Neurologist joins Health Quest Medical Practice in Kingston



Kingston, N.Y. – Dr. Shany David recently joined Health Quest Medical Practice in its Division of Neurology.


He sees patients at the medical practice’s 365 Broadway, Kingston location and is on the medical staff of Northern Dutchess Hospital in Rhinebeck.


“It is my privilege to bring my passion for neurology to Health Quest Medical Practice and to serve our community and its families,” the neurologist said.


David’s special interests include the treatment of headaches, peripheral neuropathy and epilepsy. He is trained in spasticity, a muscle control disorder, dystonia, a movement disorder, and migraines, including Botox injections as treatment.


He recently relocated to Port Ewen from New York City, where he worked for  Neurological Associates of New York and served as an attending physician at Lenox Hill Hospital in Manhattan. He completed his residency in neurology at Northwell Health’s Long Island Jewish Health System and an internship at Stamford Hospital in Connecticut.


David holds a medical degree from the School of Medicine at Stony Brook University Medical Center in Suffolk County.


He enjoys gardening, swimming, road biking and travel, and speaks Russian. During his medical training, he collaborated in the development of an annual volunteer mission to Israel with Save a Child’s Heart Foundation. The organization helps impoverished children fly to Israel to receive free life-saving surgery.


David’s office can be reached via or by calling 845-331-5165 (TTY: 800-421-1220).



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