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Neurologists in St Leonards, NSW

The most popular Neurologists near St Leonards, NSW, 2065

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Alexandra Johnson Child Neurology

By Appointment, St Leonards, NSW, 2065

Alex graduated from the University of New South Wales and trained at Sydney Children's Hospital and Children's Hospital at Westmead. She is currently working on her Masters of Research.

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Dr Ronald Joffe

1A Berry Rd, St Leonards, NSW, 2065

Dr Ronald Joffe is an Australian-based health professional. Ronald is trained as a Neurologist and has a practice located in St Leonards.

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Aggarwal Arun

66 Pacific Hwy, St Leonards, NSW, 2065

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Johnston Robert W

66 Pacific Hwy, St Leonards, NSW, 2065

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Sydney North Neurology and Neurophysiology Logo

Sydney North Neurology and Neurophysiology 0.90 km

Suite C1, 210 Willoughby Rd, Naremburn, NSW, 2065

Sydney North Neurology and Neurophysiology is your comprehensive neurological service.

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Dr Rowena Mobbs 1.79 km

53 Walker St, North Sydney, NSW, 2060

Dr Rowena Mobbs is a Sydney neurologist based in North Sydney, with an interest in cognitive disorders including dementia.

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Sydney Cognitive 2.30 km

Level 6, 53 Walker St, North Sydney, NSW, 2060

At Sydney Cognitive, we aim to provide up to date, expert medical care for patients with all neurological diseases affecting the brain, spinal cord or nerves, subspecialising in cognitive disorders.

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Dr Ross Mellick 5.26 km

Level 3, 229 Macquarie St, Sydney, NSW, 2000

Qualifications: MB BS University of Sydney, PhD University of London, FRCP Edinburgh.

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St Vincent's Clinic: Dr Paul Darveniza 6.65 km

Suite 702, 438 Victoria St, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010

Area of Interest: - Movement disorders - Botulinum toxin treatment - Neuromuscular disorders - Myasthenia gravis - General neurology

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O'Sullivan Dudley J 6.78 km

St Vincents Hospital Sydney Suite 703 438 Victoria St, Darlinghurst, NSW, 2010

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Lorentz Ivan T 7.38 km

506/180 Ocean St, Edgecliff, NSW, 2027

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Simon Lewis Logo

Simon Lewis 7.39 km

97 Mallett St, Camperdown, NSW, 2050

Simon Lewis is a Consultant Neurologist who has a specialist interest in both newly diagnosed and advanced Parkinson's Disease.

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East Neurology 9.05 km

Level 4, Suite 403, 251 Oxford St, Harley Pl, Bondi Junction, NSW, 2022

East Neurology Neurology is a sub-specialty of medicine dealing with diseases of the brain, nerves and muscles. Dr Granot has completed a fellowship in neurophysiology, and is qualified to perform a wide range of tests into nerves and muscles (see services). He also has a special interest in headache as well as neuropathic pain, having publications in the field, clinical experience and several professional presentations at conferences. He has also undertaken a research fellowship in Epilepsy. Dr Granot is a conjoint Lecturer in Medicine at the University of New South Wales. He is an accredited specialist at the Prince of Wales Private Hospital, with admitting rights, as well as a Staff Specialist at Liverpool Hospital. He graduated from the University of New South Wales with First Class Honours and the University Medal. He is a Member of the Australian Association of Neurologists and a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians. At East Neurology, Dr Ron Granot provides a highly specialised consultative service into all areas of neurology, as well as specialised neurological investigations. Many common conditions come under this specialty, including: Headaches, such as migraine, tension headache and cluster headache. Epilepsy and seizures. Stroke. Multiple Sclerosis. Nerve damage, such as peripheral neuropathy and nerve entrapment. Pain, including nerve-related or neuropathic pain. Movement disorders and tremors, such as Parkinson's disease, Essential Tremor. For some more information on these conditions, click on the Common Problems link. If you suffer from any of the above conditions, you should see your GP to assess whether a referral to a neurologist is required.

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Dr David Rosen: Neurologist 10.95 km

Suite 26, Level 7, Barker St, Prince of Wales Private Hospital, Randwick, NSW, 2031

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Nagajski Joseph 11.30 km

Suite 8 22 Fisher Rd, Dee Why, NSW, 2099

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Dr Ilana Hepner 14.02 km

185 Fox Valley Rd, Sydney Adventist Hospital, Wahroonga, NSW, 2076

Consultant Neuro psychologist.

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Fung V Dr 19.16 km

Specialist Medical Centre 151- 155 Hawkesbury Rd, Westmead, NSW, 2145

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Dr Sekhar Pillai 23.23 km

Suite 211, Level 2, 9 Norbrik Dr, Norwest Private Hospital, Bella Vista, NSW, 2153

Dr Sekhar Pillai is a dual specialist in paediatric neurology and general paediatrics. He treats and manages neurological conditions such as seizures, epilepsy, headache and developmental delay.

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Ghougassian Dr D 24.94 km

17 Urunga Pde, Miranda, NSW, 2228

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Miranda Neurology 25.03 km

Suite 11 42-44 Urunga Pde, Miranda, NSW, 2228

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Danta Gytis Dr 252.88 km

Suite A7 161 Strickland Cres, Deakin, ACT, 2600

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Adams Richard W 663.07 km

Tweed Specialist Centre Suite 1 38-44 Boyd St, Tweed Heads, NSW, 2485

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miNEURO: Bundoora 693.06 km

Suite 32, Level 4, UniHill Consulting suites, 240 Plenty Rd, Bundoora, VIC, 3083

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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miNEURO: Wantirna 696.61 km

Knox Audiology, 230 Mountain Hwy, Wantirna, VIC, 3152

The ultimate goal of any surgery is to improve patient's quality and even length of life by restoring normal anatomical relationships between bodily structures. Evolution of surgery and anaesthesiology allowed achieving this goal and successfully manage previously untreatable conditions. However, there is still a lot of space for improvement, in particular in the field of brain and spine surgery. For example, the long-term outcomes after operations on most invasive brain tumours or on severe degenerative spinal conditions still leave much to be desired. Studies investigating patient satisfaction after spine surgeries show that the rate of negative outcomes could be as high as 50%. Improvement of surgery results is not possible without further development of less invasive but more efficient operative techniques. Minimally invasive procedures represent a logical evolution of surgical philosophy focussing on patient's safety and satisfaction. This philosophy is based on three main principles: - accurate identification of the problem; - safe access to the pathological area with minimal injury to the surrounding tissues; - effective but delicate repair of the problematic structures even if they are located deeply in the body.

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