Dr Naheed Khan
Dr Khan is a Consultant Neurologist at the regional neurosciences centre at King's College Hospital, London and Maidstone Hospital in Kent.
Dr Khan qualified from Cambridge University and for specialist training rotated through the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London and King's
College Hospital. She was awarded a PhD for research on Parkinson's disease, at the Institute of Neurology, University College London and then completed a post training Clinical Fellowship in Parkinson’s disease and Movement disorders at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London.
Dr Khan has expertise in all areas of neurology including headache, migraine, epilepsy, dementia and acute neurology as well as complex neurology requiring a second opinion.
Her specialist expertise lies in Parkinson's disease, other causes of parkinsonism and tremor and the hereditary and acquired dystonias, chorea and ataxias. Dr Khan also heads a botulinum toxin service (cervical dystonia, hemi-facial spasm and salivary pooling) and is currently the chair of the South East Movement disorders and Parkison’s disease forum.
Dr Khan has a number of publications in scientific medical journals and continues to write and edit textbooks and scientific articles and lectures both regionally and internationally.
- The American Academy of Neurology (AAN)
- The International Parkinson’s disease and Movement disorders Society (MDS)
- British Neurotoxin Network (BNN)
- The Association of British Neurologists (ABN)
- The Society of Authors (SoA)
- The Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics Network (STEMNET)
- The Cambridge Medical Graduates Society (Council member)
Headache, Migraine, Seizures, Numbness, Tingling, Vertigo. Weakness, Parkinson’s disease, Tremor, Dystonia, Ataxia, Chorea, Inherited Movement disorders
HCA Healthcare UK Outpatients & Diagnostics Centre, The Shard, St Thomas Street
Friday PM/EVE at The Shard
01622 331 333
MA MB BChir (Cantab) PhD FRCP
King's College Hospital & Maidstone Hospital