General: Nerve Conduction Study and Electromyography
- Medical School: Duke University
- Residency: Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital, and Beth Israel Hospital (all are Harvard Medical School affiliates)
- Fellowship: Electromyography, Massachusetts General Hospital
Dr. Bertics was born in Evanston, Illinois and was raised in suburban New Jersey. He received an undergraduate degree and an MD from Duke University. He then completed a medical internship at Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Dr. Bertics completed a neurology residency at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Children’s Hospital, and Beth Israel Hospital, which are all Harvard Medical School affiliates. Dr. Bertics also completed a fellowship in electromyography at Massachusetts General Hospital. He was board-certified in neurology in 1987, and has been in clinical practice in Raleigh since then as a general neurologist who sees adult patients. Dr. Bertics has worked both in a solo practice, and as a member of Raleigh Neurology Associates, which he joined in July of 2005.
Dr. Bertics retired from practice at Raleigh Neurology on December 31, 2022.