Women’s Neurology Center
Committed to the unique healthcare needs of women with neurological disorders
At the Women’s Neurology Center at Texas Neurology, special consideration is given to the gender differences in the medical evaluation and implementation of treatment and care.
We believe that taking care of your neurological condition requires important attention to how it affects you as a woman.
Dr. Samuel and Dr. Philip and the Women’s Neurology Center aim to build a clinical resource and referral base for patients, physicians and other allied healthcare professionals caring for woman.
Common neurologic diseases we evaluate and treat include headaches, cervical and lumbar radiculopathies, focal nerve entrapments such as carpal tunnel syndrome, seizures, and cognitive symptoms.
- We examine gender differences in neurological diseases such as epilepsy, migraine, neuromuscular disease and more.
- Our comprehensive center includes an ACR-accredited advanced imaging center, AASM-accredited sleep center and an infusion clinic. We also provide NCS/EMG and EEG testing
- Resources and educational information are provided to our patients and physicians on topics specific to women with neurological disorders.
Gincy Samuel, M.D.
Dr. Samuel earned her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. She completed her neurology residency and clinical neurophysiology fellowship training at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Dr. Samuel is affiliated with Baylor University Medical Center and is Associate Director of the Headache Institute at Texas Neurology. She is involved in clinical research of novel therapies in the treatment of patients with headache, memory disorders, and spasticity.
She currently practices general neurology, with particular interest in headaches, epilepsy, spasticity, and neuropathy..
Maria Philip, M.D.
Dr. Philip is a graduate of Texas A&M University and recieved her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. She completed her Neurology residency at New York University and Neurophysiology fellowship training at Albert Einstein University in New York. She is involved in clinical research of novel therapies in the treatment of patients with peripheral neuropathy.
She currently practices general neurology, with particular interest in neuromuscular disease including peripheral nerve disorders, muscle disease and neuromuscular junction disorders.