Minimal Wait Times, Maximum Care - Your Go-To Private Neurology Clinic in Sydney

Our private practice is new. We focus on keeping our waiting times short by recruiting new specialists when needed. You don’t have to wait any longer. With minimal waiting time, you can visit our neurologists in Sydney early.

Sha Sha
Sha Sha
2023-12-23
Had numbness and tingling caused by bulging disc. In my initial consultation with Dr.Winters he advised, most likely I need a surgery even without having an MRI ready in that time but he referred me to MRI scan which results proved he was right in first place. I really liked his attitude and honest opinion. He is very knowledgable and I will return to him in future too.
Soy Soy
Soy Soy
2023-12-19
I can’t speak highly enough of Dr Winters. His level of expertise is top notch, and extremely impressive! I feel extremely fortunate to have such an amazing, caring, and compassionate Neurologist treating me. Among the numerous Neurologists I’ve encountered in the past, Dr Winter’s is undoubtedly a cut above the rest! Well worth the two hour trip to see him!! 👌🏻
Anna Hopkins
Anna Hopkins
2023-12-19
Dr Hugh Winters has a great bedside manner, listens to all your concerns and really cares about your health and managing symptoms both short and long term. He is very knowledgeable in IIH & Migrane management. I highly recommend him to anyone with these conditions.
Lezli Boddington
Lezli Boddington
2023-12-14
Dr Winters is exceptional in my experience in that he had the patience to listen so that he had a thorough understanding of my issues. I highly recommend him. The staff at reception are also very calm and caring
Rhonda Chapman
Rhonda Chapman
2023-11-29
Very relaxed and calm waiting area. Parking available at rear. Considerate and genuine time with Dr Winters. Relaxed with no pressure. Great communication.
Max G
Max G
2023-11-29
Outstanding care and service. Dr Winters is a great listener and very caring physician. He was able to zero in on my condition and now we can manage it going forward, a very big thanks. Highly recommend. A big shout out to the team at the front desk too whom are always pleasant and happy to assist.
Kurtis Crisante
Kurtis Crisante
2023-11-13
Good service.
Jeremy Holland
Jeremy Holland
2023-08-23
I'm not usually one to write reviews, but Dr Hugh Winters is so exceptional that I had to. He listens to all questions and queries, and explains everything in an easy to understand manner, providing a very clear treatment plan moving forward. Super friendly and makes you feel like you're being taken care of. The reception staff were also very friendly and welcoming.
BTK
BTK
2023-08-16
Dr Hugh winters is One of the most knowledgeable Neurologists out there very welcoming and understanding worth every dollar.
Why Choose Us

Meet Our Expert Neurologists

Both Dr Winters and Dr Ang are appointed staff specialist neurologists at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and are experts in stroke, TIA, related disorders and they are two of a handful of interventional neurologists that exist in Australia.

Dr Hugh Stephen Winters

Dr Hugh Stephen Winters

MBChB (Auckland) FRACP (Neurology)
CCINR (Neurology)

Staff Specialist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

As a specialist in interventional neurology, Dr Winters is highly trained in the use of minimally invasive, image-guided techniques to diagnose and treat diseases such as stroke, idiopathic intracranial hypertension, and aneurysms.

Dr Timothy Ang

Dr Timothy Ang

MBBS, FRACP (Neurology),
Head of Committee for CCINR

Staff Specialist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital

Dr. Timothy Ang is a neurologist and interventionist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney. Dr. Ang uses cutting-edge medical imaging tests to diagnose and treat neurovascular and neurological diseases.

Dr Manser

Dr David Manser

BSc (Adv) MBBS (Hon I), FRACP

Neurologist

Dr David Manser is a neurologist and is undertaking dual training in clinical genetics. He has garnered broad experience in looking after people with neurological conditions across Sydney and regional/remote Australia. He has interests in all aspects of general neurology, and has a specific focus on caring for patients and families with inherited neurological conditions that manifest across all ages including genetic muscle and neurodegenerative diseases.

Dr Mahtab Ghadiri

Dr Mahtab Ghadiri

BMedSc MBBS (Hons) FRACP PhD

General Neurologist

Dr Mahtab Ghadiri is a specialist in General Neurology and has subspecialist expertise in Multiple Sclerosis and other immune conditions of the central nervous system. Dr Ghadiri is a Staff Specialist Neurologist at St George Hospital. She is the Head of the Multiple Sclerosis clinic at St George Hospital and a Consultant Neurologist in the Multiple Sclerosis clinic at the Brain and Mind Centre/Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. She is a Conjoint Lecturer at the University of New South Wales.

