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23 years of experience

Dr Dominic Paviour, Consultant Neurologist is currently based within St George’s University NHS Trust at the Atkinson Morley Neuroscience Centre. He sees both NHS and private patients, seeing the private patients at The Lister Hospital, Parkside Hospital, Harley Street at the Groves, and St Anthony's Hospital.

Dr Paviour graduated in Medicine from Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School. During his undergraduate degree he won multiple prizes including the Medical School Gold Medal. He then went on to train in neurology at Oxford and London, primarily within The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, King's College Hospital, and the Atkinson Morley Neuroscience Centre.

Dr Paviour is also an active researcher with numerous publication in peer-reviewed journals, and the publication of several textbook chapters. 

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26 years of experience

Dr Korlipara is a consultant neurologist and has a special interest in movement disorders and Parkinson's disease. Following his graduation in general medicine, he undertook a fellowship where he studied the molecular mechanism of neurodegeneration in Parkinson's disease which led to his doctorate. 

He has published nationally and internationally. He also currently runs a busy general outpatient and inpatient neurology practice where he manages a range of both acute and chronic neurological disorders. 



Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Botulinum toxic therapy 
  • Parkinsons disease 
  • acute neurology 
  • spasticity 
  • dystonia 
  • migraine 
  • epilepsy
  • movement disorders 
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31 years of experience

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Dr. Paul Holmes is a Consultant Neurologist at Guy’s & St. Thomas’ Hospitals and Honorary Senior Lecturer at King’s College Hospital. He leads the general neurology service at Guy's & St. Thomas' Hospitals, and sees patients with all common neurological presentations, including migraine, dizziness, vertigo, blackouts and symptoms of tingling, numbess and weakness.  His main work is in providing an acute liaison neurology service, with particular interest in stroke, headache, intensive care neurology and the neurology of HIV infection.  He is often asked to provide a second opinion for patients with complex presentations, especially stroke and TIA.

Dr. Holmes trained at the University of Witswatersrand, Johannesburg, and came to the UK in 1991, where he completed his specialist training in neurology at Guys & St. Thomas’, King’s and the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square. He obtained an MD in TIA and stroke imaging at the University of London in 2000 and became FRCP in 2005. 

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • General neurology:


dizziness, vertigo and blackouts

tinging and numbness

  • Stroke
  • TIA
  • Neurology of HIV infection.
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41 years of experience

Dr Rose is an experienced Consultant Neurologist. Beyond general neurology, he has an interest in headaches, blackouts and unexplained neurological symptoms. He is also a sub-specialist in muscle disease and myasthenia.

Dr Rose did his neurology training at Atkinson Morley’s Hospital, the National Hospitals for Neurology, Queen Square, St Bartholomew’s Hospital and the Royal London Hospital. He was a Medical Research Council research fellow investigating mitochondrial muscle disease and spent a year in Rochester, New York gaining further specialist training in muscle disease. He has since served as a Consultant Neurologist at King’s College Hospital and at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Woolwich from 1996 to 2019 and now works at the Whittington Hospital, London.

At Queen Elizabeth Hospital Dr Rose ran several general neurology clinics seeing all neurology cases including headaches, strokes, dizziness, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis and epilepsy. He established a successful First Seizure Clinic at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Dr Rose helped to establish a nationally respected regional muscle disease clinic service at King’s College Hospital where he focused on patients with myasthenia as well as peripheral nerve and motor neurone diseases. He continues general neurology clinics at the Whittington Hospital. 

Dr Rose is a co-editor of the Neuromuscular Diseases Cochrane Review Group. He was an active partner in the TREAT-NMD network and is a member of the European Neuromuscular Centre research committee. He was also a founder member of the Muscle Study Group based in the USA. He has published papers, book chapters, and books on neurology and muscle disease and continues his research in muscle disease with a particular interest in clinical trials and quality of life issues.

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • General neurology including symptoms of headache
  • Blackouts
  • Dizziness
  • Numbness
  • Tingling and weakness
  • Diseases such as epilepsy
  • Stroke
  • Dementia
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Muscle Disease
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39 years of experience

Dr Hadi Manji is a Consultant Neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and Ipswich Hospital. His areas of special interest include peripheral nerve disorders, headache disorders (e.g. migraine), dizziness, brain infections (e.g. HIV) and movement disorders (e.g. Parkinson's).

Dr Manji qualified in 1982 from Cambridge University. He initially trained as a GP in Edinburgh but completed his neurology speciality training at Middlesex, Royal Free and National Hospitals. He also spent six months at L'hopital Kremlin-Bicetre in Paris. Dr Manji was appointed as a Consultant Neurologist in 1997.

