Dr Mkael Symmonds (BM BCh PhD MRCP)

Oxford Neurology Services specialise in private neurophysiology, neurology and sleep services in Oxford and the South-east.

Dr Mkael Symmonds is a dual-accredited Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist and Neurologist. Currently leading the supra-regional Neurology sleep disorders service for the south-central region with specialist interests in non-respiratory sleep disorders, neuromuscular conditions and epilepsy.

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Neurophysiology & Neurodiagnostics

Neurophysiology is the study and assessment of the nervous system. When functioning correctly, our nervous system reads small electrical signals sent through our body from the brain.

Neurodiagnostic tests help us identify normal and abnormal activity in the nervous system. These tests record and analyse the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous systems to gauge whether they work correctly.

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Sleep Disorders

Specialising in non-respiratory sleep disorders including insomnia, dysomnia, parasomnias, restless legs and other movement disorders, narcolepsy and other causes of excessive daytime sleepiness.

Repeatedly experiencing disrupted sleep patterns is frustrating and can have a negative impact on daily life, mood and productivity.

As a specialist sleep clinic covering Oxford and the southeast of England, Dr Symmonds specialises in insomnia, REM sleep behaviour disorder, and a range of parasomnias.

These conditions can be very disruptive and distressing but are often treatable. Please get in touch to see if we can help.

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Neurophysiology & Neurodiagnostics

Neurophysiology is the study and assessment of the nervous system. When functioning correctly, our nervous system reads small electrical signals sent through our body from the brain.

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Neurology

Neurological disorders like epilepsy, dementia and migraines can cause debilitating symptoms and affect mental health and well-being.

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Sleep Disorders

We specialise in various sleep disorders. Including insomnia, dysomnia, parasomnias, restless legs and other movement disorders, narcolepsy and other causes of excessive daytime sleepiness.

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