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Daniel Torres, MD

Daniel Torres, MD

Specializing In

  • Neurology


A native New Yorker, Dr. Torres is a board-certified neurologist and a Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine at the NYU Langone Health.

Dr. Torres received his undergraduate degree from Wesleyan University in 2004 with a Bachelor of Arts in Government. Following graduation, he spent two years as a Research Assistant at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and was involved in publications of several articles in peer reviewed journals. He obtained his medical degree from New York University School of Medicine, where he was granted a “Medical Student Leadership Award” from the Latino Mental Health Conference, and completed his internship at the New York Downtown Hospital. He returned to New York University for his neurology residency, where he was named Neurology Chief Resident and granted the “Award for Leadership” from the Department Chair. He remained at New York University to complete his fellowship in neurophysiology with an EMG concentration, and joined the NYU Faculty Practice following the completion of his fellowship in August 2015.

At Concorde Medical Group, Dr. Torres’ practice spans the spectrum of general neurology. The types of conditions he treats and/or evaluates are: Concussion, weakness, numbness and tingling, headaches, vertigo, back and neck pain, carpal tunnel, neuropathy, seizures and epilepsy, problems with walking and balance, tremors and other movement disorders including Parkinson’s disease, double vision or trouble swallowing, dementia and memory loss, stroke and Transient Ischemic Attacks (TIAs), and multiple sclerosis. He also can perform two tests: (1) EMG, a test of muscle and nerve function, and (2) EEG, a test of brain function and for seizure activity.

Medical School

New York University, School of Medicine, MD, 2010


New York Downtown Hospital, 2010-2011


New York University, Neurology, 2011-2014


New York University, Neurophysiology (concentration on EMG), 2014- 2015

Board Certifications

American Board of Internal Medicine, Neurology, 2014