Dr Pyari Bose completed his specialist postgraduate medical training in Southampton, Birmingham, Leeds and Hull, following which he was awarded MRCP(UK) by the Royal College of Physicians, UK. He underwent neurology training in Leeds, Wakefield and Hull, during which time he was awarded a speciality certificate in neurology - MRCP(UK)(Neurology), and his completion certification in neurology (CCT). Following the completion of his neurology training, he went on to undertake research into headache disorders at King's College London. His research investigated various aspects and phases of migraine using a novel MRI technique called arterial spin labelled (ASL) MRI. For his research work, he was awarded a Doctorate in Clinical Neuroscience by King's College London. He was conferred a Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians, London in recognition of his contributions in the field of medicine.
Dr Bose has experience managing various neurological disorders and keeps himself up to date on the latest healthcare trends and developments. He has good experience using Botox for chronic migraine, greater occipital nerve blocks, neuromodulation in headache disorders. Moreover, he has experience being involved in clinical trials using the novel CGRP antibodies for headache disorders.
Dr Bose is a very good listener. He gives patients ample time to explain their symptoms so that a thorough assessment can be made. He has made accurate diagnosis in many challenging neurological cases. He has published widely, received several awards and is a speaker at international events.
When not working, he likes to keep fit, read and travel.