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Best Neurologist in London, UK

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Expert in: Neurology
23 years of experience

Dr Turner is a Consultant Neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, and the MRC Centre for Neuromuscular Diseases.

Dr Turner runs general neurology, and neuromuscular clinics, and has specialist interest in myotonic dystrophy.  He has a number of research interests, having competed a PhD in 2000 in the Molecular Pathogenesis of Huntington’s Disease.  He is also involved in developing the Myotonic Dystrophy National Registry and Standards of Care Document.

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Expert in: Neurology
33 years of experience
Neuro-ophthalmology

Dr Kidd was trained in Ireland and is a consultant neurologist and has particular research and clinical interest including neuro-opthalmology, inflammatory neurological diseases including multiple sclerosis, neurosarcoidosis, Behcets syndrome, lupus and cerebral vasculitis. 

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Expert in: Neurology
27 years of experience

Professor Werring is a consultant neurologist with an interest in stroke research. At the UCH he had trust wide responsibility for stroke and was actively involved in developing the new hyperacute stroke service.

He is also a Clinical senior lecturer and leads an active research program into the imaging of stroke in particular small vessel diseases, intracerebral haemorrhage and cerebral microbleeds. 

He also contributes to national ad international education and clinical guidelines and regularly lectures at national and international conferences. Over the course of his career he has published numerous research articles and has also contributed to several textbooks. 

 

 

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Expert in: Neurology
24 years of experience
Neurogenetics

Dr Foltynie is a Cosultant Neurologist and Senior lecturer as well as seeing General Neurology patients, he has a specific interest in patients with movement disorders. He did his PhD studying the epidemiology and genetics of Parkinsons disease and now responsible for patients undergoing Deep brain Stimulation for Parkinsons disease and is now responsible for patients undergoing Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinsons and other conditions 

He is also involved in trials of new treatments for Parkinsons Disease including Duodopa, Exenatide and cell transplantation and is on the scientific committee for the the Cure Parkinsons Trust. 

 

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Expert in: Neurology
46 years of experience

Professor Shovron is a consultant neurologist and clinical academic - he has run epilepsy and neurology clinics. His epilepsy clinic specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of adult epilepsy and in establishing the cause of epilepsy and related conditions.

His current activities including writing, teaching, clinical practice, medico-legal work and honorary work with various organisations and societies. 

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Expert in: Neurology
28 years of experience

Dr Mummery is a consultant neurologist specialising in focal cognitive disorders - she practices general neurology at Northwick Park Hospital and she is a clinical lead for the dementia service at National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. Dr Mummery has undertaken a PhD in cognitive neurology as an MRC Clinical fellow. Her research interest is in the functional network underlying semantic processing and alteration in patients using multimodal techniques including functional imaging.

Her interest lies in in dementia and other cognitive disorders and she runs a weekly cognitive disorder clinic seeing patients with Young-onset and non AD dementias in addition to AD. She is also interested in epilepsy and how cognition changes in epilepsy.

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Expert in: Neurology
32 years of experience

Professor Warner became a qualified medical practitioner in 1987 and gained his clinical education at the University of Oxford School of Medicine, he obtained his MRCP in 1990 and FRCP in 2002. He was appointed a lecturer in neurogenetics at the Institute of Neurology and obtained his PhD at the University of London. 

In 2011 he was promoted to professor of Clinical Neuroscience at Institute of Neurology, UCL. He serves on the scientific advisory committee and has served on the editorial board for the movement disorders Journal. He was also involved in developed the multidisciplinary Huntington's disease clinic at national hospital for neurology and neurosurgery which received an NHS good practice award in 2005. 

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Expert in: Neurology
12 years of experience

Dr Panicker is a consultant neurologist who qualified in 1996 and has trained in General Medicine and Neurology. He became involved in the management of patients with neurogenic bladder dysfunction early in his career when running a neurorehabilitation service. He has developed and maintained academic and clinical interest in Uro-Neurology. 

He often sees patients with unexplained bladder and sexual dysfunction referred to a neurological option. He is involved in the training of medical students, junior doctors and actively undertakes clinical research. 

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Expert in: Neurology
27 years of experience
Neurogenetics

Professor Morris is a Consultant Neurologist and Professor of Clinical Neuroscience. His main clinical and research interest is in Movement disorders and neurogenetics, particularly early onset, genetic and familial Parkinson's disease and atypical parkinsonian disorders such as progressive supranuclear palsy, corticobasal degeneration and frontotemporal dementia with parkinsonism.

He serves on the research advisory panels of Parkinson's UK and serves on the Honorary Medical Advisory Panel on Driving and Disorders of the Nervous system for driver and vehicle licensing authority.

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Expert in: Neurology
49 years of experience
Neuro-rehabilitation

Dr Greenwood is a Consultant Neurologist who has sub-specialist interest in stroke medicine, traumatic brain injury, restorative neurology and rehabilitation after brain injury.

Dr Greenwood has focused on the development of acute and early inpatient rehabilitation services for patients after vascular and traumatic brain injury and has reflected this as a founder consultant member and lead clinician of the novel Acute Brain Injury service at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.  He has also been Lead Consultant at the Homerton Regional  Neurological Rehabilitation Unit since 1985.  His research interests are in the pathology, impairment and function after brain injury.  He also founded the Acute Neurological Rehabilitation Unit at the Wellington Hospital in 1999, and has been involved in its development since then from 8 beds to the current 46.

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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?