Natalia B. Whitman M.D.

Neurology / Clinical NeurophysiologyMassachusetts American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board of Pain Medicine
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Neurology / Clinical Neurophysiology
Massachusetts 
American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, American Board of Pain Medicine

Extensive experience leading a multidisciplinary team providing cutting edge care in the fields of neurorehabilitation, mild traumatic brain injury, pain management and general neurology. Aligned services of psychiatry, psychology, social work, speech language pathology, physical and occupational therapy as well as nurse case managers to provide an individualized and patient-centered approach to care. With the addition of integrated telemedicine, our team was able to seamlessly collaborate in real time, with additional specialists from physical medicine and rehabilitation, sleep medicine, interventional pain management, radiology, and the surgical sub-specialties, as needed.

Chief Resident in Neurology (Jul 2007 – Jun 2008)
The George Washington University, Washington, DC.

Resident in Neurology (Jul 2005 – Jun 2007)
The George Washington University, Washington, DC.

Internship in Internal Medicine (Jul 2004 – Jun 2005)
Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Baltimore, MD.

Neurologist and Medical Director (Apr 2009 to Present)
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Clinic
U.S. Army Rose Barracks, Vilseck, Germany

  • Recruited, developed and lead a multidisciplinary clinical team providing interventions to wounded warriors returning from service in Iraq and Afghanistan. Conducted weekly multidisciplinary meetings to discuss care for high risk patients.
  • Provided procedural services to include Botox injections, percutaneous electronic nerve stimulation (PENS) and an entire spectrum of acupuncture/TCM for treatment of wide variety of neurological, psychological and chronic pain conditions.
  • Successfully introduced EMG nerve conduction study, electroencephalogram, and telemedicine to expand the clinic’s capabilities and reduce leakage to the network.
  • Standardized MTBI evaluation used throughout the Army’s European Regional Medical Command.
  • Maintained a rolling 12-month RVU productivity above 200% of target.

M.D. Ross University School of Medicine (High Honors) (May 2004)

B.S. Sheldon Jackson College (May 2000)

B.S./M.S. Far East University (May 1990)

Army Commanders Award for Civilian Service Medal 2017
Recognized for contributions as Department of Defense civilian physician providing on-site management of complex specialty medical care on a U.S. Base of 10,000+ active duty soldiers. Direct supervision of activities for approximately 20 staff members consisting of licensed providers, medical support assistants, technicians, and nurse case managers. Worked for the effective return to duty of personnel injured in combat and training, as well as families presenting with acute and chronic neurological problems.