David Greeley, M.D., FAAN
Dr. Greeley was born and raised in Seattle, Washington, and graduated from the University of Washington in 1985 with a Bachelor's degree in Music Theory and History. He went on to the University of Washington School of Medicine graduating in 1989.
After medical school he spent the next four years completing his internship and residency in Neurology at the University of Wisconsin Hospital and Clinic system in Madison, Wisconsin with an added post-residency position as Honorary Assistant House Physician at the prestigious National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, England, where he gained added qualifications in the care of patients with movement disorders.
Directly after training he moved to Spokane, Washington, to join a multi-specialty clinic where he worked as a general neurologist for six years as well as serving as the first director of clinical research for the clinic.
He moved into private practice in Spokane in 1999, developing Northwest Neurological, PLLC and laying the foundations for the Washington Medical building and Northwest Collaborative Care (a 501c3 non-profit organization dedicated to providing care to patients with neurodegenerative diseases).
Dr. Greeley is involved in education and training of Medical Students as a Clinical Assistant Professor in Neurology at the UW and also holds an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor in Pharmacy position at WSU.
Dr. Greeley continues to take care of patients throughout the whole field of outpatient Neurology with a special interest in patients with movement disorders and dementia. He has been doing botulinum toxin injections (Botox®, Xeomin® and Myobloc®) for over 20 years injecting patients with cervical dystonia, blepharospasm, writer's cramp, hemifacial spasm and spasmodic dysphonia just to name a few.
Jeffrey Emery, DO
Dr. Emery was born and raised in the greater Portland, OR area and graduated from Westmont College in 1994 with a Bachelor's degree in Chemistry. He went on to study medicine at the Kirksville College of Osteopathic Medicine, the founding school of osteopathic medicine located in Kirksville, MO.
After graduating from medical school in 1999 he moved back to Portland, OR to complete three years of internship and residency in family medicine at Eastmoreland Hospital, where he served as chief resident during his final year of residency.
Following the completion of his residency in 2002 he came to Spokane, WA where he served four years in the United States Air Force as a family physician at Fairchild Air Force Base. Upon completion of his military service, he entered private practice and served as a family physician for the next 6 years before deciding to focus his professional efforts in the area of preventative medicine with a special focus of combating dementia, cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
Dr. Emery joined NWN in 2013 to advance his preventive medicine practice in which he uses advanced laboratory diagnostics to identify patients' hidden risks of future diseases such as dementia, heart attack, stroke and diabetes. He is passionate about developing individually specific treatment programs designed to go well beyond the 'standard-of-care', combat a patient's underlying risk factors of future disease and allow individuals to enjoy their optimal health for years to come.
Jamie Mark, MSN, ARNP
Since 2000, Jamie has worked at Northwest Neurological, PLLC as an advanced registered nurse practitioner. She is especially interested in deep brain stimulation (DBS), and her patients greatly enjoy her care! Jamie is currently on the Parkinson's Resource Center's board of directors and is a former board member of the local Alzheimer's Association chapter. Jamie has also achieved national recognition for her work in the programming and management of DBS patients.
Dwain Judah, PA-C
Dwain Judah, PA-C, received his Physician's Assistant training from the University of Washington. He has an extensive medical military background taking him from Florida to Texas to Korea. He and his family settled in Washington State in 1991. His experience ranges from Emergency Room Technician to rotations in neurology and behavioral medicine. In 1996, Dwain received the American Red Cross Lifesaver in the Line of Duty Award. In 2006, he transitioned to a civilian provider. He joined Northwest Neurological, PLLC in 2010.