Find a Doctor

Search our directory for a physician or provider who best matches your healthcare needs. Using the search tool below, simply enter a first and/or last name, or search by specialty. You can also type in the first letter of the last and/or first name if you want to find a specific doctor but are unsure of the correct spelling.

Need help finding a doctor?

If you're not finding what you need here or have questions, please call our Community Information Line at 425.656.4636 (INFO). A referral specialist will be happy to help you find the perfect match.

For a description of medical specialties, click here.

1 matching results

  • Mark Piker, MD

    Mark Piker


    • Primary: Neurology
    • Secondary: Headaches, Multiple Sclerosis

    Languages Spoken

    • Primary: English
    • Secondary: Russian

    Accepting New Patients:

    • Yes


    Neuroscience Institute
    Northwest Pavilion
    400 S 43rd St
    Renton, WA, 98055
    Phone: 425-656-5566 option 1Phone: 425-656-5566 option 1
    Fax: 425-656-5567


    Mark Piker, MD, joined Valley Neuroscience Institute in 2007 as the Medical Director of the Headache Clinic. He is a fellowship-trained, board-certified neurologist, with more than ninety percent of his practice dedicated to the diagnosis and management of headache disorders. Besides headaches his other subspecialty interest is multiple sclerosis.

    Dr. Piker believes that there are various physiological, psychological, and genetical factors that influence the frequency and the severity of headaches; lifestyle choices and personal response to the daily environment affect headaches as well. His approach to the treatment of headaches consists of (a) proper diagnosis of the headache, (b) identifying potential headache triggers, (c) modifying and possibly eliminating triggers, (c) combining non-pharmacological, pharmacological, and cognitive-behavioral modalities for a treatment success.

    Dr. Piker performs trigger point injections, occipital nerve blocks, botulinum toxin injections. and treatment of acute intractable headache during clinic working hours. He tries to avoid multiday hospitalizations for intractable headaches; instead, Valley Medical Center's Infusion Center may be used to help break the cycle of runaway pain with intravenous infusion of certain medications.

    Dr. Piker graduated Summa Cum Laude from Arizona State University, Phoenix, AZ, with Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing degree in 1997. He received the MD degree from University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, in 2002. He completed four years of neurology residency training, followed by one year subspecialty fellowship training in the management of headache disorders at the University of Washington in Seattle, WA in 2007.

    In his spare time he enjoys a variety of outdoor activities, foosball, and throwing his kids at a local Judo dojo.


    Find out if your health plan is accepted at Valley Medical Center. Click here for a list of participating plans.

    Other Info

    Gender: Male
    Board Certified: Yes
    Board Eligible: No
    Affiliation: Valley Medical Group Providers