About Christopher Milford
Dr. Christopher Milford grew up in Kansas and completed most of his medical training at the University of Kansas, including medical school, residency, and fellowship. Dr. Milford completed one year of fellowship training at Johns Hopkins. From an early age, Dr. Milford knew he wanted to become a doctor through the influence of his father, an oral surgeon. He also developed an interest in music through his mother, a music teacher. He developed an interest in neurology after reading a book in college called “The Man who Mistook his Wife for a Hat,” by neurologist Oliver Sacks. He was fascinated by the fact that everything about who we are is determined by our brain and that fascinates him to this day.