David Silvers, MD FAAN

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Gardens Neurology is accepting new patients and second-opinion consultations


Board Certified in Neurology, Electrodiagnostic Medicine/EMG, and is a Diplomate in Neuromuscular Medicine as well as a Diplomate in Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry.

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  • Mon - Thurs - 9:00 - 4:00
  • Fri - 9:00 - 2:00
  • Sat - Sun - Closed
  • After-hours appointments available

America's Top Physicians
Since 2010


Gardens Neurology prides itself in providing patients extended time and attention for every appointment and treatment necessary.


Continuous correspondence between Dr. Silvers and your primary and referring physicians to ensure ultimate care and treatment.

Live Support

Ongoing live support (during business hours) from professionally trained medical assistants helping new and established patients with any issues and concerns.

Patient Resources

Our office specializes in helping patients navigate through all available resources, assisting them in finding services and achieving improved health and well being.


"The Doctors' Doctor"

Dr. David Silvers is Board Certified in Neurology, Electrodiagnostic Medicine/EMG, and is a Diplomate in Neuromuscular Medicine as well as a Diplomate in Behavioral Neurology and Neuropsychiatry.

Dr. Silvers completed his undergraduate studies at Princeton University and graduated from Tufts Medical School. He completed his neurology residency at the Harvard Longwood Medical Center (ie, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Beth Israel-Deaconness Hospital) and his neuromuscular/electromyography fellowship at Brown University (Rhode Island Hospital).

Dr. Silvers has over 25 years of experience in private practice diagnosing and treating neurological disorders. Dr. Silvers is committed towards giving his patients the best neurological care while emphasizing the doctor-patient relationship.

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Conditions We Treat

Neuromuscular disorders & Neuropothy

Neuromuscular disorders affect the nerves that control your voluntary muscles. The weakness can lead to twitching, cramps, aches and pains, and joint and movement problems.

Movement disorders

Conditions which cause either too little (hypokinesia) or too much movement (hyperkinesia). In Parkinson's Disease, one of the most common movement disorders, there is a combination of slowness (bradykinesia) and tremor.

Cognitive disorders

Cognitive disorders (CDs), also known as neurocognitive disorders (NCDs), are a category of mental health disorders that primarily affect cognitive abilities including learning, memory, perception, and problem solving.

Headache & Dizziness

Headache is pain in any region of the head. Headaches may occur on one or both sides of the head or be isolated to a certain location, radiating across the head from one point. A headache may appear as a sharp pain, a throbbing sensation or a dull ache.

Stroke & Vascular Disorders

A stroke occurs when a part of the blood supply to the brain is cut off and brain cells cannot receive oxygen or with bleeding in or around the brain.

Spinal cord disorders

With spinal cord dysfunction, muscles may be weak or paralyzed, sensation may be abnormal or lost, and controlling bladder and bowel function may be difficult.

Multiple sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a neurologic disorder that affects the central nervous system (brain, spinal cord, and optic nerve). In MS, the body’s immune system attacks the nerves.


Epilepsy is a condition causing recurrent unprovoked seizures. A seizure is typically a short episode causing symptoms or impairing functioning due to abnormal electrical discharges in the brain.

Sleep disorders

Sleep disorders are disorders which cause interruptions in sleep patterns. These conditions prevent people from getting enough sleep or cause excessive sleepiness during the daytime.

Gait & balance disorders

Gait and balance disorders are common in older adults and are a major cause of falls in this population. They are associated with increased morbidity and mortality, as well as reduced level of function.