Dr Kurien Koshy
I am a Specialist Neurologist, Clinical Neurophysiologist and Neuromuscular Specialist with around 13 years of experience in the diagnosis management of neurological disorders.
After obtaining MBBS, I completed residencies in both Internal Medicine (MD) and
Neurology (DM) before undertaking a sub-specialty fellowship in Neuromuscular Disorders/Neurophysiology at the University of Calgary, Canada with a world-renowned neuromuscular research group.
I was awarded Fellowship of Royal Australasian College of Physicians (FRACP –Neurology) in 2012. My other academic qualifications include a Specialty Certificate in Neurology (Royal College of Physicians, UK) and Diplomate of the European Board of Neurology.
My present public appointments include Clinical Lead in Neurophysiology and Consultant Neurologist with Eastern Health, Melbourne and visiting Consultant Neurologist at Northern Hospital, Epping.
I am well versed in the management of all other neurological disorders including Movement Disorders, Demyelinating Disorders, Headaches, Epilepsy and Cerebrovascular Diseases and would be happy to see such cases. My sub-specialty interest is in neuromuscular disorders and neurophysiology, management of complex neuromuscular diseases, diagnosis of Neuropathies and Muscular Dystrophies, performing and interpreting Nerve Conductions Studies, Electromyograms, Repetitive Nerve Stimulations studies and Single-Fiber EMGs.
- MD (Internal Medicine)
- DM (Neurology)
- Fellowship in Neuromuscular Disorders
- FRACP (Neurology)
- SCE (Neurology, Royal College of Physicians UK)
- Diploma (European Board of Neurology)
- Member of the American Academy of Neurology
- Member of the American Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine
- Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians
- Hospital Appointments:
- Box Hill Hospital, Eastern Health, Box Hill
- Northern Hospital, Northern Health, Epping
- Mitcham Private Hospital, Mitcham
- For further information please visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/drkkoshy