About Dr. David Crumpacker
Dr. David Crumpacker
Dr. Crumpacker received his medical degree from Cornell University Medical College in New York City before completing a residency in general psychiatry at the University of Texas, Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. He then completed a two-year fellowship in geriatric psychiatry at U.T. Southwestern.
A Diplomat of American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology, double-boarded in both adult and geriatric psychiatry, Dr. Crumpacker served as the Assistant Chief of Psychiatry at Baylor University Medical Center at Dallas from 2005-2009. He has now an established private practice in Plano, Texas.
Dr. Crumpacker's research centers on risk factors associated with Alzheimer's disease as well as diagnosing and treating Pseudo Bulbar Affect.
A nationally sought lecturer on depression, Pseudo Bulbar Affect and Alzheimer's disease, he also publishes professionally and advocates for patients' rights.
Dr Crumpacker is a strong proponent of education and is an Associate Professor at A&M Medical School.
Dr. Crumpacker has been recognized by both D Magazine and Texas Monthly as an outstanding physician.
When not caring for his patients, Dr. Crumpacker enjoys time with his teenage daughter. He is an amateur linguist with proficiency in Spanish, French, Russian, Mandarin, Hindi, classical Greek and Latin.
Dr. Crumpacker is proud to partner with TMS Neuro Solutions to provide TMS Therapy, an alternative treatment for patients suffering from depression for whom medication has proven ineffective. TMS Therapy also provides new hope for people who want to reduce or even eliminate the use of prescription medications to treat their depression. To learn more, please www.tmsneurosolutions.com