Neurology Consultations

Face to face clinic appointments or telehealth appointments (second, third or subsequent consultations only) for assessment, diagnosis and management of neurological disorders such as stroke, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, dementia and neurodegenerative disorders. A referral letter from your doctor, addressed by name to one of our specialists, is required before you can make an appointment. Please contact us by phone for information about fees on (08) 8132 0494.

If you have already received a referral from your doctor to see one of our specialists, please click here to upload your referral. Alternatively ask your doctor to fax or email the referral through to us. Then our specialists will look at it and triage the referral for urgency. We will be in touch as soon as this has been done to book in your appointment (usually takes about a week).

Nerve Conduction Studies and Electromyography

Nerve conduction studies (NCS) and electromyography (EMG) are tests to examine nerve and muscle function. A referral letter from your doctor is required before you can make an appointment. If you have already received a referral from your doctor to see one of our specialists for an NCS or EMG, please click here to upload your referral and we will be in touch shortly. Alternatively ask your doctor to fax or email the referral through to us.

For doctors:
Click here to download an NCS & EMG referral form in PDF form
Click here to download an NCS & EMG referral form in RTF form
Click here to fill out on online form for a NCS & EMG referral

For patients:
Click here to download an NCS & EMG patient info sheet

If you are needing an NCS or EMG, your referral doesn’t need to be received or looked at by the specialists to triage it for urgency before an appointment can be made. So if you have received a referral you can call to book in your appointment today on (08) 8132 0494.

Please note we no longer provide electroencephalogram (EEG) tests. We refer patients to instead have these tests completed through SEER Medical.

Botulinum Toxin Treatment for Neurological Disorders

Botulinum toxin can be used to treat a number of different neurological conditions, including cervical dystonia (also called spasmodic torticollis), blepharospasm (involuntary closure of the eyes), hemifacial spasm (involuntary movement of one half of the face), migraine, axillary hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating) and spasticity. Access to this treatment through the Pharmaceutical Benefits Scheme (PBS) is governed by strict clinical criteria. Therefore, this treatment is only available after clinical consultation and assessment by Dr Roula Ghaoui.