Hello. I am Pyari Bose. You can call me Ray. I completed my specialist postgraduate medical training in the UK, following which I was awarded membership – MRCP(UK) by the Royal College of Physicians, UK. After my postgraduate medical training, I underwent neurology training following which, I was awarded a speciality certificate in neurology – MRCP(UK)(Neurology), and completion certification in neurology (CCT). I then went on to undertake research into headache disorders at the world-renowned King’s College London. My research involved investigation into the various aspects and phases of migraine using a novel MRI technique called arterial spin labelled (ASL) MRI. For my research work, I was awarded a Doctorate in Clinical Neuroscience by King’s College London. I was conferred a Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians, London in recognition of my contributions in the field of medicine. I was also conferred a Fellow of the Australasian College of Physicians.
I have experience in managing various neurological disorders and keep myself up to date on the latest healthcare trends and developments. I have good experience using Botox for chronic migraine, greater occipital nerve blocks, neuromodulation in headache disorders. Moreover, I have experience being involved in clinical trials using the novel CGRP antibodies for headache disorders.
I am a very good listener. I give patients ample time to explain their symptoms so that a thorough assessment can be made. I have made accurate diagnosis in many challenging neurological cases. I have published widely, received several awards and am a speaker at national and international events. When not working, I like to keep fit, read and travel.
Virtual consults on evenings and weekends could be considered on a case-by-case basis. Please check suitability and availability with reception.
Qualifications: MBBS, MRCP(UK), MRCP(UK)(Neurology), CCT in Neurology(UK), MD, FRCP(London), FRACP