David Cook, MD

David Cook, MD
Capital Neurology & Headache Center 1219 Walnut Street
Cary, NC 27511

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About David Cook, MD

David Cook, MD practices as a Neurologist in Cary, NC.
Primary Specialty

Neurologist

Practice Capital Neurology & Headache Center
Services David Cook, MD provides neurology services in Cary, NC. A Neurologist is a physician who diagnoses, treats, and manages disorders, disease, and injuries to the nervous system. This includes such areas as the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscles.

Please call David Cook, MD at (919) 460-5405 to schedule an appointment in Cary, NC or to get more information.
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Recent Reviews
He is very caring and more than once gave me extra time, help, and compassion while I was in the middle of some very intense migraines. He's a good egg!
by Deborah
XXX.XXX.155.244
The only bad thing about Dr Cook is that there is only one of him to go around. He is like those doctors you usually only see in movies that seem to care about people's feelings and over-all well-being. He gave me so much "life-advice", motivation and moral support, I kind of wished he would adopt me or something...

I had to move away from the area, and still went back to him for almost a full year for appts... a 3 hour drive away... I actually got a bit teary after my last visit, like I was leaving family or friends behind!
by Emma
XXX.XXX.71.59
In this age where most doctors (especially neurologists) can make you feel like just 'another patient', a faceless patron, a number - Dr Cook (and his entire staff) are welcoming, supportive, and make you feel like a member of the family. Dr Cook will often take lots of extra time to explain the condition in detail, explain alternative treatments, and will partipate/poll outside research studies to look for other treatments. Due to this, you may ocaasionally wait in a nice, comfortably furnished, calmly lit, inviting room while he is assisting other patients. (The office is in a former home, and you will literally wait in a former (bed) room with a couch, seats, bookshelfs with intersting non-medical books, etc.. Definitely not the harsh, flourescent, white walled, uncomfortable "prison cell" most doctor offices use. I almost hesitate to make this recommendation as I fear he may take on too many patients one day...
by Chris
XXX.XXX.111.42