Below is a list of the top and leading Neurologists in Melbourne. To help you find the best neurologists located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
Melbourne’s Best Neurologists:
The top-rated neurologists dealing with the treatment central & peripheral nervous system disorders are:
- Dr Neil Shuey
- Dr Janaka Seneviratne
- Professor Mark Cook
Dr Neil Shuey
Dr Neil Shuey Neil is a consultant Neurologist and Head of Clinic of the Neuro-Ophthalmology Clinic at the Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital, and also the Head of Clinic of the Neuro-Immunology Clinic at St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne. He has admitting rights at St Vincent’s Private Hospital. His clinical interests include Neuro-Ophthalmology, Multiple Sclerosis and related disorders in Neuro-Immunology, and Vestibular disease. He is Principal Investigator in a number of clinical trials for Multiple Sclerosis (MS) and also Neuromyelitis Optica Spectrum Disorder (NMOSD).
Balance Disorders, Bell’s Palsy, General Neurology, Epilepsy, Migraine, Spinal Cord & Brain Injury.
“Fantastic doctor. He is extremely good at what he does and lovely to deal with. Excellent Neurologist, he saved my life! Highly recommend!”- Laurel Bandera
Dr Janaka Seneviratne
Dr Janaka Seneviratne is a highly qualified Neurologist and a Clinical Neurophysiologist based at Monash Neurology, Monash Medical Centre, Melbourne. Janaka has expertise in complex Nerve conduction studies, Electrophysiological studies (EMG) and Single Fibre EMG studies that he performs at Monash Neurology as well as in his private rooms. The laryngeal EMG studies are only performed at the Laryngeal EMG clinic at Monash Neurology.
Diplopia (Double Vision), Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension, Stroke, Vertigo, Visual Field Defects & Hemianopias.
“Doctor Seneviratne has been my neurologist for a number of years. Over this time he has assisted me in better understanding my neurological issues. He is always willing to answer all of my questions.”- Christeen Moffett-Kerin
Professor Mark Cook
Professor Mark Cook Currently Chair of Medicine at St. Vincent’s Hospital, Professor Cook specializes in the treatment of epilepsy – his previous role was at St Vincent’s as Professor and Director of Neurology. He is recognized internationally for his expertise in epilepsy management, particularly imaging and surgical planning.
Paroxysmal Disorders, Syncope, Neurological Rehabilitation, Multiple Sclerosis, Paroxysmal Disorders, Optic Neuritis.
“One of my favorite people. Compassion is always happy to try something else that will work better for you and talk about anything that is playing on your mind. Great Dr. Thanks so much for your help for me and my family.”- Silsass Mint