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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Neurology and Pediatric Neurology

Specialty Focus: Concussion, Trauma, Whiplash, T.B.I., Post-Concussion Syndrome, Sequellae, P.T.S.D., Headache, Mood and Neurocognitive Disorders from Trauma, Dizziness, Injury Assessment, MRI Review Brain and Spine

Education: MD, Ohio State University Medical School; Neurology Residency, The Cleveland Clinic; Surgery Internship, George Washington University Hospital; Epilepsy Fellowship, Children's Hospital, Harvard Science

Years in Practice: 52

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 30

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Robert M. Cain, MD Board Certified Neurologist Profile: Dr. Cain is a board-certified neurologist with over 50 years of experience in medicine and neurology. He has been in continuous practice in Austin, Texas since 1973. Dr. Cain has vast experience in all areas of adult and pediatric neurology and has provided professional consultation on over 800 forensic cases in the past five years to both defendant and plaintiff. Consultations include a comprehensive in-depth review of the medical records and depositions. He uses evidence-based medicine to support his conclusions and opinions. He is skilled in traumatic brain injury, post-concussion syndrome, epilepsy, post-traumatic headaches, neurocognitive deficits from trauma, depression, dizziness, whiplash, spine, and extremity injury, and MRI scan interpretation. He excels at finding and describing the most pertinent medical facts of the case. Dr. Cain is steady and holds his ground at deposition. He is a graduate of Ohio State University and an intern at the University Hospital in Washington, D.C. He was a neurology fellow at the Cleveland Clinic and a pediatric neurology fellow at the National Children’s Hospital in Washington, D.C. He served on the epilepsy unit of the Children’s Hospital in Boston, Harvard Service. He was on the Texas State Board in Multiple Sclerosis and Neurofibromatosis. He is a founding memory of the Texas Neurological Society.