Dr Sundus Alusi
About Sundus Alusi
Dr Sundus Alusi has been a Consultant Neurologist since 2004 and has a special interest in movement disorders. Since 2020 she has been the clinical lead for movement disorders at The Walton Centre. At The Walton Centre Dr Alusi leads the Deep Brain Stimulation service and founded and co-leads the Huntington's disease clinic. Since 2004, she has held the role of educational supervisor.
She has been actively involved research in movement disorders and published in peer reviewed journals through out the years.
Neurology: Movement disorders
MBChB, MD, FRCP
Tremor disorders, particularly tremor in multiple sclerosis
Deep brain stimulation for the treatment of movement disorders (tremor, dystonia and Parkinson’s Disease)
Fragile X Associated Tremor and Ataxia Syndrome
Membership of professional regional and national bodies
Fellow of The Royal College of Physicians
Member of The British Medical Association
Member of the MDDUS
Member of the UK Huntington’s Disease Network
Member of the UK Deep Brain Stimulation Collaborator Group
Member of the Association of British Neurologists movement disorders subspecialty advisory group
Neurology Advisor for the Fragile X Society UK
Member of the International Parkinson’s and Movement Disorders Society
Member of the International FXTAS consortium
Member of the advisory committee of the International Fragile X Pre-mutation Registry
The Neurology service provides specialist care to patients across Cheshire, Merseyside, North Wales and the Isle of Man.
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is the most common potentially disabling disease of the central nervous system affecting young adults.
Parkinson's disease Nurse Specialists
Providing specialist advice, support and education for patients, and their carers, who have Parkinson’s disease and related disorders
Physiotherapy botulinum toxin service
This service is provided by clinical specialist physiotherapists who administer botulinum toxin injections to patients with spasticity and dystonia
Page last updated: 14 July 2021106