Dr Dominic Heaney is a consultant neurologist at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Queen Square and UCL Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
As a consultant, he has treated patients with neurological conditions in one of the busiest neurological centres in Europe for over 15 years.
Over this period, he has set up and now directs the hospital’s first seizure clinic, instigated the UK’s first obstetric-neurology clinic, and more recently a established a community-based neurology clinic based in Camden diagnosing and treating ‘hard to reach’ patients who might not be able to access hospital services.
Many neurological problems you might be concerned about (for example tremors, odd or persistent headaches, problems walking, unexplained seizures, blackouts, or funny turns) prove to be simple to resolve. However, using his diagnostic expertise and immediate access to NHNN’s world-class scanning, laboratory and neurophysiological and therapy support, Dr Heaney is happy to assess and organise treatment for even the most complex of cases.
In addition to his NHS practice, he has a private clinical practice based in central London. Previously based in the Queen Square Private Consulting Rooms, from 14 September 2021 he has moved his private practice to Cleveland Clinic London.
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