Dr Simon Freilich: Clinical neurophysiology
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Dr Simon Freilich

Clinical neurophysiology

 

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About me

I am a Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology primarily based at the Luton and Dunstable University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. I qualified with distinction from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2006 and undertook a wide range of clinical training in general medicine working across London's leading teaching hospitals.
I have extensive experience across all branches of neurophysiology having trained at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, The Royal Free Hospital and Great Ormond Street Hospital. I won the Lord Adrian prize in Clinical Neurophysiology in my first year of specialist training for my work on sedation monitoring, and remain actively involved in research, training and quality improvement projects.
I have particular expertise in peripheral nerve injuries, nerve entrapment, neuro-muscular diseases and epilepsy. I work across all age ranges and strive to make the experience of neurophysiological tests as pleasant as possible.

Areas of interest

Nerve conduction studies and Electromyography ( NCS/EMG)
Evoked Potentials (SSEP, MEP, ERG, VEP, BSAEP)
Electroencephalography (Routine, Sleep Deprived, Video-Telemetry, Ambulatory)

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  • 22023

    Recording and reporting on electromyography and nerve conduction studies (EMG); mononeuropathy (e.g. ulnar), Cx/lumbar radiculopathy, myopathy - (5-50)

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