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Best Neurologist in London, UK

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Expert in: Neurology
38 years of experience

Professor Raj Kapoor is a Consultant Neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, and an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the Institute of Neurology.

Professor Kapoor graduated from in 1981 from Oxford University with first class Honours. He then went on to complete his postgraduate medical training in London at the Hammersmith, Brompton and National Heart Hospitals.

Professor Kapoor then chose to specialize in neurology and did research on the neurobiology of brain function at New York University Medical Center and in the University Laboratory of Physiology in Oxford, where he was Junior Research Fellow at Pembroke College. Following this Professor Kapoor then took his neurological training at University College London Hospitals and the National Hospital, where he was appointed Consultant Neurologist in 1994.

Professor Kapoor has published over 80 articles, reviews and book chapters on neurological conditions, and especially on the basis and management of multiple sclerosis. He has also featured in national newspapers, radio programs and on television. He is a renowned expert in this field, regularly lecturing on his work at conferences in Britain, Europe and North America.


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Expert in: Neurology

Dr Simon Farmer is a Consultant Neurologist from London, UK. 

Dr Simon Farmer graduated in 1986 in medicine from Bristol University with 1st Class Honours in Psychology and distinctions. As well as this he also received a PhD in physiology.  Dr farmer then went on to train at The Royal London Hospital where he broadened his knowledge in general medicine and neurology. 

Since completing his studying and training Dr farmer has held many professional positions and was appointed between St Mary’s and the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in 1995. Dr farmer has also supervised the training of a number of medical postgraduates and PhD students and is currently involved with lecturing and running seminars in neurology & neuroscience for trainees and general practitioners.  He has advised and taken part in the making of several television programmes relating to his research.


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Expert in: Neurology
25 years of experience

Dr Fergus Rugg-Gunn is a Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery specialising in Epilepsy. He has extensive experience in evaluating and treating patients suffering from Epilepsy.

With Epilepsy being his area of expertise, Dr Rugg-Gunn is a member of the International League Against Epilepsy and the Association of British Neurologists. 

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Expert in: Neurology
Recommended by 1 specialist
22 years of experience
Neuro-ophthalmology , Neuro-rehabilitation

Dr Anand Trip is a Consultant Neurologist based at the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London, UK but also works at Northwick Park Hospital. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh Medical School before undertaking postgraduate neurological training in London. He completed a PhD at the UCL Institute of Neurology focusing on optic neuritis and multiple sclerosis. 

He has a specialist interest in patients with multiple sclerosis and other related neuroinflammatory disorders. He also has extensive experience treating patients with headache syndromes and all aspects of neurology. 

Dr Trip was appointed as Honorary Senior Lecturer in Neurology at UCL and is involved in studies and clinical trials for patients with optic neuritis and MS. He is the Co-Chair of the Queen Square Multiple Sclerosis Centre.

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Expert in: Neurology
35 years of experience

Professor Bronstein is a professor of clinical neuro-otology and a consultant neurologist. His special clinical interests are the diagnosis and treatment of balance and eye movement disorders. He teaches neuro-otology and balance disorders in European and world neurological societies. 

In 2008 he obtained the Nylen-Hallpike prize of the Barany Society for outstanding contribution to clinical neuro-otology. His book, 'Dizziness' received a High commendation at the 2008 BMA Medical Book Prise Competition. 

He has written over 200 papers on the clinical and basic aspects of eye movements, balance and spatial orientation. 



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Expert in: Neurology
31 years of experience

Professor Sander is a Professor of Neurology and clinical epilepsy and a consultant neurologist. He heads the World health organisation collaborative centre for research and training in neurosciences in London. 

He is currently scientific director of SEIN. His research interests include the epidemiological aspects of epilepsy, pharmacology, antiepileptic drug development, epilepsy management in resource-poor settings. 

Professor Sander has a strong interest in Global Health and outside his work within the UK and the Netherlands he has been involved in setting up epilepy centres or carrying out research in countries such as China, Brazil, Ecuador, Georgia and India.

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Expert in: Neurology

Dr Chandratheva is a consultant neurologist, he runs an outpatient and inpatient service for patients with a range of acute and chronic neurological conditions including stroke and transient ischaemic attacks (TIA).

