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David Tullar, PA completed his Physician Assistant education at Oregon Health and Sciences University in Portland Oregon. He went on to complete a Masters of Physician Assistant Studies with an emphasis in neurology at the University of Nebraska School of Medicine. He pursued his medical career with the goal of practicing neurology and has been involved in the care of patients with neurological diseases for over 20 years.
Although he sees patients with a wide variety of neurological concerns, he has special interest and training in the areas of behavior neurology, the evaluation of patients with memory concerns and movement disorders, such as Parkinson’s disease and tremor. This work in movement disorders has also involved the selection of patients for surgical interventions such as Deep Brain Stimulation and the post-surgical management of Parkinson’s disease, Essential Tremor and Dystonia over the past 20+ years. A big part of his clinical approach is education, where he actively works to educate patients and families to improve outcomes. He has also been active throughout his career in the education of medical and nursing students.
When not in the clinic, David can be found chasing trout with one of his special bamboo fly rods or exploring the mountains on a dusty gravel bike.
Education & Training
University of Nebraska School of Medicine
Board Certification/ Memberships
American Academy of Physician Assistants, American Academy of Neurology, Physician Assistants in Hospice and Palliative Medicine, American Delirium Society
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