Dr Dominic Paviour

Neurologist in
London

MBBS FRCP PhD

Dr Dominic Paviour areas of expertise:

Professional statement

Dr Dominic Paviour is a highly esteemed consultant neurologist with private clinics at Parkside Hospital, the London Clinic and Chelsea 102 Sydney Street. He specialises in movement disorders and Parkinson's disease, along with general neurology, headaches, epilepsy, peripheral nerve disorders and obstetric neurology. 

Dr Paviour graduated from the University of London in 1998, having trained at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital Medical Schools before becoming a member of the Royal College of Physicians and completing his PhD in 2006. He trained at Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals, The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Queen Square, King's College Hospitals NHS Trust and St George’s University Hospital NHS Trust. He was awarded a number of academic prizes including the Medical School Gold Medal during his studies.

Dr Paviour was appointed a consultant neurologist in 2011 and his general neurological NHS practice is based at St George's Hospital where he is clinical lead for Parkinson's disease and movement disorders. He is also a senior lecturer at St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

He has numerous publications in peer-reviewed journals, some of which can be found on PubMed. He has published many publications in the field of movement disorders and is actively involved in clinical academic research at St George’s University of London. Dr Paviour is also a valued member of numerous organisations, including the Association of British Neurologists and the Movement Disorders Society. 

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