He is active both academically and clinically. Dr Manji has published numerous papers on peripheral nerve disorders, HIV neurology and other general neurology topics. He is currently also involved in researching the neurology complications of COVID-19. He is joint senior author of a recent publication in the journal Brain entitled 'The emerging spectrum of COVID-19 neurology: clinical, radiological and laboratory findings'  and wrote an editorial  'Neurology in the time of COVID-19' in the Journal of neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychaitry. He is also the chief author and editor of the Oxford Handbook of Neurology.

Dr Manji's runs several clinics including general neurology clinics and clinics for patients with peripheral nerve disorders and brain infections.

Currently, he is President of the Neurosciences SEction of the Royal Society of Medicine

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

Hallpike's test and Epley manoevre for diagnosis and treatment of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV).

  • Peripheral nerve disorders
  • Headache disorders and dizziness
  • Guillain Barre syndrome
  • Neuroinfection including Covid-19
  • Movement disorders (e.g., Parkinson's)
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23 years of experience


Dr Guy Leschzhner is a Consultant Neurologist specialising in sleep disorders, epilepsy surgery, headaches and facial pain and brain surgery. His NHS base is Guy’s and St Thomas's and he works within the Deparatment of Neuroloogy and the Sleep Disorders Centre. He holds clinics in general neurology, epilepsy, sleep disorders and neurocutaeous syndromes.

Dr Leschziner completed general medcal training in London and then underook a PhD in the genetics of epilepsy and drug treatment at Imperiall College London and the Wellcome Tust Sanger Institute in Cambridge. His neurology training was completed at the National Hospital for Neuroology and Neurosurgery and Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals.

He lectures on a regular basis and has ongoing research in narcolepsy, sleepwalking, Kleine-Levin syndrome and restless legs syndrome. Dr Leschziner is also Reader in Neurology at the Department of Clinical Neuroscience Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Neuroscience, King's College, London. 






Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

  • Brain surgery
  • Epilepsy surgery
  • Sleep Disorders
  • Headache
  • Migraine
  • Facial pain
  • Narcolepsy
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39 years of experience

Dr Thomas Britton is the senior neurological consultant at King’s College Hospital, the Regional Neuroscience Centre for South London, Kent and East Sussex. Dr Britton did his undergraduate training at the University of Cambridge and Westminster Medical School, later specialising in neurology at the National Hospital Queen Square, Guy’s Hospital and the Royal Free Hospital.

He undertook basic neurophysiological research in movement disorders and tremor at the Institute of Neurology London and the Universitätsklinikum Düsseldorf, for which he received the MD prize from the University of Cambridge. He has since developed a broad clinical practice covering all aspects of clinical neurology, including the neurology of medical illness, sleep disorders, movement disorders and tremor, as well as headache.

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Neurology of medical illness
  • Sleep disorders
  • Movement disorders
  • Tremor
  • Headache
  • Neurology of medical illness
  • Sleep disorders
  • Movement disorders
  • Tremor
  • Headache
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32 years of experience

Dr Eli Silber has been a Consultant Neurologist at Kings’ College Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, where he is the clinical lead, since 2000.Eli is an experienced general neurologist and consults on common neurological problems including headaches, dizziness and vertigo, tremor and seizures or faints. He is involved in the management of acute neurological inpatients.He has a special interest in the management of patients with multiple sclerosis and other inflammatory conditions. 

In the 2013 Tatler Doctors Guide, he was named as one of Britain’s Top 250 Consultants. Dr Silber is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Kings College London.  

Areas of practice 

General outpatient neurology:  

In his clinics he sees patients with a variety of neurological conditions including:  

Headaches,including the use of botulinum toxin (Botox) and nerve blocks for chronic migraine

Dizziness,vertigo and unsteadiness

Seizures and fainting

Parkinson’s disease and tremors.   

Multiple sclerosis (MS)  

MS is an immune disease of the brain and spinal cord. It is the most common cause of neurological disability in young adults. MS can present in a
variety of ways and has a variable disease course. Dr Silber set up the Regional MS Service based at Kings College Hospital as well as a satellite service at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. This service is involved in the diagnosis and management of people with MS, including provision of specialist opinions in complex cases and assessment for disease modifying therapies. 

His clinical and research interests include extending care for people with MS. This includes a model service for mental health problems (short listed
Guardian Public service awards  2007), palliative care for people with advanced MS and MS in ethnic minorities. He continues to conduct research
and publish on aspects of MS. 

He established one of the most successful clinical trial groups at Kings College Hospital. He has been a lead investigator in many of the trials
of novel therapeutic agents for people with MS, including monoclonal antibodies and oral therapies. 

In recognition of his contribution, he was awarded the MS society’s annual Richard Cave award in 2006.   

Acute neurology 

Dr Silber provides care for patients with acute neurological emergencies. He works closely with colleagues in acute general medicine and intensive care units assessing complex and critically ill patients. 

Rehabilitation and Palliative care 

Dr Silber cares for patients with neurological disability requiring inpatient and outpatient rehabilitation. He has an interest in patients with advanced neurological conditions and had been the Neurologist on the National Council for Palliative Care’s neurology working group as well as on the European Medical Association's working group of palliative care in MS. 

