About Dr. Rosenstock

David Rosenstock, M.D.

David Rosenstock, M.D., is a Rheumatologist who have been in practice for 42 years. He has experience in treating all rheumatological diseases. Dr. Rosenstock is a graduate of The University of Costa Rica Medical School with highest third place Graduated honor. Since then he did a year of mobile rural services and five and half years of training in internal medicine with two and a half of those years in Costa Rica University Hospital and three years at William Beaumont Hospital in Royal Oak, Michigan. Thereafter he completed a two year fellowship in Rheumatology and Rehabilitation at LSU Medical Centers in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1978. Since in practice he has been taking review courses at Harvard and New York University annually.

His approach to patient illness is holistic characterized by the treatment of the whole person taking into account mental and social factors rather than just the symptoms of the disease. In our clinic all services are performed in-house under strict accreditation ensuring the highest quality care.

Dr. Rosenstock is fluent in Spanish and English and takes a great deal of consideration to have each patient highly satisfied with services rendered as that is his goal. The personnel is also geared towards providing outstanding patient care during each and every visit. We pride ourselves, and it is a great compliment for us, that patients refer their loved ones to us.

Dr. Rosenstock is ranked among the “Best doctors for Rheumatology” by US News & World Report, Dallas Magazine. “Top Physicians in Rheumatology” by the Consumer Research Council, a Washington think tank. Dr. Rosenstock is board certified in Rheumatology and Internal Medicine, a fellow of the American College of Physicians and American College of Rheumatology, member of the American Society of Internal Medicine, the Texas Medical Association, the Dallas County Medical Society, the Southern Medical Association and the Southwest Medical Associates.

Dr. Rosenstock is certified by the American Board of International Medicine in Rheumatology and Internal Medicine.