Dr James Rakshi



  • Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Epilepsy
  • Movement disorders
  • Multiple sclerosis (MS)
  • Stroke medicine

About me

Dr Rakshi has been a consultant Neurologist for over 15 years and has extensive experience in diagnosing and managing the whole range of neurological disorders and problems. He graduated in 1988 at Aberdeen University where he first developed an interest in neurology and neuro-imaging working in the neurosurgical and neurology unit. Dr Rakshi believes the key to reaching the correct diagnosis is taking the time to listen to the patient and family and always keeping an open mind whilst considering the more serious and urgent diagnoses. He has a reputation for giving a clear explanation of the patient's neurological problem and how best to investigate and or manage it. He is often asked to provide a second opinion. He prides himself on quickly organising investigations and providing detailed letters and reports in clear understandable language. Neurology often crosses over into other medical and surgical specialties and so he has developed over the years strong links with other top consultants to provide a true expert multidisciplinary approach when required. He also has an outstanding team of therapists who he works closely with. His ethos is very simple, treat each patient the way you would want to be managed and treated yourself.

Areas of interest

In no particular order: Parkinsons disease; Stroke; Memory problems and Dementia; Headaches and Migraine; Multiple Sclerosis; Dizziness and Vertigo; Neck and Lower back Problems; Epilepsy and Funny Turns/Faints; Weakness and fatigue; Numbness and tingling

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