Consultant Neurologist St George’s Hospital NHS Trust – Dr Dominic Paviour

Dr Dominic Paviour is a leading consultant neurologist offering clinics across London. He is an honorary senior lecturer in the Neurosciences department at St George’s Hospital NHS Trust, part of the University of London. Alongside clinical work, Dr Paviour supports and teaches junior doctors and medical students in the neurosciences.

He is the principle investigator at St George’s University of London for a number of studies looking into Parkinson’s Disease. Regular clinics are provided to patients with Parkinson’s Disease as well as many neurological conditions and symptoms, with the aim of offering the best possible treatment in every case.


Degrees and Other Qualifications:

FRCP London


PhD Institute of Neurology, UCL, University of London


MBBS Proxime accessit to University of London Gold Medal


United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy’s and St Thomas’ Gold Medal


BSc First Class Honours – Neurosciences – University of London 1995



The Association of British Neurologists (ABN)

The American academy of Neurology (AAN)

The Movement Disorder Society

The British Association for the Study of Headache

The International Headache Society

Medical Defence union

The British Medical Association

Prizes and Awards:


  • Proxime Accessit to the University of London Medal
  • UMDS Gold Medal and Prize
    • Distinctions in:Medicine, Surgery, Psychiatry, Paediatrics, Clinical Pharmacology, Pathology and Anatomy
  • Medical School Prizes:
    • The Novartis Prize for Neurology
    • The Hadden Memorial Prize
    • The Mead Medal and Perkins Prize for Medicine
    • The Treasurers Medal and Tewfick Prize for Surgery
    • The Phillip Evans Prize for Paediatrics
    • The Leonard Lubbock and Prunty Prize for Chemical Pathology


  • Young Scientists Best Poster Award: 10th International Conference on Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, Kyoto, Japan – October 2006.
  • London Deanery “Leadership, teamwork and innovation within the changing face of the NHS” – March 2011

St George’s Hospital NHS Trust

St George’s Hospital NHS Trust is a teaching hospital in the Tooting area of London. It was founded in 1733 and is one of the largest teaching hospitals in the United Kingdom. It provides opportunities for thousands of medical students and junior doctors, including those looking to work in neurology.

Consultant Neurologist Clinics

Dr Paviour runs regular consultant neurologist clinics in the Central and South West London areas. His clinics allow for existing patients to continue their treatment and discuss their care plans, as well as new patients to be initially assessed and begin their journey to diagnosis and treatment. Dr Paviour works in many areas of neurology and can manage and treat a wide range of symptoms and conditions including:

  • Stroke and cerebrovascular disease
  • Dementia and Neurodegenerative diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • Peripheral nerve and muscle disorders
  • Headache
  • Dizziness
  • Parkinson’s disease and other disorders of movement
  • Multiple sclerosis and inflammation of the nervous system

There are many additional conditions and symptoms Dr Paviour has encountered and can provide tailored treatment for. Each consultation involves a full medical history, family medical history and physical examination. Many patients require further tests and scans but the first step has been taken towards effective treatment.

Consultant Neurology Research and Studies

As the principle investigator (PI) at St George’s University of London for several studies into Parkinson’s Disease, Dr Paviour regularly collaborates with other specialist in research projects into the condition. The studies are looking at both the clinical and genetic features of the condition.

Dr Paviour also attends regular international conferences on Parkinson’s Disease and related Movement Disorders.

Dr Dominic Paviour - Consultant Neurologist


Head Practice Manager:
Kjai Kanone



Head Practice Manager
Kjai Kanone



Tel: 020 7042 1850

Fax: 020 7042 1851


Tel: 020 7042 1850
Fax: 020 7042 1851

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