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Label, Lorne S., Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, Chapter 43B, Repetitive Motion Disorders, August 2005, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head & Brain, Chapter 143, Parkinson’s Disease, August 2005, Volume 4, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head & Brain, Chapter 85, Medical Treat of Acute Head Injuries, August 2005, Volume 3, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head & Brain, Chapter 46, Brain Damage Associated with Anesthesia, February 2005, Volume 2, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Injuries and Disorders in the Elderly, Chapter 19, Pain in the Elderly, October 2004, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Pain and Suffering, Chapter 17, Causalgia, Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy and Related Syndromes, October 2004, Volume 4, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head & Brain, Chapter 35, Pathophysiology of Brain Injury, February 2004, Volume 1, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head & Brain, Chapter 31, Mechanisms of Head Injury, February 2004, Volume 1, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Occupational Injuries and Illnesses, Chapter 23, Cerebral Deficits Following Head Injury, August 2003, Volume 2, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Death, Chapter 1B, The Brain and Death, June 2003, Volume 3, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Attorneys’ Textbook of Medicine, Chapter 85, the Neurologic Examination, December 2002, Volume II, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head & Brain, Chapter 139, The Brain-Injured Neonate, August 2002, Volume 3, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head & Brain, Chapter 77, Diagnostic Imaging, August 2002, Volume 2, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Attorneys’ Textbook of Medicine, Chapter 17, Congenital Anomalies and Developmental Defects, March 2002, Volume 5, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Attorneys Textbook of Medicine, Chapter 10A, Whiplash Injuries and Whiplash Associated Disorders, December 2001, Volume 4, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Pain and Suffering, Chapter 52, Pain due to Spinal Cord Injury, October 2001,Volume 4B, Matthew Bender
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head & Brain, Chapter 120, Postconcussion Syndrome, August 2001, Volume 3, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head & Brain, Chapter 70, Diagnosis of Brain Damage, August 2001, Volume 2, LexisNexis
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine - Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, Chapter 49, Courtroom Medicine-Head and Brain, August 1998, Volume 2, Matthew Bender
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine - The Neck, Chapter 42, Neurological Diseases and Disorders, March 1998, Volume 3, Matthew Bender
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Pain and Suffering, Chapter 47, Ocular Pain, May 1997, Volume 4B, Matthew Bender
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine - Pain and Suffering, Chapter 17B, Trigeminal Nerve Pain, May 1997, Volume 4, Matthew Bender
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Pain and Suffering, Chapter 123, Evaluation of Disability, October 1996, Volume 4C, Matthew Bender
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine - Pain and Suffering, Chapter 43, Cancer Pain October 1996, Volume 4B, Matthew Bender
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine – Head and Brain, Chapter 200A, Temporomandibular Joint Disorders, August 1996, Volume 4, Matthew Bender
Label, Lorne S., Courtroom Medicine - Head and Brain, Chapter 200, Introduction to Facial Injuries, August 1996, Volume 4, Matthew Bender
Label, Lorne S., Medical Editor & Contributor, Chapter 71, Stereotactic Neurosurgery for Medical Malpractice Guide to Medical Issues, May 1996, Volume 4, Matthew Bender

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Dr. Label edits articles for Attorney's Textbooks of Medicine.

Question & Answer

What is a neurologist?

A neurologist is a medical doctor with specialized training in diagnosing, treating and managing disorders of the brain and nervous system. Pediatric neurologist are doctors with specialized training in children’s neurological disorders.

A neurologist’s education background and medical training includes an undergraduate degree, four years of medical school, one year internship and three years of specialized training in neurology, fellowship training is an additional year of further specialized training; such as neuro-muscular, stroke, epilepsy or movement disorders.

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Contact Info

Dr. Lorne Label, M.D., M.B.A., F.A.A.N.

2100 Lynn Road, Suite 230
Thousand Oaks, CA 91360

Phone: 805-497-4500

Fax: 805-495-1717