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Dr Ganesh Bavikatte


Specific Sub-Interest: Brain Injury Rehabilitation, Guillain-Barre, Trauma Rehabilitation
Location: North West

Dr Bavikatte MBBS, MD (Medicine), FRCP (London), FEBPRM (Europe), is a Consultant and Clinical Lead in Neurorehabilitation medicine, based mainly at specialist neurology hospital, the Walton Centre in Liverpool.

Dr Bavikatte specialises in rehabilitation including acquired and hypoxic brain injury, traumatic brain injury including post-concussion syndrome, spasticity, stroke and poly trauma.

Dr Bavikatte has also undertaken a number of research projects and is currently the Chief Investigator for ASPIRE, an international study on botulinum toxin use in managing spasticity, and a Co-Investigator ReMemBerIn, a study of memory problems after traumatic brain injury.

In a recent article, Dr Ganesh Bavikatte shared his views about neurorehabilitation and the role of the Expert Witness.

Read more in our interview with him.

 





 

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