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Date: 18 October 2021

Time: 02:45

Consultant directory

With so many consultants, all with special interests, we appreciate it can be difficult for GPs to make the right referral choice, and it can be confusing for patients.

This consultant directory is offered as an easy reference guide to the specific clinical services and interests of all the consultants working at or for University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust.

Browse by category results: neurophysiology

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    Dr Garg Ashish

    Dr Garg Ashish, Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist

    Trained in Clinical Neurophysiology at Bristol, UK. Has a specialist interest in peripheral nerve and neuromuscular disorders.

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    Dr Rajdeep Jain

    Dr Rajdeep Jain, Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist

    Graduated from Jaipur, India in 1995 and later worked as a consultant in neurology. Trained in clinical neurophysiology in Oxford and Cardiff. Interest is neuro-muscular disorders and intra-operative monitoring.

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    Dr Paul Mocroft

    Dr Paul Mocroft, Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist

    Graduated from University of Birmingham in 1981, he performs a full range of neurophysiological investigations for nerve entrapments. Clinical interest in the diagnosis of motor neurone disease and the use of videotelemetry in epilepsy diagnosis.

    • Secretary: 0121 371 6423
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    Dr Colin Shirley

    Dr Colin Shirley, Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist

    Graduated from the University of Dundee, trained in Scotland, Nottingham and West Midlands. Interested in peripheral nerve and plexus injuries, nerve reconstruction, epilepsy, cortex mapping and cranial, spinal and functional neurosurgery.

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