Suzanne Gazda M.D., A graduate of The University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio, Dr. Gazda has devoted an extraordinary amount of time to not only the day-to-day practice of neurological medicine but also to related clinical research with special interests in the area of multiple sclerosis. A noted speaker and presenter at various forums nationwide, Dr. Gazda has been recognized by both industry organizations and consumer media alike, with inclusion for five years on the renowned list of “Texas Super Doctors” in Texas Monthly magazine. Dr. Gazda is also the founder of Neurology Institute of San Antonio.
Dr. Gazda's professional associations include: Director, Integra Clinical Research Medical Director, South Texas Multiple Sclerosis Center, affiliated with the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. Member: Texas Medical Association, Texas Neurological Association, and the American Academy of Neurology.
E. Swann Van Delden, M.D.
E. Swann Van Delden, M.D., M.S. is a graduate of The University of Texas Health Science Center of San Antonio, And recently joined the Neurology Institute of San Antonio. Dr. Van Delden is a general neurologist with special interests in headache management and multiple sclerosis. Her practice comprises all aspects of general adult neurology, including selected interventional pain techniques, and also extends to adolescent headache diagnosis and management.
Dr. Van Delden belongs to several professional organizations, among them the American Academy of Neurology, Texas Neuroliogical Society, and the Texas Medical Association. Prior to pursuing a medical career, Dr. Van Delden was an adjunct professor of interpersonal communication and public speaking and is a member of the Health Communication Division of the National Communication Association.
R. Braden Neiman, M.D.
R. Braden Neiman, M.D. is a board-certified neurologist who has recently joined the Neurology Institute of San Antonio. Dr. Neiman has experience in both clinical neurological disorders as well as neurological research. He also has training in interventional pain techniques including facet injections and possesses extensive experience in neuroelectrophysiology, including EMG/NCV, EEG, and 72 hour Ambulatory EEG studies.
Dr. Neiman received his neurology training at prestigious Yale University. Among his mentors was Dr. Ian McDonald, one of the world’s most renowned multiple sclerosis (MS) specialists.
He is particularly interested in the field of MS research as well as other neurodegenerative disorders of the brain.