Luis E. Zayas Rodriguez, MD

Movement Disorders Neurologist, Neurologist

4.9/5 (262 ratings) 47 comments

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About Me

Gender: Male

Languages Spoken:
English, Spanish

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Luis Zayas, MD, PT grew up in Puerto Rico. After completing his bachelor’s degree in physical therapy, Dr. Zayas perused a medical degree to acquire more mental tools to positively impact people’s quality of life. Dr. Zayas pursued movement disorders as a sub-specialty because he was drawn to a type of medicine that relied so heavily on visual observation to reach potential diagnoses. Dealing with Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders allows him to combine his medical training with his physical therapy background to provide holistic care. Dr. Zayas believes the complexity of the human body’s movements, along with its associated diseases, is the most fascinating field in medicine and he sees himself devoted to the field the rest of his life.

Clinical Focus:
Movement Disorders

Specialties:
Neurology

Education & Credentials

Schools

Doctor of Medicine, UNIBE School of Medicine, Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, 2005

Residencies

Internal Medicine, St. Barnabas Hospital, New York, New York, 2009 Neurology, Cooper University Hospital, Camden, New Jersey, 2012

Fellowships

Neurocritical Care, Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland, Ohio, 2013 Movement Disorders, University of Nebraska Medical Center, Omaha, Nebraska, 2017

Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine - Psychiatry and Neurology (Epilepsy); Psychiatry and Neurology (Neurology)

Where I See Patients

The Cole Center for Parkinson’s & Movement Disorders

1975 Town Center Blvd.Knoxville, TN 37922

Phone: 865-909-4030

Fax: 865-909-4035

Directions
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My Ratings & Reviews

overall experience

262 ratings

4.9

  • Likelihood of recommending this provider

    4.9

  • Provider explained things clearly

    4.9

  • Provider showed concern

    4.9

  • Provider included you in decisions

    4.9