Clinician, Researcher, Public Health Scientist and Advocate for Patients

David S. Younger MD MPH MS

David S. Younger MD

 

David S. Younger MD  specializes in Neuromuscular Diseases and Neuro-Epidemiology. For the past three decades, his work has focused on disorders triggered by infection and autoimmunity.  Dr. David Younger is a highly trained neurologist and public health authority, and an expert in the use of immunotherapy to treat specialized childhood and adult neurologic disorders. He has authored several books, and over 250 peer-reviewed articles, book chapters, and abstracts. DAVID S. YOUNGER MD is based in NYC
Dr. David S. Younger has been recognized by Neuropathy Commons for his national stature in the field of peripheral neuropathy.  LEARN MORE

And for the unique resources he brings to his patients with neurological Lyme disease.  EXPLORE

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Latest Articles

Upcoming publications

The Autoimmune Brain A Five-Step Plan for Treating Chronic Pain, Depression, Anxiety, Fatigue and Attention Disorders by David S. Younger

The Autoimmune Brain A Five-Step Plan for Treating Chronic Pain, Depression, Anxiety, Fatigue and Attention Disorders by David S. Younger

Latest publications

The Vasculitides Volumes 1 and 2; Second Edition, 2019, Edited by David S. Younger

 

The Science of Medical Cannabis, 2018, by David S. Younger

The Science of Medical Cannabis

Human Lyme Neuroborreliosis, 2015, by David S. Younger

Human Lyme Neuroborreliosis

Twitter

December 03 2019
David S. Younger
Come hear me speak on December 3rd, joining other authors and publicizing and my new book, The Autoimmune Brain. https://t.co/o3cNxyDgly
December 01 2019
David S. Younger
Read newly published guidelines for the use of Antabuse (disulfiram) in Lyme disease and follow me on Twitter for important updates. https://t.co/MteikY28nh
November 23 2019
David S. Younger
Hear my interview of The Autoimmune Brain with Joe Piscopo the day after the book signing event. https://t.co/75mbNRl3EX https://t.co/cltImC2l8X
November 19 2019
David S. Younger
Antibiotics do not prevent post-infectious Lyme immunity. Patients with enhanced immunity are candidates for IVIg therapy. Read about PTLDS on the CDC website and in my new book. https://t.co/5d6oVwR9PS https://t.co/HuckL4cIwD
November 11 2019
David S. Younger
Serial PET/MRI was used to diagnose Lyme encephalopathy and GAD65 autoimmune encephalitis. See my recently published article and upcoming book, The Autoimmune Brain. https://t.co/RG3QguvVU0
November 11 2019
David S. Younger
Common neurotransmitters are serotonin, dopamine, histamine, epinephrine, acetylcholine and norepinephrine, each paired with a receptor. Their balanced flow is disturbed in disease states.