“It’s important for care to be patient-oriented, meeting both the psychological and physical needs of the patient.”
“Neurology is my primary specialty, covering
headaches, back pain, seizures, muscle
weakness, numbness, Parkinson’s Disease,
multiple sclerosis, dizziness and brain tumors,”
says Dr. Biswas. “Sleep medicine is my
sub-specialty within neurology. It involves
caring for patients with disorders like sleep
apnea, narcolepsy, excessive daytime
sleepiness, insomnia, restless leg syndrome
His additional training in clinical
neurophysiology allows him to be skilled at
diagnosing neurological and sleep disorders.
Dr. Biswas conducts sleep studies, interprets
EEGs and examines patients to determine
their conditions and best courses of treatment.
He also participates in clinical research and is medical director of the sleep disorders centers at The Diagnostic & Treatment Center and Howard Young Medical Center.
Dr. Biswas and his wife, a physician specializing in sports medicine and physical rehabilitation, have two children, both boys. As a family they like to travel, cook and play soccer. He’s a big sports fan in general, playing in fantasy sports leagues throughout the year.
Dr. Biswas is board certified in neurology, clinical neurophysiology and sleep medicine. He earned his medical degree at Maulana Azad Medical College in New Delhi. He completed a neurology residency at New Jersey Medical School and fellowship in clinical neurophysiology and sleep medicine at Robert Wood Johnson Medical School in Missouri. He also enjoys teaching residents and medical students and has an honorary faculty position with the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health.