Many people live with a wide range of neurological conditions. The symptoms of a neurological condition can be confusing and for many, they may not even realise it is a neurological problem. The right treatment is key to maintaining quality of life and in many instances, after initial appointment with a GP, referral to a consultant neurologist is necessary. Dr Dominic Paviour is a consultant neurologist London patients and those from across the UK may be referred to. It is also possible to visit Dr Paviour through his private clinics and make your own appointment.
Treating Neurological Conditions and Symptoms
As a top consultant neurologist London, Dr Paviour treats a wide range of neurological disorders, symptoms and conditions including:
- Seizure disorders
- Multiple sclerosis
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Peripheral Nerve Disease
- Learning disorders
- Traumatic injuries to the nervous system
This list is not exhaustive as there are many neurological conditions which Dr Paviour can and has treated.
The type of condition a patient has will determine the right kind of explorative procedures and treatments. Assessing your condition, Dr Paviour will put together your treatment plan based on his specialist opinion. For many patients additional diagnostic testing may be necessary including:
- Electroencephalogram (EEG)
- CT/CAT scan
- Lumber puncture
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI)
- Electrodiagnostic tests
The right testing allows for fully tailored treatment, helping to alleviate and minimise the symptoms of any neurological condition.
Booking an Appointment with your Consultant Neurologist London
A referring clinician, usually your GP, must provide a referral letter for an appointment with a private consultant. This referral should outline your condition or symptoms and allow a starting place for further exploration and where necessary, diagnosis. During a full consultation you can discuss your whole medical history as well as relevant symptoms and take the first steps towards treatment.
You can make an appointment with Dr Paviour through his practice managers, Gayle Goodwin and Amy Troke. Contact them via telephone on 020 7042 1850 or email on: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.