He is a clinical lead for the TIA service and clinical lead for St Pancras neurorehabilitation Unit. He runs a busy general neurology clinic and specialist stroke and TIA clinics. He maintains an active research interest in stroke and TIA epidemiology. 


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Expert in: Neurology
15 years of experience

Dr Anupam Bhattacharjee is a Consultant Neurologist, with NHS practices at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Queen Square) and Royal Free Hospital London where he runs highly specialist neurology clinics, as well as a large general neurology practice at Lister Hospital in Hertfordshire.

He read medicine at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals (Kings College) and achieved an intercalated 1st Class BSc in Physiology and was top in the University of London exams, and then undertook an MB/PhD programme funded by the Migraine Trust and completed medical finals with distinction. He trained in prestigious medical post-graduate posts at St. Thomas’, Hammersmith, Royal Brompton, National (Queen Square) and Kings College Hospitals. He undertook Specialist Registrar training in Neurology at the Royal Free Hospital and National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Queen Square) where he holds consultant posts now.

Dr Bhattacharjee sees patients with all common neurological diseases including headaches, blackouts and epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and Multiple Sclerosis. He runs highly specialist clinics in peripheral nerve & neuromuscular disease, neuroimmunology/antibody mediated neurology disease and is one of only a few neurologists running clinics in neuropathic pain as part of a highly specialised pain unit at UCLH. Due to his expertise in neuroimmunology diseases, Dr Bhattacharjee routinely deals with patients with rheumatological, renal, dermatological and infectious diseases where there is neurological involvement. Additionally, he regularly runs a clinics with a Consultant Haematologist, seeing patients with haematological diseases affecting the nervous system.

He is a member of the Royal Free IVIg committee Subregional Immunoglobulin Assessment Panel and developed a large plasma exchange service with the haematology department treating patients with neuro-immunological disorders at the Royal Free. Dr Bhattacharjee is frequently invited to present his work at national and international conferences, and has served in an advisory capacity to pharmaceutical companies involved in the treatment of neuro-immunological diseases.

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Expert in: Neurology
30 years of experience

Professor Walker is a professor of neurology and consultant neurologist. He specialises in epilepsy, neurological sleep disorders and video - EEG telemetry. He has an active research lab investigating synaptic physiology and epilepsy. 

He is also the associate editor of Epilepsia and therapeutic advances in neurological disorders and an executive member of the joint epilepsy council of Great Britain. 

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Expert in: Neurology
25 years of experience

Professor Bhatia is a professor of Clinical Neurology and an honorary consultant neurologist. He obtained his basic medical degree and neurology training in Mumbai India and further training in neurogenetics and movement disorders. 

His main research interest is in movement disorders, merging clinical electrophysiological and genetic methods to study the pathophysiology of conditions like dystonia, tremor and parkinsonism. He has over 500 publications including 384 peer-reviewed papers. He is a grant reviewer for Telethon, Inserm France, UK PD society and a medical advisor to the UK dystonia society. 

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What is a Neurologist?

Diseases and disorders of the central nervous system can range from the relatively mild, such as recurrent headaches or speech and language disorders, up to the deadly serious, including spinal cord damage, seizure disorders, and stroke. If you or a loved one have a problem with the brain, spinal cord, and/or nerves of the body, you need the services of one of the top neurologists in London. Many of the best neurologists in London are listed with Doctify. It is important to note that finding a neurologist in London is not the only doctor you might possibly need.

Neurologists don’t generally perform surgical procedures – Instead, their speciality is in the diagnoses and management of central nervous system (CNS) disorders and diseases. If a patient requires surgery, usually most top neurologists in London can provide referrals to trusted neurosurgeons to provide the surgery. In many cases, there may be neurosurgeons associated with the same practice as the neurologist. Additionally, patients can always find a neurosurgeon in London through Doctify.

When to see a Neurologist?

Many CNS problems do not require surgery, however, and a neurologist in London will be able to provide a range of treatment options. Many seizure disorders, speech disorders, nerve disorders, and degenerative problems (such as MS, Alzheimer’s Parkinson’s, etc.) are best addressed with a combination of medication and therapy. On the other end of the spectrum, some spinal cord injuries may require surgery, or be inoperable altogether. Neurology is a complex and varied field of expertise, but for any CNS problems, you may experience, visiting one of the top neurologists in London can help simplify and clarify your individual situation, and get the best treatment options available.

What procedures can you find at a Neurology clinic?