I am a Consultant Paediatrician and specialist in neurodevelopmental disorders. I have a small but very busy private practice in Central London.

I hold an NHS Consultant contract at St George’s Hospital, London but have now largely retired. I look after an existing caseload of patients but no longer see new NHS patients.

What problems I can help with…

I see patients, generally under the age of 16 years, who have developmental problems affecting learning, behaviour and communication such as:

  • When attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is suspected
  • Difficulties with social function where autism spectrum disorder is suspected
  • Problems with motor coordination, particularly when dyspraxia is suspected
  • General and specific learning disability who may have another unrecognised disorder
  • Tic disorders and Tourette’s syndrome
  • Where previous assessments and diagnoses give conflicting outcomes or opinions
  • Behavioural conditions that may benefit from medication

I do not see children where the primary question is to assess physical disability or suspected epilepsy as this is the remit of a paediatrician with a specialism in neurodisability or a paediatric neurologist.

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