Dr John McAuley

Consultant Neurologist

Practising at

Spire London East Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr John McAuley at Spire include:

Other treatments

Neurology: Epilepsy, Movement disorders

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Professional profile

I am a consultant neurologist practising on Wednesdays at Spire London East Hospital. After qualifying in 1989 at Cambridge Univeristy and working on a medical rotation at Manchester Royal Infirmary, I undertook specialist training in Neurology on the North Thames rotation and at the National Hospital, Queen's Square, where I was awarded the Ralph Noble Prize for his MD thesis. I took up my consultant post in 2001 and was subsequently elected FRCP in 2004.

Since working as a consultant, I have gained a wealth of clinical experience in my NHS practices at King George Hospital, Ilford, Essex, and at the Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel. I also hold an Honorary Senior Lecture post at Queen Mary College, London, where I set up an electrophysiological research laboratory to investigate motor control and the pathophysiology of movement disorders.

As well as a broad background in general neurology, I have particular experience in the management of movement disorders, such as Parkinsonism, tremor and dystonia, and in the treatment of movement disorders, chronic pain and refactory epilepsy with neurostimulation devices. I also specialises in the management of stroke, headache and vertigo.

Clinical Interests

Diagnosis of tremor, Deep brain stimulation for movement disorders, Neurostimulation for chronic pain and epilepsy

Private contact details

Telephone Spire London East 020 8709 7817
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Member of Association of British Neurologists
Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer, King George Hospital and Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel

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