Dr. Mohammad Bolouri MD
Neurologist | Neurology7809 Sardis Road Charlotte NC, 28270
Dr. M. Reza Bolouri is a board-certified neurologist with more than 20 years of clinical research experience who has dedicated his life’s work to treating Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias. Dr. Bolouri has extensive experience in conducting clinical trials for Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias and has contributed to many breakthroughs in Alzheimer’s research and treatments. Additionally, Dr. Bolouri is committed to providing education and counseling to the medical community, patients, and families affected by Alzheimer's through seminars and speeches at local support groups, churches, and senior communities.
Education and Training
Mundial University MD 1990
Florida Atlantic University Bachelor of Arts, Chemistry/Pre Med 1985
St. Francis Medical Center Residency in Psychiatry 1999
Allegheny General Hospital Chief Resident in Neurology Residency in Neurology 2004
Universidad Mundial Dominicana, School Of Medicine
Psychiatry and NeurologyAmerican Board of Psychiatry and NeurologyABPN
Dr. Mohammad Bolouri MD's Expert Contributions
Unfortunately some strokes affect the language area and can affect either understanding or expressing communications with others. Some speech therapies might help, but no definite remedy exists. READ MORE
Hello, First, you need to make sure it is a migraine headache. After that, you can see a migraine specialist because there are different types of migraine headaches and a treatment plan needs to be implemented. Good luck. Thanks, Mohammad Reza Bolouri, MD READ MORE
Although the exact mode of inheritance for Alzheimer's disease is not fully established, this disease has a tendency to run in families. However, there are family clusters of autosomal dominant family pedigrees where most family members are affected. Fortunately, this type is rare. Thanks, Mohammad Reza Bolouri, MD READ MORE
Muscle twitch may be due to multiple causes such as muscle jerk also called myoclonus. This needs to be evaluated by a neurologist with experience in neuromuscular diseases. Sometimes this can be a sign of a degenerative brain disorder. I recommend a neurological consult. Thanks, Mohammad Reza Bolouri, MD READ MORE
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Areas of expertise and specialization
- American Academy of Neurology
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- Alzheimers Association
Professional Society Memberships
- Alzheimer's Association, American Academy of Neurology
What do you attribute your success to?
- Making a difference in finding a cure for Alzheimer's.
Areas of research
- More than twenty years of clinical research experience.He has extensive experience in conducting clinical trials for Alzheimer??s disease and related dementias and has contributed to many breakthroughs in Alzheimer??s research and treatments.
- Dedicated his life??s work to treating Alzheimer??s disease and related dementias.He provides education and counseling to the medical community, patients, and families affected by Alzheimer's through seminars and speeches at local support groups, churches, and senior communities.
Areas of researchAlzheimer's Disease and related dementia
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Patient Experience with Dr. Bolouri
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- Why Does Alzheimer’s Progress More Rapidly for Some Than for Others?
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- How Is Stroke Diagnosed?
A stroke is often diagnosed by conducting physical examination tests and studying brain images produced during scans. Your doctor will try to find all the information regarding the symptoms of stroke. In addition, the doctor will carry out a number of tests to ascertain if you have a stroke. The...
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