Practices (5)

Oaks Hospital , Colchester
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Eastern Avenue, Southend-on-Sea
Spire Wellesley Hospital (map)

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10 Harley Street, London
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Services & pricing

Botulinum toxin


Oaks Hospital , Colchester

Medical Practice


Bonner Road , London

St Bartholomew'S Hospital


Eastern Avenue, Southend-on-Sea

Spire Wellesley Hospital


10 Harley Street, London

Medical Practice


Whitechapel Rd, London

The Royal London Hospital


First visit Neurology

from £250


Oaks Hospital , Colchester

Medical Practice


Bonner Road , London

St Bartholomew'S Hospital


Eastern Avenue, Southend-on-Sea

Spire Wellesley Hospital


10 Harley Street, London

Medical Practice


Whitechapel Rd, London

The Royal London Hospital


Home visit Neurology


Oaks Hospital , Colchester

Medical Practice


Bonner Road , London

St Bartholomew'S Hospital


Eastern Avenue, Southend-on-Sea

Spire Wellesley Hospital


10 Harley Street, London

Medical Practice


Whitechapel Rd, London

The Royal London Hospital


Subsequent visits Neurology


Oaks Hospital , Colchester

Medical Practice


Bonner Road , London

St Bartholomew'S Hospital


Eastern Avenue, Southend-on-Sea

Spire Wellesley Hospital


10 Harley Street, London

Medical Practice


Whitechapel Rd, London

The Royal London Hospital

Patient Reviews

5

General score
4 reviews

  • Punctuality
  • Attention
  • Facilities
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Verified patient
Help with severe facial pain

Excellent:
I had not seen this doctor before and after being seen by a consultant for over twenty years at York District Hospital, this is the first time that I have been treated with care and consideration, his bedside manner, attention and concern was exemplary, I hope I see him again !!!!!

Could be improved:
Nothing, first class consultant.


A
My hand that will not do as it's told.

Excellent:
A thoroughly lovely man who instantly puts a patient at ease. Great sense of humour whilst being super thorough and professional. One of the loveliest consultants I've ever met who obviously enjoys his work. A people person with a gift. My consultation was in York.


A
Suspected Parkinsons

Excellent:
An impressive appointment. Extremely thorough. Not afraid to give a reasoned and confident diagnosis. Lovely sense of humour. Very grateful for direct information, even posted me his findings as supplied to my GP.


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Verified patient
Location: Medical Practice

My daughter booked an appointment with Dr. Elrington in complete desperation after 17 months of pain that were disabling her. Dr. Elrington is polite, gentle, assertive, with an extreme care for patients, knowledgeable, immediately sorted everything and prescribed a complete treatment. He is charming, with a wonderful sense of humour, and I recommend this genius to anyone looking for the perfect Neurologist. No one gest even near his wisdom! He does a thorough follow up and he is always availabl


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Questions solved

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  • Question about Pain

    Worsening symptoms over years multitude now seeing rheumy but no help symptoms include now slow bowel swollen abdomen urination problems skin changes Bell’s palsy but don’t think as recurring drop gone in week red stinging eye whisk sounds stupid got worse with bowel movement joint muscle nerve pain colour changing hands fingers twitching marks look like ringworm but scarred. Ringing in ear brain freeze headaches circulation and breathing probs. Could I need neuro not rheumy, getting worse in a year told fibro but do not believe and nothing else been ruled out. Eyes not checked bowels not checked urination not checked muscles nerves not checked. Vessels burst in hands occasionally. Woman 49 ongoing for years but much worsened for 1 year

    I am sorry to hear so many symptoms for so long. However the longer it has gone on and you remain sort-of coping, the less likely there is to be a serious cause. If examination and tests are normal it is possible you have a functional disorder, which is like a computer software problem: not working properly but not actually broken.

    Dr. Giles Elrington

  • Question about Abdominal MRI

    I have multiple sclerosis I feel so much better what do I need to do to have an MRI scan?

    MS symptoms usually recover naturally in the early years of the illness. In some but not all MS patients it can be helpful to look at any possible change on MRI even when the patient feels well.

    Dr. Giles Elrington

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Specializations

  • General neurology
  • Migraine and other headaches
  • Multiple sclerosis
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