Dr Michael Gross

Dr Gross graduated from Cambridge University (Sidney Sussex College) before attending The Royal London for clinical studies. He trained at The Royal Free, The Hammersmith, St Mary’s and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery. In 1990 he was appointed consultant neurologist at The Royal Surrey County Hospital and then elected Chairman of Neuroscience. He has carried out extensive research and published in a range of neurological conditions. In 1998 and 1999 he was short listed as UK “Hospital Doctor of the Year”.

From 2001 he has been full time in the private sector. BMI The Clementine Churchill Hospital has been his main private base helped by living in Harrow with his wife who is a nurse. Dr Gross has four clinics at The Clementine Churchill Hospital.

Dr Gross was Clinical Director at a Neurology Research Unit for 11 years. He has lectured extensively on many neurology subjects to learned societies worldwide. This has helped fuel his passion for travel and photography. He is Chairman of the Neurosciences User Group at the hospital and being accredited in neurology and neurophysiology acts as clinical lead for the neurophysiology and balance testing service. He also regularly acts as an Expert Witness in high profile court cases.

Areas of Expertise

  • Brain injury
  • Spinal injury
  • Headache
  • Blackouts and funny turns,
  • Epilepsy
  • Dizziness
  • Multiple Sclerosis and Neuropathy
  • General clinical neurology

Profession: Neurologist

Courts or Tribunals: Clinical Negligence, Employment, Occupational Health, Personal Injury

Age groups: Adult

Psychological Specialisms: Neurological Disorder, Physical Disabilty

Therapies offered: