About Doctor Daniel

Britt Talley Daniel MD is a practicing neurologist from Dallas, Texas. Trained in medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston and in neurology at the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Daniel served his country as a staff neurologist LCDR, USNR at Balboa Hospital in San Diego, California during the Vietnam war.

After this he was on the senior staff as a neurologist at Scott and White Clinic in Temple, Texas and an Associate Professor of Neurology at Texas A&M University Medical School. Moving to Dallas to start a private practice, Dr. Daniel taught at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School as a Clinical Associate Professor of Neurology. Currently he is a member of the American Academy of Neurology, the American Headache Society, and the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine. His EMG lab has been declared an Accredited Laboratory of Exemplary Status.

Married and with 5 grown children, Dr. Daniel is a lifelong folksinger and guitar picker. He is the author of 5 medical textbooks: Migraine 1st and 2 editions, Transient Global Amnesia, and 3 volumes in the Mini Neurology Series: Volume 1 Migraine, Volume 2 Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, and Volume 3 Panic Disorder. He has written a trans-generational novel about a medical family from England who relocates to America aboard the haunted Titanic, entitled: Titanic: Answer from the Deep. He has published three stories about a mystery solving physician entitled: The Mysteries of MacArthur Donne, Book 1 And If Thine Eye Offend Thee, Book 2 The Case of the Organic Chemist, and Book 3 The Spanish Flu--1918.

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