Resource Links

Here's a listing some Major Association sites that may be helpful:

Here are some other informational sites for you to browse:

torticollis.org
Gives information on symptoms, causes, treatment, resources and a message board.

ldonline.org
LD Online Learning Disabilities Information & Resources.

ncld.org
Nation Center for Learning Disabilities.

interdys.org
International Dyslexia Association.

ldanatl.org
Learning Disabilities Association of America.

aan.com
American Academy of Neurology.

ama-assn.org
AMA - American Medical Association.

dystonia-foundation.org
Dystonia Dialog.

Common Neurological Disorders

Here is a list of links sponsored by The Neurology Channel that you can access to gain knowledge about some of the most common neurological disorders that a neurologist may treat:

Testimonials

Dr. Constantine Moschonas is a friendly, caring neurologist with an excellent and well-organized staff. He is very up-to-date with the latest research and, as I understand it, is very highly regarded in the medical community. He has always treated me as an intelligent person, and takes the time to examine my MRI films with me so I know at what I am looking, where my problem areas are, and how that might affect me. I have not had a single negative experience in his office, and I would highly recommend him to anyone in need of superior neurological care.
Kerstin,   Courtesy of Yelp.com
I absolutely love Doctor Moschonas. He makes time to answer every question I have. He doesn't try to cut me off so that he can move on to the next patient. Dr. Moschonas provides patient care the way it should be. I have a rather complicated medical history; a cardiologist, a pulmonologist, a vascular surgeon, neuro opthamologist. Why am I telling you all this? Because I trust Dr. Moschonas so much so that he is my "second opinion" when I am concerned about another procedure by one of my other physicians. He provides understanding, and comfort, but most of all he shows empathy for your situation, as all Doctors should but have forgotten. Dr. Moschonas has made the top 100 Doctors list several times, with good reason. I would recommend Dr. Moschonas to anyone in need of a "The Best" Neurologist.
Anonymous,   Courtesy of RateMDs.com
My husband has been seeing Dr. Sosinsky for a couple of years. She is attentive, responsive, compassionate, and so smart, right on top of things. You only have to tell her something once, and she doesn't forget. Amazing woman. She is very caring and logical too. We love her!
Anonymous,   Courtesy of Vitals.com
I've been seeing Dr. Arlen for approximately 14-15 years for MS and I still think she's the best. I always enjoy going to see her and her staff. Her staff is just as wonderful as she is, they go above and beyond what most Dr.'s office staff do to help out the patient now days. In my opinion Dr. Arlen doesn't just blindly pass out medications like candy she discusses it with you and asks what you think about it and how you feel about it. I just love her.
Amy,   Courtesy of Vitals.com