Dr Kashif Mansoor: Clinical neurophysiology

Dr Kashif Mansoor

Clinical neurophysiology


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About me

Dr Mansoor is currently working as a consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology at York Teaching Hospitals NHS trust and Harrogate District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. His special interests include investigation of peripheral nerve, muscle and central nervous system disorders. This means he works with very interesting and challenging cases all the time. People he helps may have just numbness or pain, slight weakness, deterioration of function for example hand/limb. Dr Mansoor also helps to diagnose the underlying cause of patients with walking/balance problems and variety of other neurological disorders.
Dr Mansoor held a clinical neurophysiology specialist training post at Regional Neuro Sciences centre Royal Victoria infirmary Newcastle upon Tyne. Here he not only availed opportunities for clinical training but also actively participated in various research projects. During these years he also spent time at prestigious institutes- University College London hospitals including National Neurology and Great Ormond street hospitals for further specialist experience.
He also acquired additional specialist skills and experience by attending international courses and conferences. These include a diploma course at Uppsala University, Sweden, and the epilepsy surgery course at Cleveland Clinic, Ohio, USA.

Areas of interest

Electrodiagnosis for Nerve, muscle problems; Nerve Conduction Study (NCS); Electromyography (EMG); Tremor analysis; Video telemetry; home video ambulatory; Magnetic stimulation studies (MEP); sensory evoked potentials(SSEP); advanced investigation like Single fibre EMG (SFEMG); stimulated jitter analysis; EEG; Video Telemetry; Ambulatory; Video ambulatory studies; Sleep Studies; Median entrapment neuropathy; i.e. Carpal tunnel syndrome; (CTS); Ulnar neuropathy at the elbow; ulnar neuropathy in hand; Brachial plexus problems; Brachial Neuritis; Thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS); Radial nerve palsy; Shoulder problems; winging of scapula; long thoracic nerve palsy; Spine problems; radiculopathy; Peripheral neuropathy; Small fibre neuropathy;
Walking balance problems; Problem with speech; swallowing ; Muscle disorders; myopathy, myositis; Inherited nerve and muscle disorders; Myasthenia gravis; Congenital myasthenic syndrome;

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Procedures completed

  • 22022

    Recording and reporting on electromyography and nerve conduction studies (EMG); CTS (Bilateral upper limb only) or peripheral neuropathy - (5-50)

    BMI The Duchy Hospital (1-5) Nuffield Health York Hospital (1-5)

  • 22003

    Sleep Electroencephalography (EEG) - (5-50)

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