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Expert in: Radiology
23 years of experience
Interventional Radiology

Professor Fergus Roberston is a Consultant in interventional and diagnostic neuroradiology at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children.

Prof Robertson is the clinical lead for adult interventional neuroradiology and for spinal imaging.  Key interests include the endovascular treatment of acute stroke, cerebral aneurysms, cerebral venous stenosis, arteriovenous shunts and other vascular problems of the brain and spine.  He is passionate about minimising clinical risk and maximising patient safety through an active clinical governance programme.

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Expert in: Neurology

Dr Rohrer graduated from the University of Cambridge with a first class degree in Natural Sciences before studying Medicine at the University of Oxford and University College London. He trained in general medicine at the Hammersmith and Whittington hospitals (MRCP 2004), and in neurology at the Royal Free Hospital and National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. He is now an MRC Clinician Scientist and Honorary Consultant Neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.

He runs a specialist Cognitive Disorders Clinic where he has a particular interest in young onset and genetic dementias, aswell as a regular general neurology clinic.

Dr Rohrer’s research focuses on the neuroimaging of frontotemporal dementia (FTD), particularly in relation to its underlying genetic causes. Research in the field of FTD has led to the publication of over 150 Pubmed-referenced papers and he has spoken at a number of international conferences about his work.

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Expert in: Neurology

Professor Limousin is a Consultant Neurologist with expertise in the diagnosis and management of movement disorders, in particular, Parkinson's disease, dystonia and tremor. She has worked at UCL Institute of Neurology since 1997 where she is Professor of Clinical Neurology and Consultant Neurologist. 

Her PhD topic was deep brain stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus as a treatment for Parkinson's disease. She has received international recognition for her work in the treatment of Parkinson's disease and other movement disorders and for her research in deep brain stimulation. 

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Expert in: Neurology
27 years of experience

Professor Koepp moved to London in 1993 to further pursue his training in neurology with a particular focus on Neuroimaging in epilepsy and completed his PhD in "Functional Imaging of the Epilepsies". He is a consultant neurologist and a professor of neurology - he oversees the medical care of patients with refractory epilepsy and additional learning and motor disabilities. 

His particular clinical interests are generalised epilepsies, epilepsy and co-morbidities and non-epileptic attack disorders. He has written several peer-reviewed articles. 

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Expert in: Neurology

Dr Zandi is a Consultant Neurologist and senior lecturer and principal investigator. He is co- editor of 'Advances in Clinical neuroscience and rehabilitation.' 

He has expertise in the neurological complication of systemic inflammatory diseases including systemic lupus erythematosus. He holds a once a week clinic for neuro immunology. He also works part time in general and acute neurology. 

His specialist interest is in the assessment and management of autoimmune encephalitis and peripheral neuroimmunology. He sees patients with a range of symptoms including movement disorders and epileptic episodes. 

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Expert in: Neurology
17 years of experience

Dr Wils is a consultant neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery - and he runs clinics in general neurology, neurogenetic movement disorders and Huntington's disease.

He is an MRC clinician scientist at UCL Institute of Neurology and a principal investigator at UCL Huntington's disease centre. His clinical research aims to accelerate the development of new therapies to make a real difference for people impacted by Huntington's disease. He believes in making work accessible and understandable to people who need it the most. 

He has authored 6 book chapters and over 50 peer reviewed publications.  

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Expert in: Neurology
49 years of experience

Dr Clarke is a Consultant Neurologist with a special interest in high altitude medicine and cold injury - he has been in consultant practice since 1979. He has run an international information service for altitude medical problems and cold injury. 

He has spent 40 years involved in mountaineering and throughout his careers has had an interest in the effects of chronic hypoxia in man and medical problems of high altitude in which he qualified. He has been Honorary Medical Officer to the British mountaineering council and was a medical representative of the risk management committee of outward bound.  He is also a founder member of the international society for mountain medicine. 

He initiated, edited and produced with three neurology colleagues, the textbook neurology: A queen square textbook. 

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Expert in: Neurology
45 years of experience

Professor Mathias is a professor of neurovascular medicine in the University of London and has been an honorary consultant physician at St Mary's Hospital since 1982. He was clinical service and research director of two leading NHS and academic departments. 

His clinical interests include hypotension, postural tachycardia syndrome, fainting, excessive sweating, and temperature regulation disorders.

He is recognised as a leader in the field of autonomic research and has a strong clinical research background. Professor Mathias has been director of two leading departments in the field of neurology, with both national and international referrals. He directed scientists and clinicians in researching the role of the autonomic nervous system in health and disease and has collaborated with many renowned scientists both in the UK and internationally, from Adelaide, Australia, to Tokyo, Japan. 

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Expert in: Neurology
26 years of experience

Dr Allder is a Consultant Neurologist who uses his clinical expertise to focus on the assessment of patients with traumatic brain injury. He provides emotion-focused service for medically unexplained neurological symptoms. 

Dr Allder main interest is the management of acute neurological emergencies, cerebrovascular disease and traumatic brain injury. His specific subspecialist interest is in neuro-otology and medically unexplained symptoms. 



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Expert in: Neurology
29 years of experience

Dr Wojtek Rakowicz studied Medicine at King’s College London and undertook postgraduate training in Norwich, Cambridge and at the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London.

He is currently a consultant neurologist. 


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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?