Welcome to Rappahannock Neurology Specialists. Our hope is to assist you and provide the best medical care possible.
We will do our best to serve you. Rappahannock Neurology Specialists is a comprehensive and multispecialty neurology and sleep medicine clinic, based in Fredericksburg, Virginia. We are a highly trained group of four neurologists who can provide the communities in central Virginia and great Washington Metropolitan with academic level neurological care. We practice evidence-based medicine in the treatment and advances of neurological diseases and engage in clinical research (see our ongoing trials). More importantly, we believe in an individualized, compassionate and personable approach to our patient care.
In addition to our outpatient practice, we are part of the physician group that evaluates and treats admitted patients at Mary Washington Hospital and Stafford Hospital. We cover the hospital 24/7. We are all board certified neurologists who are either fellowship trained or have advanced specialty training. We work closely with other disciplines and experts that include neurosurgery, neuroradiology, physiatry (rehabilitation), neuropsychology and social workers. Although we are primarily adult neurologists, we are experienced in the evaluation and treatment of patients who are 13 years and older. We welcome new patients to our outpatient clinic.
Some of our unique services include the following:
- Neurodiagnostic Center for the diagnosis and treatment of patients with seizures, dizziness or neuropathy
Check out this clip from an Animal Planet "Monsters Inside Me" episode featuring MWHC Neurologist Christopher A. Kobet who, as a fourth-year neurology resident at a Cincinnati, Ohio hospital, diagnosed a little-known neurological disorder as the cause of a woman's hallucinations.
Dr. Christopher A. Kobet, a board-certified, fellowship-trained movement disorders neurologist, recently joined Mary Washington Healthcare's Rappahannock Neurology Specialists. Watch this video to hear Dr. Kobet share his insights on the diagnosis and treatment of patients with Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders, which include essential tremor, restless leg syndrome, dystonia and Huntington's disease.