Rex Houser, MD

Chief of Staff, Board of Directors

Rex Houser, MD

Chief of Staff, Board of Directors

Rex  Houser

Dr. Rex S. Houser is a skilled Neurologist with experience in the treatment and management of chronic pain. Widely respected for his experience in the field, Dr. Houser effectively diagnoses and treats neurological disorders and the chronic pain that can often become associated with such conditions.

Dr. Houser received his B.A. in Marketing and Management Information Systems from the University of Texas at Austin before focusing his studies on a Pre-Med degree from the University of New Orleans. He graduated from medical school in 1998 from the Louisiana State University Medical Center in New Orleans, and then completed an Internship at Charity Hospital before entering a Neurology residency. In his last year, Dr. Houser served as the Department of Neurology’s Chief Resident.

In practice since 2002, Dr. Houser’s clinical interests include neurological conditions like stroke, epilepsy and dementia, as well as physical disorders such as spinal disease, neck and back pain, chronic pain, headaches and migraines and carpal tunnel syndrome. He has experience utilizing EMG/NCS to diagnose and treat neuromuscular issues. Dr. Houser sees patients at the Lacombe Clinic and Imaging Center and serves as Chief of Staff at Sterling Surgical Hospital in Slidell, LA. Voted “The Northshore’s Best Neurologist” by Sophisticated Women magazine, Dr. Houser is passionate about providing the best level of care for his patients.

Practicing Since


Undergraduate Studies

University of Texas, Austin, TX
University of New Orleans, New Orleans, LA

Medical School

LSU Medical Center, New Orleans, LA

Internship & Residency

Louisiana State University Medical Center – Neurology, Chief Resident, New Orleans

Board Certifications

Neurology, American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology

Clinical Interests

Spinal Disease, Neck/Back Pain, Chronic Pain, Headache/Migraine, EMG/NCS, Neuropathy, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Stroke, Epilepsy, and Dementia.