Meet Dr. Nath

Dr. NathDr. Rahul K. Nath specializes in reconstructive microsurgery. Board-Certified by the American Board of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, he has been in practice for over 22 years. As the Institute Director and Founder of Texas Nerve & Paralysis Institute, he brings his extensive experience with nerve reconstruction surgery techniques. Dr. Nath has treated several thousand children and adults with nerve injury.

After earning his medical degree from Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago, IL, he continued his training at Northwestern University in Boston, MA and Washington University in St. Louis, MO. During his studies and training, he focused on surgical techniques and reconstructive surgery.

Dr. Nath founded Texas Nerve & Paralysis Institute to focus on the surgical treatment of peripheral nerve injuries including foot drop, winged scapula, shoulder injury and brachial plexus injuries. Treatment of patients involves both non-surgical and surgical options. Every case is complex in nature and is handled individually. Careful evaluation will look at all symptoms experienced and assess any physical abnormalities that are present to put you or your child on the right path to recovery for long-term results. All treatment plans are based on statistical analysis and up-to-date scientific studies to manage instances of varying types of nerve injuries. Dr. Nath is the only surgeon at the practice, and an amazing physical therapy team on location compliments his treatment plans.

Texas Nerve & Paralysis Institute’s main office is located inside the Texas Medical Center in Houston, TX. Dr. Nath also participates in many outreach events at locations across the country. Telemedicine is also offered via video consultation, and all initial consultations are always free. Surgeries are performed at both Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, TX and Tenet St. Mary’s Medical Center in West Palm Beach, FL.

To be evaluated by Dr. Nath, please call our office at 855-377-2212 or fill out our contact form.