Carmen Ramirez, MD is a board-certified neurologist and Florida native who serves as the Director of Neurology and the Traumatic Brain Injury Program at University Orthopedic Care. 

Dr. Ramirez received a B.S. in microbiology and immunology from the University of Miami. She left the sunshine University of Ottawa School of Medicine where she received her Master's of Science in Pharmacology and her Doctorate in Medicine, M.D. She performed her internship training in Internal Medicine at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Dr. Ramirez then completed her Neurology residency; also at University of Miami. Subsequently, Dr. Ramirez served as an Assistant Professor at the Texas A&M University Health Science Center where she also served as a clinical neurologist. She was employed with the Baylor Healthcare System as a staff neurologist and neuro-hospitalist and from 2016-2020 served as Stroke Director for Baylor Scott & White Hospital; rated by US News & World Report as the most awarded not-for-profit health system in Texas. Dr. Ramirez heads University Orthopedic Care's Neurology Program which is focused on a multi-disciplinary approach to diagnosis, treatment and maximizing recovery for patients who have suffered an injury to the brain. University's Traumatic Brain Injury Clinics provide care for patients with all severities of traumatic brain injury, and any persistent neurological and/or cognitive issues including headache, school or vocational difficulties, seizures, etc. Our patients receive comprehensive neurological examinations and neuropsychological testing. We have a team approach and internal network that includes spine specialists, orthopedists, physiatrists, primary care sports medicine, neurorehabilitation, and neuro-diagnostics working in tandem to optimize our patient's outcomes.

  • Medical School

    University of Ottowa

  • Residency

    University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital

  • Fellowship

    University of Miami, Jackson Memorial Hospital

  • Specialty

    Traumatic Brain Injury
    Visual Disturbances
    Sensorineural Hearing Loss and Tinnitus
    Sleep Disruption
    Neuralgia, Neuropathy, and Sensory Loss
    Movement Disorders
    Neuro Diagnostics
    Neuropsychological Testing Cognitives and Behavioral Therapies

  • Locations

    East Coast