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Parshaw J. Dorriz, MD

4.6 out of 5 (37 Ratings)
Specialty
  • Neurology
    (Board Certified)
  • Epilepsy Neurology
Additional Language Spoken
Persian, English
Medical Groups & Affiliations
  • Mission Heritage Medical Group
  • Mission Hospital Regional Medical Center
Address
Mission Heritage Mission Viejo - Neurology
26800 Crown Valley Parkway
Suite 385
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Accepting New Patients

Primary Office

Address
Mission Heritage Mission Viejo - Neurology
26800 Crown Valley Parkway
Suite 385
Mission Viejo, CA 92691
Get Directions
Phone
(949) 542-8002
Fax
(949) 542-7337

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  • Meet The Doctor

    Specialties & Education

    Primary Specialties
    • Neurology
      (Board Certified)
    • Epilepsy Neurology
    Education & Training
    • Internship
      Virginia Commonwealth University - 2014
    • Residency
      Virginia Commonwealth University - 2017
    • Medical School
      American University of the Caribbean - 2012
    • Fellowship
      LAC+USC - 2018
  • Biography

    Biography

    Biography
    Dr. Parshaw Dorriz is a board certified neurologist with a specialty in epilepsy. He attended medical school at American University of the Caribbean. He then completed his residency at Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, Virginia. Following this, he completed his fellowship at Los Angeles County + University of Southern California (LAC+USC).

    He currently practices with Mission Heritage Medical Group in Orange County, California, where he specializes in treating epilepsy. He is currently the physician director at the Epilepsy Monitoring Unit at Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, CA. The unit allows Dr. Dorriz and his team to monitor patient’s electroencephalogram (EEG) around the clock and locate where the seizures are originating from. This will support Mission Hospital physicians as they treat patients for possible surgical resection or epilepsy surgery and significantly improve the lives of Orange County residents struggling with epilepsy.

    Dr. Dorriz believes in guiding patients with compassionate care and creating a treatment plan together as a team. He works to connect with his patients to learn their backgrounds, cultures, and family dynamic to ensure that the patient has a strong healing process.
    Areas of Expertise
    Epilepsy
  • 13-Nov-2019
    He was attentive to my issues.
    30-Oct-2019
    Excellent..connected easily with Dr. ...he was thorough.
    30-Oct-2019
    Dr. Dorriz and his staff are always on top of my condition and I am so happy that I was referred to Dr. Dorriz for my epilepsy.
    26-Oct-2019
    Dorriz is excellent
    16-Sep-2019
    I had an MRI and was anxious for the results. The physician didn't seem to know why I was there. the results hadn't been downloaded. so, I never got to see my my MRI. I also didn't really have a good feeling about how the results were presented. it was all very vague. I'm still not sure what exactly it all means.
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