Dr. Raja Mehanna is an assistant professor at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth.
Board certified in neurology, Dr. Mehanna sees patients 18 years and older. For tics, dystonia and Huntington’s Disease, Dr. Mehanna treats all ages.
Dr. Mehanna is dedicated to providing his patients expert diagnosis in all aspects of movement disorders and offering individualized treatment options. He emphasizes listening to his patients and patient education. He speaks French, Arabic and conversational Spanish.
A Houston resident, Dr. Mehanna is married and has two children.
In his spare time, he enjoys skiing, swimming, diving, classical music and is interested in history, ecology and theology.
St. Joseph University School of Medicine, 2005
Baylor College of Medicine, 2011
Baylor College of Medicine, 2012
Cleveland Clinic, 2013
Dean Teaching’s excellence award, McGovern Medical School-2016-2017
Faculty teaching award, University of Texas, Neurology Department-May 2015
Featured in “Top Neurologists of the World”-2015
Featured in Marquis’ “Who’s Who in America”-2015
Rolak Resident Teaching Award, BCM neurology-May 2011
Resident Teaching Award, BCM neurology-May 2010
Resident Teaching Award, BCM neurology-June 2009
American Academy of Neurology-since 2007
Member of the movement disorders, geriatric and ethic sections of the AAN-since 2016
Movement Disorders Society-since 2013
Member of the functional neurosurgery working group-since 2016
Parkinson’s Study Group-since 2014
Texas Neurological Society-since 2016