Dr Dominic Paviour
Dr Dominic Paviour is a Consultant Neurologist with a specialist interest in Parkinson's disease and movement disorders as well as general diagnostic neurology.
Parkinson's disease is a progressive neurological brain disorder that affects the cells and nerves responsible for controlling and coordinating movement.
Dr Paviour is a Consultant Neurologist with a busy NHS and private practice. He graduated in 1998 after training in London, winning the Medical School Gold Medal.
Following medical jobs in London and at the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals and passing his MRCP examinations, he returned to London and completed a PhD at the Institute of Neurology in 2006 before completing specialist Neurology training in London.
Dr Paviour has published peer-reviewed papers in high-quality neurology and general medical journals. Much of his published research is in the field of degenerative movement disorders.
Dr Paviour has expertise in the diagnosis and effective management of patients with a broad range of acute and chronic neurological disorders as well as having a specialist interest in Movement Disorders. He is a member of the International Parkinsons and Movement Disorders Society as well as the American Academy of Neurology and the Association of British Neurologists.
Dr Dominic Paviour is available through The London Clinic's Connect service for video consultations.
- Consultant Neurologist
Atkinson Morley Neurosciences Centre, St George's University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
- Honorary Senior Lecturer
St George's University of London
- General diagnostic neurology
- Neurological disorders in pregnancy
- Treatment of movement disorders
- Year qualified 1998
- United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital 1992