in Pediatric Neurology: They Hypot, Pediatric Neurology Update VI (53.5 hrs)
  • 06/24/94 - 06/26/94   Current Concepts in Child Neurology, approved by Children’s Hospital and Health Center (15 hrs)
  • 02/26/1990 - 03/02/1990   Neuropathology Review, presented by Joseph E. Parisi, MD and approved by Armed Forces Institute of Pathology
  • 02/1990   The Biologic Basis of Neurology and Psychiatry, presented by Sheldon S. Waldstein, MD and Robert J. Baker, MD and approved by The Cook County Graduate School of Medicine, Chicago, Illinois (40 hrs)
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