Dr. Nilay R. Shah MD
Neurologist | Electrodiagnostic Medicine255 W SPRING VALLEY AVE STE 102 MAYWOOD NJ, 07607
Nilay R. Shah, MD, works at Integrated Medicine of Mt. Kisco in New York.ï¿½ He is a holistic neurologist, taking in account nutrition, toxins, and other elements as the body as treated as a whole. He feels as though a deep understanding of every bodily system, not just the nervous system, will rely on optimal treatment of the patient. As Director of Medical Services, Dr. Shah teaches other neurologists for education purposes, incorporating holistic neurology 100% into their practice. He is also the author of a textbook chapter on HIV neuropathy, as well as on healthology.com, and webmd.com.ï¿½
Education and Training
St. Georges University
Board Eligible- American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
Dr. Nilay R. Shah MD's Expert Contributions
My son has Asperger's Syndrome. How is it treated?
Unfortunately the diagnosis of Aspergers is a "catch-all" which encompasses many variations of the actual disease process. Thus, there is no standardized treatment protocol. Nilay Shah, MD READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Speaks for Peers and Patient Education Purposes -
- Top Doc in Neurology, New Jersey Monthly, 2011
- Physician Volunteer of the Year, National Multiple Sclerosis Society, 2005, 2008
- Elmhurst Hospital Center
- UPMC Presbyterian Hospital (Neurology)
Professional Society Memberships
- National Multiple Sclerosis Society, American Clinical Neurology Society
Articles and Publications
- Textbook Chapter on Neuropathy and HIV
What do you attribute your success to?
Treating Every Individual as if they were a Family Member
Hobbies / Sports
- Travel, Scuba, Biking, Skiing
Favorite professional publications
- Green journal, New England Journal of Medicine, Lancet
Dr. Nilay R. Shah MD's Practice location
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Patient Experience with Dr. Shah
- Parkinson's Disease Patients are Given Renewed Hope with a New Therapy
Hitherto there is no truly preventive treatment for Parkinson’s disease. It is important that neurologists be aware of the symptomatic triad of depression, losing the sense of smell and constipation. It is good to consult with a neurologist with some expertise in the subject when these cases are...
- On the Back of Friends: How One Man Travels the World with Muscular Dystrophy
Everyone dreams of travelling the world at some point in life, and while this dream may envision backpacks, campfires, mobile speakers, inflatable mattresses and tons of supplies, very few people would dream of actually being backpacks on their thrilling adventure.Some four years ago, one of such...
- What Does the Hypothalamus Do?
Where is the hypothalamus located?The hypothalamus is a small, almond-sized, cone-shaped structure that projects downwards, ending in the infundibular stalk of the brain. This is a tubular connection to the pituitary gland, with which it has a direct relationship. The two are connected by nervous...
- CRISPR Could be the Possible Cure for Muscular Dystrophy
How about technology that could offer a “cut and paste” or just a “delete” solution to all genetic mutations, defects, and resulting disorders? Well, that may sound too much to ask for, an oversimplification, but it is exactly what many scientific researchers in the field of genetic modeling...
- Sleep Apnea CPAP Machine: Gel, Cleaner, and Price
Sleep apnea is a sleep breathing disorder. It is characterized by repetitive pauses in breathing, which may occur several times per hour and may last for 10 seconds. It is usually a chronic condition. It results in poor sleep quality and excessive sleepiness in daytime. The most common type is...
- Targeting Enzyme May Be an Approach to Alzheimer’s Therapy
Targeting particular enzymes to cure diseases or to relieve symptoms has never been an easy task. Indiscriminate targeting often results in unnecessary potentially toxic effects. For the same reasons, early attempts to target HDAC2 were not successful.Researchers knew that HDAC2 plays a vital role...