Dr Razia Mansoor

Specialist – Neurology

Specialty: Neuroscience

Practice Locations: NMC Royal Hospital - Mohammed Bin Zayed City, Abu Dhabi

Dr Razia Mansoor graduated from Fatima Jinnah Medical College Lahore. She completed her post-graduation residency programme in Neurology (FCPS) from Mayo hospital Lahore, King Edward Medical University, which is one of the acclaimed hospitals for Neurology training in Pakistan.

After moving to the UAE, she worked as a Senior Registrar in Zayed Military Hospital being first point of contact for both Neurology and internal Medicine emergencies.  In 2016, she continued her practice as a Specialist – Neurology in various private hospitals in Abu Dhabi.

She completed MRCP from the Royal College of Physicians, United Kingdom; she moved to the UK and worked for three years at regional tertiary Stroke and Neurology centres (North Bristol NHS Trust Southmead Hospital and University Hospital Bristol and Weston NHS Foundation), which is a testament to her commitment to continuous learning and professional development.

She is a highly experienced neurologist with more than 15 years of wealth of knowledge and expertise in the field.

Dr Razia's areas of expertise cover a wide range of neurological disorders, including headache (migraine, cluster headache, and Botox for chronic migraine), epilepsy/seizures, demyelinating disorders (multiple sclerosis, NMO), memory problems, movement disorders (tremors, Parkinson's disease), mono and poly neuropathies (numbness and tingling of arms or legs), mini/minor strokes, post-stroke care, neck & back pain, Bell's Palsy, and infection of the brain.

She is also highly skilled in interpreting NCS and EEG and various other Neuro Physiological procedures.

Practice Locations

NMC Royal Hospital - Mohammed Bin Zayed City, Abu Dhabi
NMC Royal Hospital - Mohammed Bin Zayed City, Abu Dhabi

Mohammad Bin Zayed City, Zone 15 (next to Shaikah Fatima Bint Mubarak Mosque)

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