Dr. Dhuna received his medical degree from the United Kingdom at the University of Wales College of Medicine. He completed his Neurology Residency and Epilepsy Fellowship at the University of Minnesota.
After the appointment of Assistant Professor at the University of Minnesota, he started his private practice in Southeast Iowa in 1994.
Presently, he is the director of Inpatient Rehabilitation, Sleep Lab and EEG Lab and Primary Stroke Program at Great River Medical Center. He is also the Director of the Sleep Lab at the Keokuk Area Hospital and Ft. Madison Community Hospital. Dr Dhuna is Board Certified in Neurology, Clinical Neurophysiology, Sleep Medicine and in NeuroRehabilitation.
Dr. Raval has been practicing neurology for over 25 years. He was most recently employed at Yankton Medical Center in South Dakota. Prior to that, he practiced neurology at Trimark Physician Group in Fort Dodge for eighteen years.
Dr. Raval completed his residency in Neurology at the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. He also completed a fellowship in Neurophysiology at the University of South Alabama Medical Center. Dr. Raval is board eligible in Internal Medicine and Neurology. Dr. and Mrs. Raval are very happy to be returning to Iowa where both of their sons reside.
Dr. Neekhra is one of the few physicians who were trained completely both in Neurology and Ophthalmology. After receiving training in ophthalmology and retina, he worked as a clinical instructor in retinal diseases at University of California and in ophthalmic pathology at University of Wisconsin. He did his neurology residency at University of Louisville and Saint Louis University.
He has been involved in several publications encompassing retinal/macular diseases of eye and neurological disorders. He treats patients with macular degeneration, neuro-ophthalmic diseases, seizure disorders, stroke, retinal and neuro-degenerative diseases, multiple sclerosis, diabetic retinopathy, neuromuscular diseases, uveitis, headache, neuro-infectious and neuro-immunological diseases.