How Does Your Primary Provider Choose A Neurologist?
Your primary care provider may have a good working relationship with one or more neurologists in Las Vegas that are in-network with your health plan. Your provider is usually familiar with their education, training and experience. These are some of the factors that go into referring you to a neurologist. However, your health plan may have additional requirements. Find a board certified neurologist in Las Vegas. > Search Now
Choose A Board Certified Neurologist
Choosing a neurology trained physician sounds like an overwhelming task but it doesn’t have to be. It all starts with working with your primary care provider and health plan and learning about your options. Learn more about our Neurology Specialists:
Board Certified Neurologists
Neurology Fellowship Trained Neurologists
Neurology Sub-specialty Trained Neurologists
Top Voted Neurologists in Las Vegas
Referred for EDX Testing (NCV/EMG)?
If you are being referred for EDX Testing by your doctor but need to learn more about this, then read the FAQs Before EDX Testing by the American Association of Neuromuscular & Electrodiagnostic Medicine. Did your doctor or healthcare provider refer you to an AANEM Accredited EDX Lab? Learn more and find an AANEM Accredited EDX Lab in Las Vegas. > Read
Board Certified Neurologists
Learn About CNS Neurologists
A neurologist at CNS has the following minimum education, training and experience.
Undergraduate Degree (4 Years)
Graduate Degree | Doctor of Medicine (4 Years)
Internship Training (1 Year)
Neurology Residency Training (2-3 Years)
Fellowship Training (1 year)
20+ Clinical Neurology Practice Experience
At Clinical Neurology Specialists, the neurologists have both attended and completed undergraduate education. Dr. Leo Germin a Bachelor of Science at Vilnius University in Vilnius, Lithuania. Dr. Gilbert S. Tausch a Bachelor of Science at Rice University in Houston, Texas.
After undergrad, the neurologists attended an additional four (4) years of medical school and achieved Doctor of Medicine (M.D.). Dr. Germin, Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree at Vilnius University Faculty of Medicine in Vilnius, Lithuania. Dr. Tausch, Doctor of Medicine (M.D.) degree at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
After medical school, Dr. Germin completed his medical internship at Methodist Hospital of Brooklyn. Dr. Tausch completed his medical internship at Baylor College of Medicine.
After internships, the neurology specialists completed an additional three years of specialized training in neurology as Neurology Residents. Dr. Germin, Neurology Resident at VA MC Wadsworth/University of California Los Angeles. Dr. Tausch, Neurology Resident at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas.
After neurology residency, the neurology specialists achieved highly specialized Fellowship training. Dr. Germin, Fellowship trained in EMG/Neurophysiology at University of California San Diego; Department of Neurosciences. Dr. Tausch, postdoctoral Fellowship trained in Multiple Sclerosis at Stanford University Medical Center in Palo Alto, California.
After fellowship training, the neurologists went on to practice neurology. Dr. Germin obtained licensure in three (3) areas, the country of Lithuania, State of Arizona, and the State of Nevada. Dr. Tausch also obtained licensure in three (3) areas, State of Pennsylvania, State of North Carolina, and State of Nevada.
After licensure and clinical practice, our neurologists obtained Neurology Board Certification. Dr. Germin, Board Certified in Neurology, in Vascular Neurology, and in Electrodiagnostic Medicine. Dr. Tausch, Board Certified in Neurology.
CNS Neurologists offer more then 75 Years of combined education, training and clinical neurology experience. Learn more about the CNS Neurology Team. visit Neurology Specialists.