High altitude: he is also interested in the neurological problems (including headaches) that occur at high altitudes, and provided advice to inform the NHS guidelines on high altitude medicine. 


Dr Silber undertakes medico-legal work, both in general aspects of neurology and in his area of particular expertise, multiple sclerosis. For
further details, and a copy of his terms and conditions, please contact the office. 

Brief CV   

Dr  Silber studied medicine at the University of the Witwatersrand and completed his neurology training in Johannesburg, South Africa. He came to
the UK in 1997. After spending a year as Senior Registrar at Charing Cross Hospital, he joined the Department of Neuroimmunology at Guy’s Hospital. His MD thesis investigated the causes of disability in multiple sclerosis by developing an antibody assay as a biomarker of axonal damage in MS. 

Since 2000, he has been Consultant Neurologist at the Kings Regional Neurosciences Centre and at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, London.  He is
currently the clinical lead for neurology at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust. 

Dr Silber was a member of the Association of British Neurologists MS Group and serves on the ABN standards and services subcommittee and is a
medical advisor to the MS Society.  

Dr Silber enjoys teaching and has been nominated for teaching awards by his medical students. He co-supervises doctoral students and was on the
specialist question group for the MRCP exam.   

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Neuro-rehabilitation
  • Headache
  • Facial pain
  • Multiple Sclerosis
  • Stroke
  • Parkinson's disease
  • Epilepsy




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27 years of experience

Dr Khan qualified  from Cambridge University, completed her Neurology specialist training at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, UCLH and Kings College Hospital, London. She was awarded a PhD for her research in Parkinson's disease from the Institute of Neurology, UCL, University of London.

Dr Naheed Khan is a Consultant Neurologist with a broad range of neurological expertise offering an opinion for headache and migraine, epilepsy, faints, dementia and numbness and tingling. She is often asked to undertake a review of complex neurology for a second opinion.

Her specialist expertise for which she leads a dedicated service is Parkinson's disease and other movements disorders (tremor, ataxia, dystonia and chorea). She also heads a botulinum toxin service for dystonia, hemi-facial spasm and salivary pooling.

Dr Khan is a  Consultant Neurologist at Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells hospital NHS Trust and previously, Consultant at King's College Hospital, London. Currently, she is chair of the South East Parkinson's disease and Movement disorders Forum and member of the board of the journal Medicine (Elsevier).

Throughout her career, she has lectured at a regional and at an international level.

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Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments

Leads a Movement disorders Botulinum toxin clinic treating:

  • head and neck dystonia (repeated head movements, head rotation in any direction)
  • hemi-facial spasm (repetitive winking of one eye)
  • blepharospasm (repetitive blinking of both eyes)
  • eyelid opening apraxia (slow eyelid opening)
  • facial tics (sudden movements of different muscle groups of the face)
  • salivary pooling and drooling (complicating Parkinson's disease, Motor Neuron Disease, epilepsy and any other conditions that may slow or reduce clearing of saliva)

Broad range expertise for the following:

  • Migraine and other causes of recurrent headache
  • The first fit / seizure and Epilepsy
  • Loss of consciousness including near blackouts and fainting spells
  • Vertigo, lightheadedness and other causes of dizzy spells
  • Intermittent or peristent numbness and tingling of different parts of the body
  • Weakness with loss of power of different parts of the body
  • Increasing loss of memory and Dementia disorders inlcuding Alzheimer's disease

Movement disorders expertise in the following:

  • Parkinson's disease - a new diagnosis, complex and complicated Parkinson's disease, young people with Parkinson's disease
  • Other uncommon forms of Parkinsonism - diagnosing and treating MSA, PSP, CBS
  • Ataxia - diagnosing and treating hereditary and acquired forms
  • Tremor - excluding Parkinson's disease, diagnosing and treating other  tremor disorders
  • Dystonia - diagnosis and treatment including the effective use of botulinum toxin injections for neck dystonia
  • Tic disorders - Tourettes and other tic disorders
  • Chorea - diagnosing and managing Huntington's disease
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30 years of experience

Dr Carla Cordivari has been a specialist neurologist since 1998 and a Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology since 2002 at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. Dr Carla Cordivari obtained her medical degree in Bologna, Italy.

She performs and interprets the neurophysiology of the nerve and muscle (NCS and EMG) for the diagnosis of peripheral neuropathy, focal nerve entrapments, radiculopathies, myopathy and neuromuscular transmission disorder.

Dr Cordivari runs a parallel joint clinic with orthopaedic surgeons, rheumatologists, neurologists and diabetologists. She is specialised in the use of EMG guidance for cosmetic injection treatment for spasticity, dystonia and tremor. She has a special interest in the neurophysiology of involuntary movement disorders as tremor, jerks and rigidity. She has undertaken research in the neurophysiology and treatment of movement disorders. 

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