Dr. Burke Providing Comprehensive Neurological Care

Patrick Burke, MD
Neurology

To Schedule an Appointment
Call (315) 798-1604

Appointments are available at the following locations

New Hartford

Procedures

  • Electromyography (EMG)
  • Nerve Conduction (NCV)
  • Electroencephalography (EEG)
  • Lumbar Puncture (LP)
  • Migraine Injections (BTX)
  • Treatment for Headache/Migraine
  • Treatment for Seizure/Epilepsy
  • Treatment for Neuropathy
  • Treatment for Neuromuscular Disease

A Neurologist Near You Who Is Here To Help

Neurology doctors provide long-term care to patients with chronic neurological disorders and also serve as a consultant to other physicians by aiding in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders to the nervous system, such as the nerves, muscles, brian and spinal cord.

We can always learn, change and adapt. I aspire to continually improve myself and the well-being of my patients in any way I can

About the Doctor

Why did you choose neurology?

The abilities and functions of the human brain are awe inspiring. Neuroscience is a field of continual discovery and Neurology is a conduit to provide extraordinary medical care.

What do you enjoy most about being a neurologist?

Connecting with my patients and working together as a team to help improve overall quality of life.

What specialty services/procedures do you perform?

I provide treatment for Headaches/Migraines, Seizure/Epilepsy, Neuropathy, Neuromuscular Disease and more.

Comprehensive Neurology Procedures Dr. Burke Provides:

  • Lumbar Puncture (LP)

  • Migraine Injections (BTX)

  • Treatment for Headache/Migraine

  • Treatment for Seizure/Epilepsy

  • Treatment for Neuropathy

  • Treatment for Neuromuscular Disease

Some of the Neurological Conditions Treated:

  • Stroke

  • Seizures

  • Migraines and other headaches

  • Multiple sclerosis

  • Neuropathies

  • Dementia

  • Tremors

  • Parkinson’s disease

Diagnostic Tests for Neurological Disorders:

Electromyography (EMG) (H3) – Measures and records the electrical activity produced by the skeletal muscles to see if there are any neuromuscular abnormalities.
Nerve Conduction Velocity (NCV) (H3) – is a test administered usually by placing electrode patches to the skin and measuring how fast an electrical impulse moves through your nerve.
Electroencephalography (EEG) – by applying electrodes consisting of metal disks and thin wires onto your scalp, this non-invasive test is able to detect abnormalities in your brain waves.

Education and Training

Post-Graduate Training: Neurophysiology Fellowship; University of Arizona
Post-Graduate Training: Neurology Residency; University of Arizona
M.D., Doctor of Medicine; Medical School: SUNY Upstate Medical University
M.S., Master of Science; Neuroscience and Physiology: SUNY Upstate Medical University
B.A., Bachelor of Arts and Science; Psychology, Biology, Philosophy: SUNY Genese

Neurology FAQs

What Does a Neurology Doctor Do?

A neurologist is a medical doctor who specializes in the treatment of spinal cord, nerves and brain diseases.

How Do I Know When to See a Neurologist?

If there is a persistent or worsening numbness that lasts over a few weeks or months. If you are suffering from a rapid decline in muscle strength or chronic muscle weakness, uncontrolled headaches, memory loss, and dizziness. There are other symptoms that could mean you should see a neurologist. Please call our office to speak with us about booking an appointment.