Dr. Aung-Din has practiced General Neurology
& Neuro-Psychiatry in Sarasota, FL for over 30 years.

He is board-certified by American Board of
Psychiatry & Neurology and member of
 American Academy of Neurology.

Dr. Aung-Din treats neurological and neuro-psychiatric
conditions in both adults and children.
He particularly specializes in autism spectrum disorder,
seizures, headaches, stroke, pain and fibromyalgia,
and peripheral neuropathy; but sees patients
within the whole spectrum of nervous system disorders.

He is the holder of 13 US and foreign patents
related to the novel Direct Effects delivery of drugs
treating neurological disorders, where the
bloodstream is uninvolved. 

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Dr. Aung-Din has practiced General Neurology
& Neuro-Psychiatry in Sarasota, FL for over 25 years.

He is board-certified by American Board of
Psychiatry & Neurology and member of
 American Academy of Neurology.

Dr. Aung-Din treats neurological and neuro-psychiatric
conditions in both adults and children.
He particularly specializes in autism spectrum disorder,
seizures, headaches, stroke, pain and fibromyalgia,
and peripheral neuropathy; but sees patients
within the whole spectrum of nervous system disorders.

He is the holder of 13 US and foreign patents
related to the novel Direct Effects delivery of drugs
treating neurological disorders, where the
bloodstream is uninvolved. 

Learn More 
Dr. Aung-Din has practiced General Neurology
& Neuro-Psychiatry in Sarasota, FL for over 25 years.

He is board-certified by American Board of
Psychiatry & Neurology and member of
 American Academy of Neurology.

Dr. Aung-Din treats neurological and neuro-psychiatric
conditions in both adults and children.
He particularly specializes in autism spectrum disorder,
seizures, headaches, stroke, pain and fibromyalgia,
and peripheral neuropathy; but sees patients
within the whole spectrum of nervous system disorders.

He is the holder of 13 US and foreign patents
related to the novel Direct Effects delivery of drugs
treating neurological disorders, where the
bloodstream is uninvolved. 

Learn More