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- Movement disorders
- Stroke medicine
Dr Yen Tai was trained in neurology in Cambridge and London. He has been a consultant neurologist at Hillingdon and Charing Cross Hospitals since 2012. Apart from general neurology, Dr Tai also has subspecialty interests in movement disorders (including Parkinson's disease), headaches, stroke and epilepsy.
Dr Tai runs a tertiary movement disorders service at Charing Cross Hospital, which includes providing advanced treatment for Parkinson's disease and Deep Brain Stimulation. He also runs a weekly complex Parkinson's clinic at Mount Vernon Hospital.
Areas of interest
Movement Disorders; Parkinson's Disease; Headaches; Epilepsy; Stroke; Migraine; Dizziness; Fits; Falls; Faints; Seizures; Pins and needles; Sensory problems; Balance problems; Walking problems; Neck pain; Head pain; Back pain
Current NHS consultant posts held
Charing Cross Hospital
Dr Tai has a research interest in functional imaging of movement disorders, and was awarded a Wellcome Trust research training fellowship to complete a PhD at Imperial College London. He is currently an Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London and is actively involved in Parkinson’s disease related research.
English, Chinese, Malay
- MBBS (First Class) University of Sydney 1998
- MRCP (UK) Royal College of Physicians 2001
- PhD Imperial College London 2011
Post treatment communication
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Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
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