Dr Brian Kenneth Owler, a Sydney Neurosurgeon, is the current President of the Australian Medical Association. He was previously President of the AMA. Dr Owler has been practicing in Sydney for more than 30 years. He has treated more than 40,000 patients, and is a highly respected member of the medical community.
Dr Nicholas Little
Dr Nicholas Little, Sydney neurosurgeon, has a wide range of special interests in neurological disorders. His specialties include minimally invasive spine surgery, brain and cranial surgery, and pituitary tumour surgery. He is a Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons and clinical senior lecturer at the University of Sydney.
Dr Nicholas Little practices in St Leonards, NSW. He is a Neurosurgeon who is based at the North Shore Private Hospital. His practice has 60 views and no reviews. He is rated 0.00 out of 5 stars by 0 patients. Dr Nicholas Little also accepts GP referrals.
He has been a consultant neurosurgeon at the Royal North Shore Hospital for twenty years. He also works as a Visiting Medical Officer at North Shore Private Hospitals and will soon begin treating patients at the new Northern Beaches Hospital. Previously, he was the Director of Training at the RNSH. In addition, he serves on the Editorial Board of Medicine Today.
Dr Richard Parkinson
Dr Richard Parkinson is a neurosurgeon practicing in Darlinghurst, NSW, Australia. He specializes in treating neck and back pain, disc protrusions, and sports injuries. This Sydney doctor also performs neuro-interventional procedures. He has extensive training in these types of procedures and meets the highest standards of patient care.
As a board-certified neurosurgeon, Dr Richard Parkinson consults at some of Sydney’s most prestigious neurosurgical and spine surgery hospitals. These hospitals feature the latest imaging equipment and cardiac facilities to ensure the highest level of safety and quality of care during surgery. He has a particular interest in sports injuries and performs one of the largest series of Percutaneous Spinal Fusion surgeries in Australia.
As clinical director of Ispine Neurosurgery, Dr Richard Parkinson has over 18 years of experience in minimally invasive spine surgery and is renowned for his conservative approach to patient care. He is also the first neurosurgeon in Australia to train in neurointerventional techniques, including percutaneous spinal approaches and microdiscectomies. He routinely performs percutaneous spinal fusions and minimally invasive spine surgery.
In addition to performing neurosurgery, Dr Parkinson has an ongoing interest in brain tumours. He serves on the management committee of the Australasian Neuro-oncology group COGNO. He is a member of the multidisciplinary team managing brain tumours at the Royal North Shore Private Hospital.
Dr Brian Kenneth Owler
Dr Brian Kenneth Owler, a Sydney neurosurgeon, is a popular and widely respected figure in the medical field. He has been active in many areas of health care, including road safety, and is a well-known advocate for the use of smart phones and other technologies to prevent accidents. He has also been active in public policy, serving as president of the NSW branch of the Australian Medical Association and as editor-in-chief of the Medical Journal of Australia. In 2014, he was forced to resign as editor-in-chief when the publication decided to outsource its production to global publishing giant Elsevier, and has requested a review of the decision.
A Sydney neurosurgeon, Dr Brian Owler has extensive experience in spinal disorders and cranial neurosurgical conditions. He has a special interest in treating tumours in the brain and is a member of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons. He is a clinical professor at the University of Sydney, and has published over 50 peer-reviewed articles.
Prof Owler has also been active in public health issues, including a road safety campaign on behalf of the NSW Medical Association and the RTA. He has also worked to improve safety standards at public swimming pools and has lobbied to prevent children from being injured by window falls. He continues to provide his services at The SAN and the Westmead Private Hospital.