COVID-19 information

Visiting is once again welcomed at The Walton Centre. So that we can safely reintroduce visiting, visits should be pre-booked with an allocated appointment slot. Patients can have two visitors each.

General safety measures remain in place at The Walton Centre - and in our other clinic settings within the community – until further notice. These include temperature checks, the wearing of face coverings and social distancing.

Dr Jay Panicker

About Jay Panicker

Dr Jay Panicker did his undergraduate training and part of his postgraduate training in India, acquiring MBBS and MD degrees before moving to the UK to undertake postgraduate training in Neurology which was undertaken in Edinburgh and Liverpool.

He started as a Consultant Neurologist with a specialist interest in movement disorders in 2013 and has a specialist interest in deep brain stimulation and normal pressure hydrocephalus. Dr Panicker is currently the lead for risk and clinical governance in neurology.

Speciality

Neurology, Movement disorders

Qualifications

MBBS,MD,MRCP

Clinical/research interests

Movement disorders

Deep brain stimulation

Normal pressure hydrocephalus

Membership of professional regional and national bodies

International Parkinsons Disease and Movement Disorders Society

European Association of Neurology

American Academy of Neurology

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The Neurology service provides specialist care to patients across Cheshire, Merseyside, North Wales and the Isle of Man. 

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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: 12 August 2021

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