Dr Shadi El Wahsh

Dr Shadi El-Wahsh

BSc (Hons I), MBBS (Hons I),
DPhil (York), FRACP

Neurologist and Clinical Neurophysiologist

Dr Shadi El-Wahsh is a neurologist and clinical neurophysiologist. He has a broad interest across all neurological conditions with a special interest in nerve and muscle disorders and headache. 

Dr Kartik Bhatia

Dr Kartik Bhatia

MBBS, BMedSci (Hons), MS,
PhD, FRANZCR, CCINR

Staff Specialist at St Vincents Hospital

Dr Bhatia is an interventional neuroradiologist who treats both children and adults. He is a world-leading clinician and researcher in paediatric neuro-intervention and has presented treatment changing research on stroke in children at the prestigious International Stroke Conference.

Dr. Christopher Blair

Dr Christopher Blair

BSc (Hons I), MBBS (Hons I),
DPhil (York), FRACP

Staff Specialist at Gosford and Wyong Hospitals

Having trained at both Royal Prince Alfred and Liverpool Hospitals Chris has gained rich experience in the treatment of all types of neurological disorders and also maintains strong subspecialty interests in stroke and neurovascular illnesses, movement disorders, and neuromuscular diseases.

Neurological Services

Neurological Services We Provide For Patients

What does a Neurologist Treat?

Neurologists are specialists who treat diseases of the brain and spinal cord, peripheral nerves and muscles. Neurological conditions include but are not limited to epilepsy, stroke, multiple sclerosis (MS) and Parkinson’s disease.

CURA Medical Specialists are experienced in diagnosing and treating patients with neurological disorders, including:

Neurological
Consultations

Urgent TIAs and
Stroke Reviews

Nerve Conduction
Studies

Routine and Sleep
Deprived EEG

Ultrasound-guided
Peripheral Nerve
Cortisone Injections

Botox
Therapy

Cognitive
Testing

Heartbug Monitoring
(30-day Holter)

Why Choose CURA
Medical Specialists

Our team offers an early assessment of neurological conditions, allowing for early and urgent treatments. Book with us today to get the support you need.

  • Your go-to private neurology clinic in Sydney
  • Rapid access to specialist neurology care
  • Wide network of neurologists for different neurological conditions – you’ll get to see the best specialist
  • Exclusive access to some of the best diagnostic testing in Sydney
  • Leading-edge and accurate treatments
  • Nationally recognised
  • 5-star reviews
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Pricing

How much does it cost for a Neurologist consultation at CURA Medical Specialists?

The consultation cost will vary depending on the service enquired, appointment duration, medicare availability and other factors. Please use this calculator to get an estimate of your cost on the day of your consultation.

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What We Treat

What We Treat: Conditions
We Diagnose and Treat

Persistent or sudden headaches, muscle weakness, lack of coordination, loss of sensation, seizures and memory loss can all be signs that something is not right with your nervous system. CURA Medical Specialists are experienced in diagnosing and treating disorders of the nervous system, including:

STROKE

This is a sudden interruption in the blood supply of the brain, and about 50,000 patients suffer from it each year. The treatment and prevention of stroke is extremely important.

Transient Ischaemic Attack (TIA)

Often called a ministroke, a TIA is a temporary period of symptoms similar to those of a stroke. A TIA usually lasts only a few minutes and doesn't cause permanent damage but the prevention is critical.

Headache

Headache—in all its varieties—are common and can seriously affect your quality of life. When headaches don’t respond to the usual treatments, our specialists can help.

Migraine

Chronic migraine is a debilitating and often misunderstood headache disorder. The good news is that effective migraine treatment can help the management and prevention of further attacks, to minimise their impact on your life.

Aneurysms

Almost 500,000 Australians have a brain aneurysm, which is a bulge that forms in the blood vessels of your brain.

Seizures
(Epilepsy)

We offer individually tailored treatment plans for all people with their first seizure and patients with epilepsy.

Back Pain

There are different causes of neck and back pain. The first step is obtaining scans to identify the causes of pain. It is important that depending on the cause of the pain.

Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (IIH)

IIH is an underdiagnosed disorder that affects mostly women during their reproductive age and is especially common in overweight patients.

Intracranial atherosclerosis (ICAD)

ICAD occurs when the inside of brain arteries become lined with a hard white substance called plaque, made up of deposits of fat and cholesterol.

Dizziness

Vertigo is the sensation of spinning or dizziness and may be accompanied by nausea and vomiting, that occurs as a result of problems within the brain or the inner ear.

Dural arteriovenous fistula (DAVF) or Arteriovenous fistula (AVM)

DAVFs are abnormal connections between arteries and veins in the tough covering over the brain or spinal cord (dura mater).

Carotid Disease

Carotid artery disease is a narrowing of the carotid arteries which can cause reduced blood flow to the brain and can result in plaque breakage and clot formation eventually leading to stroke.

This is a sudden interruption in the blood supply of the brain, and about 50,000 patients suffer from it each year. A stroke can have a devastating effect on someone’s life and so the treatment and prevention of stroke is extremely important.

Often called a ministroke, a TIA is a temporary period of symptoms similar to those of a stroke. A TIA usually lasts only a few minutes and doesn’t cause permanent damage but like stroke, the prevention of future TIA episodes or stroke is critical.

Headache—in all its varieties—are common and can seriously affect your quality of life. When headaches don’t respond to the usual treatments, our specialists can help.

Chronic migraine is a debilitating and often misunderstood headache disorder. The good news is that effective migraine treatment can help the management and prevention of further attacks, to minimise their impact on your life.

Almost 500,000 Australians have a brain aneurysm, which is a bulge that forms in the blood vessels of your brain and in some patients can lead to rupture resulting in bleeding into the brain. It’s important that aneurysms, once discovered, are scanned regularly to ensure they do not enlarge. Some aneurysms, if large enough, may require treatment to prevent rupture.

We offer individually tailored treatment plans for all people with their first seizure and patients with epilepsy.

There are different causes of neck and back pain. The first step is obtaining scans to identify the causes of pain. It is important that depending on the cause of the pain, each cause may require a different approach to pain management, involvement of physiotherapy and rehabilitation.

IIH is an underdiagnosed disorder that affects mostly women during their reproductive age and is especially common in overweight patients. It is characterised by a persistent headache and visual disturbances. If severe it can increase the risk of long term visual disability. 

ICAD occurs when the inside of brain arteries become lined with a hard white substance called plaque, made up of deposits of fat and cholesterol. It can result in lower blood flow to the brain and in some patients can cause stroke. Most patients can be treated with medication and in rare instances require stenting to reduce the risk of future stroke.

Vertigo is the sensation of spinning or dizziness and may be accompanied by nausea and vomiting, that occurs as a result of problems within the brain or the inner ear.

DAVFs are abnormal connections between arteries and veins in the tough covering over the brain or spinal cord (dura mater). In some patients, this can cause symptoms such as pulsatile tinnitus and/or headache.

Carotid artery disease is a narrowing of the carotid arteries which can cause reduced blood flow to the brain and can result in plaque breakage and clot formation eventually leading to stroke.

We are Capable of Treating a Wide Range of Neurological Disorders
Referrals

For Referring Doctors

We are grateful for the trust demonstrated by the GPs when they allow us to care for their patients. We pride ourselves in communicating with the referring physician and health care professional before and after we see their patient.

Contact

Our Location and Contact Details

Consultation

How to Arrange a Consultation
With Us in Drummoyne, Sydney

If you’d like to arrange a consultation appointment with us, it couldn’t be easier:

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Complete the form below to request a consultation. You can also email us, call or live chat.

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consultation

The specialist will take a detailed and thorough history about your neurological problem/s, perform a comprehensive physical examination and examine test results that are already available.

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Care Co-ordination

Our secretaries will arrange the tests for you in advance before you leave. This is so that we can arrange for a timely follow-up after the tests and the results are available for review.

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FAQs

FAQs

If you have any more questions regarding any of our full range of services, you can contact us today. Below are our most frequently asked questions which may also provide you with the information you’re looking for:

There are a number of top neurologists in Sydney, but Dr. Ang and Dr Winters are two of only a handful of interventional neurologists that exist in Australia.

Neurologists can treat a vast range of neurological disorders, depending on the individual patient’s needs.

You are likely to be referred to a neurologist if you’re having symptoms that could be caused by a neurological condition.

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