Lenny Cohen, MD, is a top-ranked, award-winning neurologist who leads the practice at Chicago Neurological Services in Chicago and Oak Park, Illinois. Dr. Cohen is an expert physician who has spent more than a decade committed to personalized care that helps each of his Chicagoland patients understand their condition, feel their best, and live each day comfortably. He offers the latest technology for treatment and stays up to date with the latest research.
Dr. Cohen started his medical education in Russia where he was born and raised. At the age of 20, he moved to New York City to pursue his passion for medicine. He earned his medical degree from the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in Sint Maarten. He completed his residency in neurology at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia, and is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology.
Since 2007, Dr. Cohen has been on staff at Rush Oak Park Hospital in Oak Park. He is highly respected amongst his peers and patients and in addition to founding Chicago Neurological Services, Dr. Cohen is also the founder of Lakeshore Hyperbaric Center in Chicago. Dr. Cohen’s quality of care has been recognized with numerous honors, including Patients’ Choice and On-Time Doctor awards.
Dr. Cohen uses advanced science and a devotion to personalized care to offer men and women a unique approach focused on their long-term health and well-being. His focus is merging traditional medicine with alternative therapy. He’s fluent in Russian, as well as English, and welcomes new patients to Chicago Neurological Services.
He listens to all of the issues associated with your reason for visit & runs appropriate tests. I would highly recommend Dr. Cohen for any neurological services."
"He spent a great deal of time learning about medical history & current health issues. We felt very confident that we were in great hands. Highly recommend this him!"
"Dr. Cohen was great & answered all of my questions. He also went over all my medications & medical history to make sure oxygen treatment was safe for me."