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Jason T. Poon, MD

Specialties:

Neurology and Multiple Sclerosis

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Conditions Treated

clinically isolated syndrome, CNS demyelinating disease, myelin oligodendrocyte glycoprotein antibody-associated disease, optic neuritis, radiographically isolated syndrome, transverse myelitis, tumefactive MS, neuromyelitis optic spectrum disorder, headaches, multiple sclerosis, neurological movement disorders, and general neurology

Procedures Performed

botox injection for migraine, botox injection for spasticity, and occipital nerve blocks

Contact Information

  • Office: 425-899-5350
  • Fax: 425-899-5355

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Gender:

Male

Languages:

English

Interpretation Services Available

Board Certification

Board Certified in Neurology

Experience

Dr. Jason Poon has been practicing adult neurology and neuroimmunology since 2021 after completing a clinical fellowship and residency at the University of Utah. Dr. Poon's practice includes a range of central nervous system demyelinating diseases including Multiple Sclerosis. He also provides a full range of neurological care and treatments including botulinum toxin for migraine headache and lumbar punctures.

Clinical Expertise

Multiple sclerosis
Adult neurology
Headaches
Neuroimmunology

Philosophy of Care

Before medical school, I worked in a restaurant my family owned in Lake City Way, Seattle called Ying's Drive-In. As a part of the interdependence of being a part of a small business and, when my father fell ill, we were faced with worrying for a sick family member while dealing with instability in our livelihood. During that time, I admired his neurologist's ability to guide us through our treatment options and disease course and this ultimately led me to be a physician. Throughout my time caring for persons with MS, I found the experience of giving my patients the information they need to make their own decisions regarding their care to be reminiscent of my own experiences with my father, the very reason I went into medicine and neurology.
The field of neuroimmunology is extremely dynamic, and it is my privilege to be a part of the entire process a patient might face ranging from differentiating between demyelinating disease and their mimics, to management of immunomodulation, and understanding the process of rehabilitation so that patient can regain their quality of life. I am committed to the longitudinal care of my patients.

Experience

Year began practicing: 2021

Medical School

University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry | Rochester, NY

Residency

University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals (adult neurology) | Salt Lake City, UT

Fellowship

University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals (neuroimmunology) | Salt Lake City, UT

Internship

University of Utah Affiliated Hospitals (internal medicine) | Salt Lake City, UT

Personal Information

I grew up in the Northgate community of Seattle and my family lives in the region. I love the diversity of the Pacific Northwest in terms of its peoples, activities and access to the water, mountains and forests.  My hobbies are cooking, cycling, hiking and board games. I have a passion for badminton and played in college and medical school.