302 Randall Rd, Geneva, IL, 60134-4209, USA
Dr. Kishore Santwani is a neurologist in Geneva, IL, USA. Dr. Kishore Santwani is affiliated with Rush University Medical Center, Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital, Northwestern Medicine Woodstock Hospital, Centegra Primary Care Llc. Dr. Kishore Santwani specializes in diagnosis and treatment of medical problems related to brain. Dr. Kishore Santwani sees patients with muscle weakness, headaches, dizziness, stroke, seizure. You can find contact information like phone number, practice website, office address and reviews for Dr. Kishore Santwani.
A neurologist is a medical professional who specializes in the study and treatment of disorders that affect the brain and nervous system. The nervous system controls and regulates activity and movement in the body. If the nervous system is not functioning properly, the body cannot function. It is the job of a neurologist to find and correct any problems in the nervous system.
Professional SchoolNew York College Of Osteo Medicine Of New York Institute Of Technology
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The top specialties of Dr. Kishore Santwani include Neurology
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The office is located at 302 Randall Rd in Geneva, IL.
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Ataxia, Headache, Meningitis, Multiple Sclerosis, Muscle weakness, Migraine, Pain Management, Parkinson's disease, Seizure, Tremors, Alzheimer's Dementia
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