Autonomic and General Neurology


Autonomic Neurology, PLLC

Lindsey Lee Lair, M.D.

Lindsey Lee Lair, M.D.

Board Certified Neurologist

Specializing in autonomic and peripheral nervous system disorders

Fellowship training at BIDMC of Harvard Medical School

Residency training at NYU Medical Center

 

 

Dr. Lair is not currently accepting new patients.

 

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contact@autonomicmd.com                                                                   

fax: (212) 671-1466

 

 

Dr. Lindsey Lee Lair is a board certified adult neurologist who sees patients with all types of diseases affecting the central, peripheral, and autonomic nervous systems.  Dr. Lair is a caring and personable physician who takes the time to listen to patients' concerns and needs, as she appreciates that each patient and medical concern is unique.  Dr. Lair continues her compassion beyond the clinic office as a patient advocate through the American Academy of Neurology (AAN) and as a member of the Founders Club of the AAN Professional Association political action committee.  Dr. Lair is a board member of the New York State Neurological Society, and member of the American Autonomic Society.  Click here to learn more about Dr. Lair.

A patient may seek consultation with a neurologist for conditions such as:

  • Alzheimer’s Disease and other memory problems
  • Back and neck pain
  • Migraine and other headaches
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Parkinson Disease and other movement disorders
  • Peripheral neuropathy and other such numbness or tingling
  • Seizures and Epilepsy
  • Stroke
  • Many other concerns

The autonomic nervous system is responsible for the automatic functions of the body such as sweating, blood pressure, and heart rate control, to name only a few.  A patient may seek consultation with an autonomic specialist for conditions such as:

  • Abnormal Sweating
  • Lightheadedness and dizziness
  • Loss of Consciousness
  • Multiple system atrophy (MSA)
  • Neurocardiogenic syncope (NCS)
  • Postural orthostatic tachycardia  syndrome (POTS)
  • Pure autonomic failure (PAF)
  • Disorders which have autonomic manifestations (Diabetes among others)
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