Below is a list of the top and leading Neurologists in Adelaide. To help you find the best neurologist located near you in Adelaide, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
This article is updated every 3-4 months.
Adelaide’s Best Neurologists:
The top rated neurologists in Adelaide are:
⦁ Dr Martin Robinson – Western Neurology
⦁ Dr Michelle Kiley – Southern Neurology and Neurophysiology Adelaide
⦁ Dr Rey Casse – Adelaide NeuroDiagnostics
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Dr Martin Robinson graduated from the University of Adelaide in 1982. He completed physician training at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He then worked at the Prince of Wales and Prince Henry Hospitals in Sydney, NSW, before undertaking a stroke fellowship at Bowmann Gray School of Medicine in Winston Salem, NC, USA. He then worked at the University of Wales School of Medicine in Cardiff, UK, in the Welsh Epilepsy Unit run by Professor Alan Richens. On return to Adelaide in 1991, he commenced work as a consultant neurologist at TQEH where he has remained ever since, being director of the department from 2000- 2015. He is currently a consultant neurologist at Central Adelaide Local Health Network across both TQEH and RAH campuses and works additionally in private at Western Neurology. He has been involved in numerous trials of novel anti-epileptic drugs and maintains subspeciality interests across the fields of epilepsy, stroke and multiple sclerosis.
Neurology Consultation, Nerve Conduction Studies and Electromyography, Botulinum Toxin Treatment for Neurological Disorders
“Clean facilities and friendly staff.” – J.K.
Southern Neurology and Neurophysiology Adelaide
Dr Michelle Kiley is the Director of Epilepsy Services at the Royal Adelaide Hospital, South Australia. She completed her undergraduate degree (MB, BS) at Adelaide University, and after completing internship and basic physician training, went on to train in neurology at Flinders Medical Centre, SA, before undertaking further training in Oxford at the Radcliffe Infirmary (epilepsy/epilepsy surgery) and then in London at the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery (clinical neurophysiology).
Dr Kiley has been the Director of Epilepsy services at the RAH since 2001. She has an active interest in Women and Epilepsy, Status Epilepticus and EEG. At the RAH she runs the Epilepsy Clinic and Video-EEG telemetry unit. Dr Kiley is currently the president of Epilepsy Society of Australia. She is a former member of the Council of the Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN), having served as honorary Treasurer for 6 years. She is currently the State Chair of the ANZAN Education and Training Committee.
In addition to clinical assessment and management of neurological disorders, Southern Neurology and Neurophysiology also provides Nerve Conduction Studies and botulininum toxin therapy for specific neurological disorders.
“Caring man and excellent doctor.” – Bill Caulfield
“Excellent Doctor for my MS.” – Michael Galea
Dr Reynolds ‘Rey’ Casse is a consultant neurologist and nuclear physician. He obtained a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Adelaide in 1987. He obtained his Neurology fellowship in 1997. He undertook nuclear medicine training at the Austin Repatriation Hospital in Melbourne and The Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Adelaide.
Dr Casse also undertook a movement disorders fellowship at Westmead Hospital, Sydney in 1997. He further completed an Epilepsy fellowship at the Austin Repatriation Hospital, Melbourne in 1998.
From 2001 to present he is one of the only Clinical Neurologist’s admitting to Memorial, Calvary and Wakefield Hospital in South Australia. He is also a staff specialist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in the Nuclear Medicine Department.
Dr Casse has over two decades of clinical research and experience. He has devoted his career to providing rigorous, comprehensive and compassionate care to his patients and had a clinical subspecialty in headache, injection therapy for chronic migraine and PENS.
Dr Casse’s clinical practice offers a comprehensive headache service. These conditions, which include migraine, cluster headache, and post traumatic headache, are disabling, often stigmatized and poorly understood. It is becoming increasingly clear that these disorders are not ‘just headache’, but complex disruptions of brain excitability and homeostasis.
Dr Casse also has a special interest in Seizure Disorders. This forms part of our practice ‘Adelaide NeuroDiagnostics’. This service provides video telemetry, home based and in hospital. Adelaide NeuroDiagnostics also offers ambulatory EEG and a nerve conduction study testing.
Provides comprehensive and high quality Electroencephalograms (EEG) and Nerve conduction studies (NCS) which are located in our North Adelaide rooms on Melbourne Street. Our focus is to ensure that you and your physician are provided with the best diagnostic service by using modern techniques and equipment.
“Great services and doctors.” – Ced L.
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