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Dr. Gary P. Kaplan MD

Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology

Hofstra University

HQ Phone: (516) 463-6600

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Hofstra University

1000 Fulton Avenue

Hempstead, New York 11550

United States

Company Description

Hofstra University, located in Hempstead, New York, approximately 25 miles east of Manhattan, is a dynamic private institution where approximately 11,500 students choose from more than 140 undergraduate and 155 graduate programs in liberal arts and scienc ... more

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Background Information

Employment History

Director of Clinical Neurophysiology

North Shore University Hospital

Neurologist

ProHealth Physicians Inc

Affiliations

Advisory Board Member
Maharishi Vedic Education Development Corporation

Board of Advisors Member
David Lynch Foundation

Health Advisor
The US Committee for Stress-Free Schools

Member of Advisory Board
Peace Palace

Member
New York Professionals

Education

BS

biology

Cornell University

M.D.

Hofstra University School of Medicine

M.D.

New York University Medical School

M.D.

New York University School of Medicine

M.D. Neurologist

NYU Medical School

MD

University of Miami PhD

Master of Medicine

PhD

neural science

Washington University

Stephen Collins Stephen

medical degree

University of Miami

Web References (193 Total References)


Dr. Kaplan:There is evidence ...

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Dr. Kaplan:There is evidence now from a well-controlled scientific study published in Archives of Internal Medicine in 2006 that the TM technique can reduce the components of "metabolic syndrome," a major cause of poor health and premature death.

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Gary P. Kaplan, M.D., Ph.D. is a neurologist and Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology at Hofstra University School of Medicine. He is also a recipient of the Albert H. Douglas Award from the Medical Society of the State of New York for outstanding achievements as a clinical teacher interested in promoting and improving the medical education of physicians.


Dr. Kaplan:There is evidence ...

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Dr. Kaplan:There is evidence now from a well-controlled scientific study published in Archives of Internal Medicine in 2006 that the TM technique can reduce the components of "metabolic syndrome," a major cause of poor health and premature death.

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Gary P. Kaplan, M.D., Ph.D. is a neurologist and Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology at Hofstra University School of Medicine. He is also a recipient of the Albert H. Douglas Award from the Medical Society of the State of New York for outstanding achievements as a clinical teacher interested in promoting and improving the medical education of physicians.


About Us | Center for Leadership Performance

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Gary Kaplan, M.D., Ph.D. Neurologist, Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology Hofstra University School of Medicine


Why TM | Center for Leadership Performance

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DR. KAPLAN is a neurologist, neuroscientist, educator, and Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology at Hofstra University School of Medicine. He is the former Director of Clinical Neurophysiology at North Shore University Hospital and also the recipient of the Albert H. Douglas Award from the Medical Society of the State of New York.

"The TM technique simply and naturally allows the mind to settle down to experience a state of inner coherence and calm during which time the left and right hemispheres, and the front and back of the brain begin to work in harmony with each other. This brain wave coherence has been correlated with improvements in memory, problem-solving and decision-making abilities. In fact, everything good about the brain depends on its coherent, orderly functioning. This change in brain functioning also affects the rest of the physiology, reducing high blood pressure, strengthening the heart, and overall improving health."-Gary Kaplan, M.D., Ph.D.


Dr. Kaplan:There is evidence ...

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Dr. Kaplan:There is evidence now from a well-controlled scientific study published in Archives of Internal Medicine in 2006 that the TM technique can reduce the components of "metabolic syndrome," a major cause of poor health and premature death.

...
Gary P. Kaplan, M.D., Ph.D. is a neurologist and Associate Professor of Clinical Neurology at Hofstra University School of Medicine. He is also a recipient of the Albert H. Douglas Award from the Medical Society of the State of New York for outstanding achievements as a clinical teacher interested in promoting and improving the medical education of physicians.

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