Dr Darshan Ghia

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“Understanding the brain is a fascinating discipline of medicine that is both challenging and rewarding” – Dr Darshan Ghia

MBBS(Hons), MD, DNB, FRACP | Neurologist

Dr Ghia is a consultant neurologist whose speciality interests include stroke, cerebrovascular diseases and general neurology. Dr Ghia provides nerve conduction testing and electromyography services for conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar neuropathy, peripheral neuropathy and radiculopathies.

Dr Ghia undertook his specialist neurology training in Melbourne at Monash Medical Centre and Box Hill Hospital. Further fellowship and sub-specialty training in stroke and interventional neurology in Sydney at Liverpool and Royal North Shore Hospitals followed before he moved to Perth. Dr Ghia has a public appointment at Fiona Stanley Hospital. He is the inaugural head of the stroke unit and is principal investigator for a number of research trials. He sits on various statewide and national committees like Stroke Society of Australasia, Australasian Stroke Trials Network, Australian Stroke Clinical Registry and Stroke Council Advisory Group. He is actively involved with WA Telestroke Network.

Dr Ghia also provides consultation service for inpatients at SJOG Subiaco Hospital and Mount Hospital.

Dr Ghia consults privately at Karrinyup (CNS).

Dr Ghia is also fluent in Gujarati and Hindi.

Dr Twinkle Ghia

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“We treat all our patients with the utmost care and importance” – Dr Twinkle Ghia

MBBS, MD, FRACP | Paediatric Neurologist and Epilepsy Specialist

Dr Twinkle Ghia is a paediatric neurologist with a special interest in epilepsy and provides consultation on a range of general paediatric neurological disorders including; headache, movement disorders, neuromuscular and neurometabolic conditions.

Dr Ghia undertook paediatric specialist training at Sydney Children’s Hospital and at Royal Children’s Hospital in Melbourne. She has completed her fellowship training in paediatric neurology at Princess Margaret Hospital in Perth. Her sub specialty training includes paediatric epilepsy fellowship at Princess Margaret Hospital and also epilepsy fellowship at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital, Sydney. Dr Ghia also involves herself in paediatric epilepsy research at given times.

Dr Ghia also works at Perth Children’s hospital, runs the paediatric neurology clinic at SJOG Midland hospital and is involved with EEG services at the Albany EEG outreach clinic.

Dr Twinkle Ghia consults privately in Karrinyup (CNS) and Wexford Medical Centre, Murdoch

Dr Ghia is fluent in Gujarati and Hindi.