- Professor of Neurology
- Multiple Sclerosis
- General Neurology
- Deep Brain Stimulation
- Movement Disorders
- Medical College of Virginia
- University of Washington
Ted Rothstein, MD is board-certified in Neurology. He is also a professor and the Director of the Medical Student education program in Neurology at The George Washington University School of Medicine & Health Sciences. His clinical interests include multiple sclerosis, general neurology issues, deep brain stimulation, movement disorders, and dementia.
Dr. Rothstein received his medical education from the Medical College of Virginia. He completed his internship at The Queens Hospital in Hawaii and his residency in neurology at the University of Washington.
He practiced Adult Clinical Neurology at Northwest Hospital in Seattle. He joined The George Washington University in 2003.
Throughout his career, he has held multiple faculty appointments, been a member of several societies, and has been published in numerous publications. In addition, he is an avid researcher and has been the principle investigator in several clinical trials.