Dr Hadi Manji
General neurology; peripheral nerve disorders such as peripheral neuropathy due to diabetes, carpal tunnel syndrome, Guillain-Barré (or its chronic correlate, CIDP); neurological infections including HIV-related neurological problems
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Headaches, dizziness and blackouts are the most common presenting symptoms in general neurology and need to be investigated thoroughly. After a detailed history and neurological examination, which may take up to an hour, a differential diagnosis can usually be made. In the last decade tremendous strides have been made in the treatment of common neurological conditions such as stroke, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and dementia. These include thrombolysis for acute stroke, newer medications for multiple sclerosis and deep brain surgery for Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders. I work closely with neurophysiologists (who perform nerve conduction tests and EEG), neuroradiologists (who report on MRI and CT scans) neurosurgeons and other specialists including neurophysiotherapists, occupational therapists and specialist nurses. A patient’s journey back to better health can be long and hard, but it is intensely rewarding to help them get there.
I am a General Neurologist, which means I treat patients presenting with common neurological symptoms. I have a specialist interest in peripheral nerve disorders and neurological infections including those related to HIV infection.
- Conditions diagnosed
- Parkinson's disease
- Peripheral nerve disorders, eg. Guillain-Barré syndrome and carpal tunnel syndrome
- HIV-related neurological conditions
- Neurological problems due to other infections
Dr Manji has published papers on peripheral nerve disorders, HIV neurology and also general neurology subjects including movement disorders and neuro-ophthalmology.
Dr Manji has been awarded the ‘Best Consultant Neurologist in London’ in the GHP Healthcare & Pharmaceutical Awards 2019.
October 2019: Elected President of the Neurosciences Section of the Royal Society of Medicine
Dr Manji studied medicine at Cambridge University and the Middlesex Hospital, gaining his final MB BChir in 1982. He initially trained as a GP in Edinburgh before specialising in Neurology at The Middlesex, Royal Free and National Hospitals. He spent a six month sabbatical at L'hôpital Kremlin-Bicêtre in Paris before being appointed Consultant Neurologist at the National Hospital and the Ipswich Hospital in 1997.
As Consultant Neurologist at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen's Square, London, Dr Manji runs a general neurology clinic and also holds specialist interest clinics for patients with peripheral nerve disorders and neuro-infection. He is active in teaching and is involved in developing a new medical school in Beira, Mozambique, which he visits for two weeks every year.
Dr Manji is also the Chief Author and Editor of the Oxford Handbook of Neurology which is used during their training by junior doctors and neurologists worldwide. The first edition sold 11,000 copies and the second edition is in preparation. He is the Honorary Secretary of the Association of British Neurologists.
Consultant Neurologist at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London.
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Dr Hadi Manji: fees
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