Richard Rosenbaum, M.D., is a neurologist and expert in Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders. He also treats carpal tunnel syndrome, nerve and muscle disease, and neurological complications of rheumatic diseases.
Dr. Rosenbaum works closely with physician assistant Janis Denning to ensure that each patient receives a complete assessment and updated treatment plan to control symptoms and optimize strength and independence.
He is board certified in electrodiagnostic medicine, internal medicine and neurology by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Dr. Rosenbaum graduated cum laude from Harvard Medical School and served his residency at Stanford University Hospital. He was a fellow in the medical neurology branch of National Institutes of Health and served as a neurology resident at University of California-San Francisco.
Dr. Rosenbaum is frequently named a “top doctor” by Portland Monthly magazine. He has practiced neurology in Portland since 1977 and is author of the book, “Understanding Parkinson's Disease: A Personal and Professional View.”
Parkinson's disease; movement disorders
Best practices in Parkinson's disease care
Treating motor impairment in Parkinson's disease
"Understanding Parkinson's Disease: A Personal and Professional View"
"Clinical Neurology of Rheumatic Diseases"
"Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Other Disorders of the Median Nerve"
Telemedicine grows to treat Parkinson's patients miles away, KPTV
"Portland Parkinson's choir," The Oregonian