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    As a Board Certified General Neurologist, Dr. Jason Reinhart treats all neurological conditions. Being certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology (ABPN), a national corporation that certifies physicians in psychiatry and neurology, you can know that his training is beyond that required of a doctor of neurology.

    He earned his degree from Des Moines University College Of Osteopathic Medicine. He interned at Banner Good Samaritan Medical Center and completed his residency at Barrow Neurological Institute.  Dr. Reinhart has privileges at Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center and Banner Boswell Medical Center.  Dr. Reinhart's work as a general neurologist relates to the brain, spine, and the peripheral nervous system.  His special interests include headache disorders, neuropathic pain disorders, and neurological spine disorders.  However, Dr Reinhart treats all other neurological conditions as well.  Though educated in Neurology, Dr. Reinhart treats the whole person, not just the presenting symptoms.  Led by his compassion and wellness-inclined training, Dr. Reinhart partners with his patients to determine why they experience their neurologic symptoms. 

    Neurologic conditions are different in that all patients are different. Lifestyle, environment, and health history will differ from person to person.  Dr. Reinhart enjoys learning about the latest advances in treatment, from new effective medications to procedures and alternative remedies.
      Attentive physicians may seem old-fashioned, but Dr. Reinhart believes that knowing his patients well gives him the best opportunity to help them.  Combining patient input with his years of training and experience means Dr. Reinhart effectively treats his patient’s conditions. 

    Contact a neurologist you can trust, Dr. Reinhart, to see how he can help you.
    Jason
    Nov 08, 2016
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