Neurology refers to the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that affect the nervous system, and a private neurologist based in London will be able to help with a huge range of neurological disorders. Neurologists are medically qualified doctors that specialise in diagnosing and treating any disease that involves the central, autonomic and peripheral nervous system. Choosing a private neurologist based in London can be a struggle, as it is difficult to know what to look for. It is essential that you select a neurologist with plenty of experience as well as relevant qualifications and training.
Dr Paviour is a consultant neurologist with a busy private practice and many years of experience in the field.
What can a private neurologist based in London help with?
Neurologists like Dr Paviour can assess and manage a broad range of neurological disorders and symptoms. As a result, a private neurologist based in London can treat anything that is affected by the nervous system. This includes:
- Peripheral nerve and muscle disorders
- Neurodegenerative diseases
- Cerebrovascular diseases
- Multiple sclerosis (MS)
- Inflammation of the nervous system
- Disorders of movement
- Parkinson’s disease
Why choose Dr Paviour for your private neurologist based in London?
Dr Paviour is a specialist with many years of experience as a private neurologist based in London. After graduating in 1998 and winning the Medical School Gold Medal, Dr Paviour went on to work in various junior medical jobs. Consequently, after passing his MRCP examinations, Dr Paviour went on to complete a PhD at the Institute of Neurology, followed by specialist Neurology training in London. Today, Dr Paviour offers private appointments at various convenient London locations.
What to expect at an appointment with Dr Paviour?
Before Dr Paviour can begin to diagnose or treat your symptoms, he will first need to complete an initial consultation. During this, he will ask about your current symptoms, review your medical history and any conditions that run in your family. Furthermore, there will also be a physical examination to establish how your nervous system is functioning. After this consultation, Dr Paviour will recommend any investigations that need to be completed, such as MRI or CT scans.