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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Maneesh Bhojak at Spire include:
All aspects of neuroradiology including interpreting imaging for neurological disorders including spine, headache, brain tumours, neuro-inflammatory conditions, neuro-ophthalmology, skull based disorders and neuro-vascular disorders with particular emphasis on CT and MRI imaging.
I am a consultant neuroradiologist working at the Walton Centre in Liverpool, Spire Cheshire and Spire Murrayfield Hospital. In my clinical practice I cover all aspects of diagnostic brain and spine imaging including, skull base, pituitary, brain tumour (including advanced brain tumour imaging – MR spectroscopy and perfusion imaging), epilepsy, trauma, neuro-ophthalmology and vascular (neuro) imaging.
My basic radiology training was at Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals followed by a two year subspecialty fellowship in neuroradiology at Charing Cross Hospital, National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Queen’s Square) and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children, London.
All aspects of diagnostic neuroradiology including skull base, neuro-ophthalmology, spinal and advance neuroimaging.
MBBS / SMS Medical College, Jaipur, India / 1996
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
MRCP / Royal College of Physicians (UK) / 2004
Member of Royal College of Physicians
FRCR / Royal College of Radiologists (UK) / 2007
Fellow of Royal College of Radiology
EDiNR / ESNR (Europe) / 2013
European Diploma in Neuro-Radiology
Consultant Neuroradiologist, The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust
Honorary Lecturer, School of Medicine, University of Liverpool
Outside my work I like to spend time with my family. I enjoy playing racquet sports, listening to Indian classical music and reading non-fictional books.Back to top
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