Dr. Richard L.Cho
Dr. Richard Cho received his B.S. in Chemical and Biomedical Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University. Prior to entering medical school, Dr. Cho spent time in Africa providing medical care and humanitarian aid. Dr. Cho received his M.D. from Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia and completed his internal medicine internship at Lankenau Hospital. He completed his neurology residency at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia. He then completed a fellowship in sleep medicine at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago.
During the course of his fellowship, Dr. Cho received extensive training in the evaluation and treatment of patients with complex sleep problems. His areas of interest in sleep medicine include REM sleep behavior disorder, narcolepsy, complex sleep apnea, restless legs syndrome, and the parasomnias. Dr. Cho is board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and has added board certification in Sleep Medicine. Dr. Cho serves as the Medical Director for the Sleep Diagnostic and Treatment Center, which utilizes a state-of-the-art four-bed sleep laboratory.
Dr. Cho can be seen in our Reston office. In addition to patients with sleep disorders, Dr. Cho treats patients with headaches, neck and back pain, epilepsy, stroke, memory loss, and movement disorders. Dr. Cho has been recognized in Top Doctors lists by Castle Connolly, Washingtonian Magazine, Northern Virginia Magazine, and The Washington Post Magazine's Super Doctors®, Washington, DC-Baltimore-Northern Virginia Rising Stars.
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