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Thomas L Davis, MD


Professor of Neurology; Chief, Division of Movement Disorders

4.8 4.8 309 ratings

Insurance plans accepted

Insurance plans accepted

Areas of Expertise

Movement Disorders

Board Certificates

Neurology - American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, 1988


MD - University of Mississippi, 1985
Fellowship - National Institutes of Health, 1990
Residency - Vanderbilt University Medical Center, 1988
Internship - University of Mississippi Medical Center, 1986


Vanderbilt Neurology
Vanderbilt Neurosciences
1301 Medical Center Drive
Suite 3930
Nashville, TN 37232

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Patient Comments

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Thomas Davis work great with me show that really care about me and my health . That mean a lot to me and my Dad for having someone to care me in that way.
Patient | January 4, 2018

This was my first visit with Dr. Davis, I was quite happy with his demeanor and just how he treated me.
Patient | November 17, 2017

I seemed to have his undivided attention.
Patient | October 20, 2017

Always good.
Patient | August 1, 2017

Dr. Davis always listens and seems concerned about my medical issues.
Patient | July 20, 2017

My husband has Parkinson's Disease & he seems to know a lot about it.
Patient | June 14, 2017

they do a good job with me here
Patient | June 12, 2017

As noted earlier, Dr. Thomas L. Davis, is an excellent neurologist who is an excellent communicator. I trust him with my life. Enough said!
Patient | May 5, 2017

Thomas Davis treat me very well when he give the botox treatment to me and he give the shots gentle to me with hurting me.
Patient | April 28, 2017

I worked with Kelley Arney too - Who was also great!
Patient | April 25, 2017

It is a pleasure to meet with my provider for an appointment.
Patient | April 17, 2017

Great dr.
Patient | March 27, 2017

Always talk good or recommend Dr. Davis to other friends of my _____ or Parkinson's disease or E Dr.
Patient | March 8, 2017

All good.
Patient | February 21, 2017