Dr Nicholas Crump is a Neurologist and Clinical Neurophysiologist. As a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians, Nicholas completed Neurology training, in particular with subspecialty training in Neurophysiology and Electrodiagnostic medicine, achieving the highest level of qualifications under the Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologist (ANZAN) guidelines for neurophysiology. He offers subspecialty training, qualifications and experience in:

General neurological disorders
Immune mediated and inflammatory conditions that affect the brain spinal cord nerves and muscles
Common neurological conditions such as migraine, epilepsy and Parkinsons disease
Multiple Sclerosis
Peripheral neuropathies muscle diseases and Myasthenia Gravis
Routine nerve conduction studies and EMG, seeing patients requiring both a consult and NCS/EMG in a comprehensive single session
As a Physician, Nick collates information from patient history, physical examination, x-ray and conduction test results to determine an accurate diagnosis. Nerve conduction studies record and analyse electrical impulses between muscles and nerves to diagnose evaluate and treat neuromuscular musculoskeletal and nervous system disorders

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