Dr. Klein spoke to the Calgary Neuropathy Association on research into neuropathy and the medications that are used to treat the symptoms.
Dr. Klein’s Power Point
Dr. Klein’s Bio (U of Calgary)
Dr. Klein is an alumnus of Keble College, Oxford, and a graduate of Westminster Medical School, University of London. He completed his neurology training at the University of Calgary, followed by a fellowship in Clinical Neurophysiology.
Dr. Klein is a clinical neurophysiologist active in the EMG clinics and EEG interpretation. He is also a participant in the Calgary Stroke Program and the General Neurology Clinic, Alberta Health Services.
In addition to his clinical duties, Dr. Klein is actively involved in clinical research, primarily through the Stroke Program and the Stroke Prevention Clinic, but also evaluates patients for research studies in Clinical Neurophysiology.