Salima Brillman, MD
Dr. Salima Brillman is a board-certified neurologist with a fellowship in movement disorders. She began her higher education by completing a BA in Psychology at Loyola Marymount University. She then obtained a Master’s degree in Neuroscience at the University of Hartford. During her time in Connecticut, she realized her passion for the brain and began to forge her path toward medical school to become a neurologist by enrolling in Columbia University’s Post Baccalaureate Pre-Medical Program. She then moved to Guadalajara, Mexico where she attended medical school and completed a Fifth pathway program through New York Medical College. She then moved to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania where she completed her residency and fellowship. During her career, she has been fortunate to serve communities in North Dakota, Miami, Boca Raton and Northern California. Recognizing the need for comprehensive and continuous care for people with movement disorders, Dr. Brillman became one of the first concierge movement disorder neurologists in the Bay Area, seeing patients in her office, in their homes or via telemedicine. Her interests are not only in the motor aspects of movement disorders, but the vast non-motor elements that accompany each disease state. Her passion is educating, empowering and advocating for her people with movement disorders and their families.