About the Medical Director

About the Medical Director:

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Henry Raroque, Jr., MD, FAASM, FAHA is Clinical Professor of Neurology at University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. He was formerly the Director of the Parkland Epilepsy and the Intraoperative Neurophysiology Monitoring Service at Zale-Lipshy University Hospital. He is the Founding Director of the Dallas School of Neuroscience and Sleep Medicine and Southwestern Neuroscience Institute. He is published and was an ad hoc reviewer for the journal Epilepsia. He is a Neurologist who is known for expertise in diagnosing and treating difficult neurological illnesses, like sleep apnea. He is the founder of The Dallas School of Neuroscience and Sleep Medicine was formed to get Medical Doctors and other medical practitioners to be updated through its annual Neuroscience Update Symposia. The neurosleep school aims to provide Medical doctors and other medical practitioners quality and updated information for the proper care and treatment of every patient. The Dallas School of Neuroscience and Sleep Medicine was formed to get Medical Doctors and other medical practitioners to be updated through its annual Neuroscience Update Symposia. The neurosleep school aims to provide Medical doctors and other medical practitioners quality and updated information for the proper care and treatment of every patient. The annual symposia is being held on a Friday of September each year.

He is also the Medical Director for Southwestern Neuroscience Institute that is driven by the philosophies: (1) Patient-focus and (2) informed and empowered patients.  Dr. Raroque believes it is important to always be conscious of the difficulties and impairments experienced by patients and to always create a caring environment in a health facility. He makes sure that his team is equipped with accurate and updated information and skills in treating every patient. His ideal approach to treatment involves working with informed and empowered patients through multi-specialty coordination to improve their condition at the soonest possible time.