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Dr Adnan Al-Araji

Neurology

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Specialises in

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

About me

Dr Al-Araji graduated from the University of Baghdad and completed his postgraduate training in General Medicine and Neurology in Iraq and the UK. He was granted MRCP (UK) in 1986. Dr Al-Araji's postgraduate neurology training included general neurology, neuro-imaging, clinical neurophysiology, neuro-surgery, rehabilitation medicine, intensive care, neuro-ophthalmology, neuro-psychiatry and research methodology.

Dr Al-Araji has over twenty years experience as a Consultant Neurologist and Clinical Academic, he has gained thorough experience in the management of a wide variety of neurological conditions. He continued his career in Neurology as a visiting Associate Professor of Neurology, at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada, up to his present appointment as Consultant Neurologist at the Royal Stoke University Hospital in 2004.

In his current post as a Consultant Neurologist at the Regional Neuroscience Centre in Stoke on Trent, his duties include general neurology and specialised out-patients clinics, on call duties for acute neurology and a minimum of two ward rounds per week for in-patients.

Dr Al-Araji has special interest in inflammatory and demyelinating neurological conditions including Multiple Sclerosis and Neuro-Behcet. Dr Al-Araji has led the development of the Royal Stoke MS Centre of Excellence in 2015.

Dr Al-Araji has special interest in education. He has developed regional and national courses for GPs, General Medicine Trainees and Neurologists at Keele University.

Areas of interest

• General neurology • Neuro-inflammation (MS) • Epilepsy • Headache • Movement disorders

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