Welcome to Pima Neurology
Dr Moeen Din, M.D., received his Neurology training at Downstate University Medical Center in New York, one of the busiest hospitals in New York, with very rare patient diagnoses. He completed his Multiple Sclerosis and Neuro-Immunology Fellowship at Wayne State University School of Medicine, in Michigan.
Before moving to Tucson, he had been in private practice with The Top Neurology group in not only New York City, but the world. He has gained a lot of knowledge through this impeccable experience with these highly trained colleagues in New York. With this experience and these life-long colleagues, he is able to serve you and provide you with the best care possible! He has tremendous experience in cutting edge research in the field of neurology and strives to stay on top of the latest advances in treatments.
Neurologist, Moeen Din, M.D., considers issues of the nervous system as a puzzle that requires skill and knowledge to solve. He chooses Neurology as a specialty because of his interest in the complexities of the nervous system. The practice of Neurology covers a wide variety of conditions and Dr Din is especially interested in treating patients with Stroke, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy, Neuropathy, Spine Disorders and Headaches.
His patients consider him extremely competent and trust his judgement. He is committed to providing high-quality medical care to his patients and to determine the best course of treatment based on the individual case.
He is board-certified in Neurology. A fellow of the American Academy of Neurology and an expert in Multiple Sclerosis. He was awarded Top Neurology Doctor by his New York Patients in 2011 and 2010.
Polina Samoylova is a board-certified Family Nurse Practitioner with over 25 years of healthcare experience including neurological ICU in Barrows Neurological Institution (Phoenix). She started her nursing career in Ukraine, then completed her Bachelor of Science in Nursing at the Grand Canyon University and earned her Master of Science in Nursing at Northern Arizona University.
“I love my profession, deeply care about my patients and grateful for the opportunity to share my knowledge, to support, and to improve patients quality of life.”