Neil W.Crowe, MD

Vice President, Winchester Neurological Consultants, Partner since 1990
Director of EMG/EDX and MS Clinic



General Neurology

Migraine Clinic

MS Clinic


Sleep Disorders Clinic

Vascular Ultrasound

Clinical Research Studies/ Clinical Interests:
Electrodiagnostic Medicine, Electrophysiology, Multiple Sclerosis, NeuroImaging, General Neurology

Education and Training:
Doctorate of Medicine, University of Kentucky College of Medicine
BS Electrical Engineering, University of Kentucky

Fellowship, Clinical Electrophysiology, University of Kentucky
Residency, Neurology, Wake Forest University

Board Certifications:
American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine
United Council for Neurologic Subspecialties - NeuroImaging Certification
American Board of Sleep Medicine
American Board of Psychiatry and Medicine

State Licensures:

Licensed Physician, State of Virginia

Professional Committees/Society Memberships:
American Academy of Neurology
Virginia Neurological Society - Past President
Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers - Biomedical Section
American Society of Neuroimaging - Membership Committee
American Association of Electrodiagnostic Medicine


  • ​The National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke rt-PA Stroke Study Group (Winchester Medical Center, participating site): Tissue Plasminogen Activator For Acute Ischemic Stroke. NEJM 333:1581-1587, 1995.
  • Contributor to: The Critical Care Drug Handbook, Ron Zaloga, M.D., ed., Mosby Yearbook, St. Louis, 1991.
  • Intrachiasmal Hemorrhage:  A Cause of Delayed Post-Traumatic Blindness.  Neurology 1989;39:863-865.