Dr Hadi Manji, Neurologist

Dr Hadi Manji MA MBBChir (Cambridge) MD FRCP

Neurologist

MA MBBChir (Cambridge) MD FRCP

Areas of expertise

  • Headache disorder (including migraine, peripheral nerve disorders)
  • Tremor and movement disorders (such as Parkinson’s disease)
  • Infectious and inflammatory peripheral nerve disorders
  • Neuroinfection
  • Stroke medicine

Recommendations for Dr Manji

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Recommended by:

  • byDr Dan Ornadel, Respiratory Physician

    Recommended Neurologist.

  • by Dr Filippo Passetti, Psychiatrist

    He seems very sensible and helpful, and mutual patients (particularly one he treated for AVM) talk highly of him.

  • by Dr Michael Beckles, Respiratory Specialist

    Dr Hadi Manji is an excellent general neurologist who also specialises in HIV. He's got a very good opinion.

  • by Prof. Malcolm Rustin, Dermatologist

    Excellent neurologist and caring physician.

  • by Dr Mark Stuart Silvert, Psychiatrist

    Recommended neurologist

  • byDr Dan Ornadel, Respiratory Physician

    Recommended Neurologist.

  • by Dr Filippo Passetti, Psychiatrist

    He seems very sensible and helpful, and mutual patients (particularly one he treated for AVM) talk highly of him.

  • by Dr Michael Beckles, Respiratory Specialist

    Dr Hadi Manji is an excellent general neurologist who also specialises in HIV. He's got a very good opinion.

  • by Prof. Malcolm Rustin, Dermatologist

    Excellent neurologist and caring physician.

  • by Dr Mark Stuart Silvert, Psychiatrist

    Recommended neurologist

  • Address

  • The Physicians' Clinic

    13-14 Devonshire Street, London, GB, W1G 7AE

  • PCR

    23 Queen Square, London, GB, WC1N 3BG

  • Nuffield Health Ipswich Hospital

    Foxhall Rd, Ipswich, GB, IP4 5SW

  • BMI The Clementine Churchill Hospital

    Sudbury Hill, Middlesex, GB, HA1 3RX

  • The Wellington Hospital

    The South Building, Wellington Place, London, GB, NW8 9LE

  • The Platinum Medical Centre

    15-17 Lodge Road, St Johns Wood, London, GB, NW8 7JA

  • Harley Street Clinic

    35 Weymouth Street , London, GB, W1G 8BJ

  • National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery

    33 Queen Square, London, GB, WC1N 3BG

  • About Dr Hadi Manji

    GMC number: 2618270

    Year qualified: 1982

    Place of primary qualification: University of Cambridge

    Dr Hadi Manji is a Consultant Neurologist at The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London. His medical interests include general neurology, peripheral nerve disorders such as peripheral neuropathy due to diabetes, carpal tunnel syndrome and Guillain-Barré (or its chronic correlate, CIDP). He has a specialist interest in peripheral nerve disorders and neurological infections including those related to HIV infection.

    Dr Manji studied medicine at Cambridge University and the Middlesex Hospital, gaining his final MB BChir in 1982. He initially trained as a GP in Edinburgh before specialising in neurology at The Middlesex, Royal Free and National Hospitals. He spent a six-month sabbatical at L'Hopital Kremlin Bicetre, Paris before being appointed Consultant Neurologist at the National Hospital and the Ipswich Hospital in 1997.

    Dr Manji is active in teaching and is involved in developing a new medical school in Beira, Mozambique, which he visits for two weeks every year. He is also the Chief Author and Editor of the Oxford Handbook of Neurology which is used during their training by junior doctors and neurologists worldwide. The first edition sold 11,000 copies and the second edition is in preparation. He is the Honorary Secretary of the Association of British Neurologists. He has published papers on peripheral nerve disorders, HIV neurology and general neurology subjects including movement disorders and neuro-ophthalmology.

    Areas of expertise

    • Dizzyness and blackouts
    • Faints and syncope
    • Guillain Barre syndrome
    • Headaches disorder
    • HIV disease
    • Peripheral neuropathy
    • Stroke medicine
    • Tremor and movement disorders such as Parkinsons disease; neuroinfection e.g meningitis

    Professional memberships

    Other specialists recommended by Dr Manji

  • Dr Dan Ornadel, Respiratory Physician

    I have known Dr Ornadel for over 15 years - he is a well respected chest and general physician who has a huge wealth of experience working at Northwick Park Hospital, The Clementine Churchill Hospital and The Wellington Hospital. He has excellent clinical skills and great empathy. He works extremely hard. I would strongly recommend him.

  • Dr Devinder Bansi, Gastroenterologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Paul Glynne, Physician

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr Simon Moyes, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Harsha Kariyawasam, Respiratory Specialist

    Recommended respiratory specialist

  • Prof. Jaspal Kooner, Cardiologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Prof. Malcolm Rustin, Dermatologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr John McFadden, Dermatologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr Kalpesh S Patel, ENT Specialist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Asjid Qureshi, Endocrinologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Prof. Jayantha Arnold, Gastroenterologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Huw Beynon, Rheumatologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Mike Brown, Infectious Disease Specialist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Santiago Catania Aguero,

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Bryan Youl,

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Carla Cordivari, Neurophysiologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr Alan J Farthing,

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr Riaz Asaria, Ophthalmologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr John Grindle, Ophthalmologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr Sean Molloy, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr Adrian Casey, Neurosurgeon

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr David Choi, Neurosurgeon

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr James Allibone, Neurosurgeon

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Mr Ciaran Healy, Plastic Surgeon

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Gary Bell,

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Elizabeth Lightstone, Renal Physician

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Prof. Onn Min Kon, Respiratory Specialist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • Dr Shahir Hamdulay, Rheumatologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.