Why Choose North Shore Neurology?
We care about you. We take the time to get to know you and your concerns. Through a complete history and neurologic examination we can help to come to an accurate diagnosis and outline an appropriate plan.
Our Neurological Team
Timothy R. Kelliher, MD
Dr. Kelliher, originally from Brockton Massachusetts, transplanted to the North Shore in the late 90's. He attended Boston University for both college (with a Biology major and English minor) and medical school. After fulfilling his Internship year in Internal Medicine at Carney Hospital in Dorchester he went on to complete his neurology residency based at Boston City Hospital (now part of Boston Medical Center) also rotating through Saint Elizabeth's Hospital and Lahey Clinic. He rounded out his training with a fellowship year at Massachusetts General Hospital where he focused on electromyography (EMG) and peripheral nerve disease. After completing training Dr. Kelliher joined the staff at Boston Medical Center and Faulkner Hospital before finally landing at Beverly and Addison Gilbert Hospitals where he has practiced since 1997. He is board certified in Neurology and board eligible for Electrodiagnostic Medicine. His diverse training has made Dr. Kelliher a well-rounded general neurologist with special interests in headache and neuropathy. A proud but poor parent of two college students his hobbies include oil painting, cooking and music.
Louis A. Tramontozzi III, MD
Dr. Tramontozzi grew up in Saugus Massachusetts. In 2002 he obtained his undergraduate degree in Psychology and Neuroscience at Duke University in North Carolina. Before matriculating to medical school he traveled abroad on a Fulbright scholarship to Jeju, South Korea where he taught English at a local middle school. Returning to the states in 2003, he pursued his medical degree at Tufts University School of Medicine and graduated in 2007. He spent his internship year in Internal Medicine at Lahey Clinic. He then completed his residency training in neurology at the Tufts program, which was split between Tufts Medical Center, St.Elizabeth’s Medical Center, and Lahey Clinic. In his fifth and last year of training he completed a fellowship in Clinical Neuromuscular Medicine and Electromyography at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital. Dr. Tramontozzi is board certified in Neurology (2011) and Neuromuscular Medicine (2012). His clinical interests center on nerve and muscle diseases but run the full gamut of neurological illnesses including movement disorders, headache, multiple sclerosis, stroke and epilepsy. Practicing a patient centered approach to diagnosing and treating neurologic diseases, Dr. Tramontozzi enjoys the privilege of seeing patients in their own community, which enables him to understand their values and incorporate them into his treatment plan. He lives in the North Shore area with his wife, a practicing family medicine physician, and two children Sophia and Louis. His interests outside of work include spending time with his young family, cooking, and tennis.
Stephen R. LoVerme Jr., MD
Dr. LoVerme grew up in New Jersey, and subsequently attended the six-year Medical Program (combined undergraduate and medical school) at Boston University where he graduated in 1973. He was one of the first third generation students at the BU Medical School. He left the Northeast for his internship and residency, spending a year in Madison Wisconsin and three years in Denver Colorado. He then returned to Boston in 1977 for a Behavioral Neurology Fellowship. He met his wife Donna, and they moved to the North Shore where he has been in practice since 1979. He quickly developed an interest in Multiple Sclerosis, and later in Sleep Medicine. He practiced Sleep Medicine exclusively from 2007-2011, then returned to practice with his former colleague, Dr. Kelliher. He is board certified in both Neurology and Sleep Medicine. Dr. LoVerme and his wife are proud to have raised two daughters who are graduates of Boston University, both married, and living in Boston. His interests outside of work include gardening, skiing, craft beer brewing, and carpentry.
Ilya V. Bogorad, MD
Dr. Bogorad is the most recent addition to the staff at North Shore Neurology. He attended Bowdoin College in Brunswick, Maine and graduated from Tufts Medical School in Boston. He went on to complete his residency at Columbia University and an EEG/Epilepsy Fellowship at Montefiore Medical Center, Albert Einstein College of Medicine, both in NYC. Dr Bogorad is Board Certified in Neurology and specializes in the diagnosis and management of conditions related to seizures/epilepsy and various spells. He also treats a variety of general neurological conditions such as headache (utilizing Botox and occipital nerve block procedures when necessary), multiple sclerosis and movement disorders (e.g. tremors and Parkinson’s disease). Dr. Bogorad takes time to listen to his patients to get to the bottom of the problem no matter how common it may be. He enjoys getting to know the patients and their individual needs as he cares for them over time. Born in Russia and raised in Massachusetts, Dr. Bogorad has made his home on the North Shore and enjoys exploring the area's charming towns and great outdoor opportunities with his wife, toddler-son and faithful Basset Hound Lily.
Our Nurse Practioners
Natalie Getty NP
Natalie is originally from upstate NY. She received her undergraduate degree from Georgetown University in Washington, DC, and her Master’s in Nursing from the Mass General Institute of Health Professions. She is board-certified in Adult Medicine. Natalie has practiced exclusively in the field of Neurology since 2007, and has worked with Dr. Kelliher and Beverly Hospital since 2009. Her clinical interests include Headache, Multiple Sclerosis, Epilepsy and Stroke, though she generally sees the full range of neurological disorders. Outside of work, Natalie is an avid tennis player who competes around the North Shore.
Laurie Miller, NP
Laurie was born and has resided in Beverly for many years. She graduated from Salem State College with a Master's degree in Nursing Education and subspecialty in Neurology. She went on to complete a Post Master's Certificate program in Adult Health at the Mass General Institute of Health Professions in 1994. She has maintained certification since 1991, through the American Association of Neuroscience Nurses as a Certified Registered Nurse in the field of Neuroscience. She has a special interest in migraines and in treating and caring for patients with Parkinson's Disease.