Neurosurgeons in Australia

Sydney Neurosurgeon

Dr Brian Kenneth Owler is a renowned Australian neurosurgeon. In May 2014, he was elected President of the Australian Medical Association. He previously served as President of the NSW Neurosurgical Society. In addition, he is a member of the American Academy of Neurology. His specialties include gynaecology and brain surgery.

Dr Sergides

Dr Sergides is a consultant neurosurgeon in Sydney and specialises in the treatment of neurological conditions affecting the brain, spine and peripheral nerves. He is dual qualified with Fellowships in the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Dr Sergides is a highly regarded Sydney neurosurgeon who specializes in the treatment of spinal conditions. He also specialises in the treatment of head and neck pain. Dr Sergides practices at Roseville, Sydney and has an exceptional reputation for quality and care. He is also a leading expert in neurospine surgery and is available for consultations.

He has undertaken extensive training in England and completed his fellowship training at Kings College and Atkinson Morley’s hospitals. He then spent a year as a Fellow at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney. After completing his training, Dr Sergides was admitted to the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He subsequently returned to Australia to pursue post-doctoral training in neurosurgical spine surgery. He has also passed the Australasian specialist examination in neurosurgery and is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons.

Dr Mark J. Winder

Dr Mark J. Winder is a neurosurgeon with over 20 years of experience. He practices in both private and public hospitals and is the Director of Clinical Training for Neurosurgical Trainees at St Vincent’s. He is also involved in clinical research and is passionate about the latest technology. His practice is based on minimally invasive surgery. He has also completed subspecialty training in North America. At the University of Calgary, Dr Winder completed a 12 month combined spine fellowship where he focused on minimally invasive spine surgery.

Dr Winder is one of the best neurosurgeons in Australia. He practices in St Luke’s and St Vincent’s Public and Private Hospitals. He uses the latest in technology and APIs to help him treat his patients. He has a very friendly and welcoming team that provides exceptional care.

Dr James Laban

Dr James Laban, a Sydney neurosurgeon, trained at the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and completed two fellowships in neurosurgery. He then ran a successful private practice specialising in peripheral nerve surgery. He then served as Director of Neurosurgery at St George’s University Hospital, one of the world’s leading teaching hospitals, treating patients with complex neurosurgical problems from around the world. He was also a member of the Health Education England Neurosurgical Training Committee and the Neurosurgical Specialist Advisory Group.

Dr Laban is a specialist neurosurgeon with a wealth of experience in peripheral nerve and spinal disorders. He collaborates with neurologists, clinical geneticists and orthopaedic surgeons to provide customised treatments for each patient. His team possesses world-class experience and expertise, and he offers compassionate, patient-centred care that is tailored to the individual needs of each patient.

Dr Laban is a dual-certified neurosurgeon who has extensive experience in spinal tumour surgery, brain surgery, and peripheral nerve surgery. He was previously Director of Neurosurgery at St George’s University Hospital in London, one of the world’s largest teaching hospitals. He also holds an Honorary Professorship in Neurosurgery. He returned to Australia in 2018, where he practices in the North Shore Private Hospital and Double Bay. He has a special interest in peripheral nerve surgery and uses state-of-the-art techniques to repair damaged nerves.

Dr Richard Parkinson is a minimally invasive spine surgeon

Dr Richard Parkinson is a fellowship-trained neuro-interventional neurosurgeon and minimally invasive spine surgeon who specializes in spinal surgery. He has over 18 years of experience performing spine surgery and is dedicated to delivering the best possible results for his patients. His philosophy is to use the least invasive techniques possible to treat complex spinal conditions. He also believes in the importance of promoting patient safety and long-term recovery, while using the latest technology to improve patient care.

Dr Richard Parkinson, a fellowship-trained neurosurgeon, treats various types of spinal problems, including degenerative scoliosis, disc protrusions, and sports injuries. He practices in Darlinghurst, North Sydney. He has been a leader in spinal rehabilitation for over 15 years and has helped over 150,000 patients.

Dr Richard Parkinson is an Australian neurosurgeon who specializes in minimally invasive surgery. He also specializes in treating spinal tumours and other neurosurgical problems. He is a member of the Royal North Shore Neurosurgical Society, the NSW Oncology Group, and the Australasian Neuro-Oncology Group. He is also a director of neurosurgery training at the Royal North Shore Private Hospital. Check him out at

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