Weill Cornell Medicine’s neurologists have a distinguished history of providing comprehensive care to children and adults suffering from neurologic disorders, and are sought after with both New York City and national referrals for their expertise and experience.
NewYork-Presbyterian is the only hospital in the nation with statistically better mortality rates in all six of the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) 30-day mortality measures: heart failure, pneumonia, COPD, heart attack, stroke, and coronary artery bypass graft.
Weill Cornell Medicine's General Neurology practice cares for patients suffering from chronic conditions including neurological damage caused by trauma; head, back and neck pain; seizures; peripheral neuropathy and neurological dysfunctions related to other medical conditions. Weill Cornell's superb diagnostic facilities include a dedicated clinical neurophysiology laboratory, which conducts routine or investigational diagnostic testing on referral.
Weill Cornell Medicine neurologists also cover a wide range of specialty areas. Our physicians are leaders in clinical investigation to develop novel therapies for disorders such as epilepsy, neuromuscular disease, and dementia, and many patients may be eligible for participation in cutting-edge investigational therapies. Our pediatric neurologists specialize in caring for children with neurological conditions across both our Upper East Side and Lower Manhattan practices.
Your care is of the utmost importance to us. Our physicians now offer Video Visits for all follow-up appointments as well as new patient visits to those residing in New York State, Florida and Connecticut.
Please call our dedicated patient appointment line at (212) 746-2596 to schedule your video visit. For more details, please view our Video Visits page.
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"I have seen Dr. Stuebgen off and on over the past three years. I was initially referred to him by my sister who is a P.A. He is an excellent physician and he is extremely intelligent, knowledgeable and efficient. I would highly recommend him. I don’t really understand any negative rating except for the fact that their are some people out there that no one can make happy."
"Had a terrible concussion. Went many months and few MRI'S at other Dr's without any results. Went to see Dr. Sethi as recommended and after sitting with me he prescribed a medication. Told me what to expect and with G-ds help it worked wonderfully. He was very down to earth and easy to speak to. I am now able to function beautifully after being in super slow motion for a long time. I am very grateful to Dr. Sethi. Excelent Dr, I highly recommend. Thank you so much Dr.!"
"A very warm and caring person. Unfortunately there is little medical neurologists can do with an Alzheimers patient."