Nirav Pavasia, MD

General Neurology, Movement Disorders

Dr. Nirav Pavasia's unwavering dedication to the field of Movement Disorders stems from his passion for overcoming the challenges posed by Parkinson's Disease, Essential Tremor, and various other movement disorders.

With a strong belief in a multidisciplinary approach to patient care, he forms deep connections with his patients, fostering a compassionate and personalized healing journey.

Affectionately known as “Dr. P” by some of his patients, he is highly skilled in managing individuals undergoing Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) therapy, ensuring meticulous initial programming and comprehensive follow-up care. Dr. Pavasia also employs Botulinum Toxin Therapy to effectively treat dystonia, spasticity, blepharospasm, hemifacial spasm, and migraine headaches. His expertise extends to encompass other neurodegenerative disorders, including stroke, Alzheimer’s disease, Lewy Body Dementia, and more.

Embodying a commitment to staying at the forefront of the field, Dr. Pavasia actively engages in state-of-the-art research initiatives aimed at finding novel ways to treat Parkinson’s Disease and other movement disorders.

As a prominent figure in Parkinson’s disease care, Dr. Pavasia serves on the board of DAPS (Dallas Area Parkinson’s Society), playing a crucial role in enhancing support and resources for patients and their families. Furthermore, he dedicates his time to providing continued education on movement disorders throughout the community, ensuring that the latest advancements in treatment reach those who need it most.

Beyond his professional pursuits, Dr. Pavasia finds joy in exploring the world with his beloved wife and two beautiful children. He refers to himself as an avid enthusiast of professional football. He also enjoys the adventure of trying out various ethnic foods. Notably, his fascination with the Solar System has led him to explore the captivating field of astronomy.

In conclusion, Dr. Nirav Pavasia is a compassionate and accomplished physician dedicated to pioneering research and finding innovative ways to treat Parkinson’s Disease and movement disorders. His involvement in cutting-edge research, along with his commitment to community education and support, demonstrates his commitment to improving lives and pushing the boundaries of medical science.


  • Neurology Residency at Medical College of Georgia
  • Movement Disorders Fellowship at Medical College of Georgia


  • Board certified in Neurology, additional certification in Movement Disorders

Hospital Affiliation

  • Texas Health Presbyterian Dallas
  • Medical City Dallas Hospital

Language(s) Spoken

  • English
  • Gujarati
  • Hindi


Our company policy requires all non-English speaking individuals to bring their own translator to appointments. This policy is in place to adhere to HIPAA standards and ensure that protected health information (PHI) and correct medical information is accurately conveyed. Our physicians are limited to communicating in English only, as we do not have certified translators on staff, and we strive to prevent any potential misunderstandings of medical information for the safety and well-being of our patients.