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Stephen O'Hara, M.D.

The Consumer's Research Council of America, an independent organization based in Washington, D.C. recently ranked Dr. Stephen O'Hara among the top two percent of clinical neurologists nationwide. Dr. O'Hara grew up on a family ranch in Montana where the values of hard work, respect and compassion were instilled in him from an early age. He attended Stanford University, which was named in 2005 by the authoritative Shanghai Index as the second leading university in the world. Dr. O'Hara graduated with a Bachelor's of Science degree in biology and performed honors research in the laboratory of Dr. Donald Kennedy, who subsequently served as President of Stanford University. Dr. O'Hara obtained his M.D. from Northwestern University where he became president of the Northwestern chapter of the American Medical Student Association, then proceeded to complete his residency in neurology at UCLA-one of the top five medical schools according to U.S. News and World Report. Dr. O'Hara is board-certified in neurology through the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. Since completing his residency, Dr. O'Hara has continued to teach the residents in the neurology program at UCLA while maintaining a busy private practice in prestigious Century City with an emphasis on geriatric neurology and disorders of balance.

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