An experienced and knowledgable Consultant Neurologist will offer a range of treatments for varying conditions. Dr Dominic Paviour has a specialist interest in Parkinson’s disease and other Movement Disorders.
With a busy NHS and private practice, Dr Paviour is highly regarded by peers and patients alike. He currently works as a clinical lead for Movement Disorders at the Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre. He also has a specialist interest in the management of neurological disorders in pregnancy and the neurological complications of pregnancy.
Dr Paviour graduated in 1998 after training in London, winning the Medical School Gold Medal. Following junior medical jobs in London and at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals and passing his MRCP examinations, he returned to London and completed a PhD at the Institute of Neurology. He then completed specialist Neurology training in London.
Training and Background
Dr Paviour completed his PhD in 2006. He has published peer-reviewed papers in high-quality neurology and general medical journals. Much of his published research is in the field of degenerative movement disorders.
He is currently the principal investigator (PI) at the St George’s University of London for several studies looking at clinical and genetic features of Parkinson’s disease.
Dr Paviour Consultant Neurologist collaborates with others on international clinical research in Parkinson’s disease and attends regular international conferences on Parkinson’s disease and other Movement Disorders. For an up to date list of publications see Pubmed.
Currently, Dr Dominic Paviour is an honorary senior lecturer in the Neurosciences Department of St George’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, part of St George’s University of London. He teaches medical students and junior doctors throughout the working week.
Contact Dr Dominic Paviour
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