Associate Professor Susan Tomlinson welcomes you to Spark Neurology at St Vincent’s Clinic where we are dedicated to a progressive, collaborative care model and providing our patients ‘Precision Care’.

Our experienced clinicians  provide comprehensive management for a broad range of neurological conditions and aim to integrate care with general practitioners, other specialists and allied health workers to optimise health outcomes according to individual needs.   

Our Clinicians

Associate Professor Susan Tomlinson

BMed PhD FRACP

Associate Professor Susan Tomlinson is a highly respected clinical and academic neurologist with broad experience in general neurology as well as clinical interests in headache, seizures, neuropathy, dementia and cognitive disorders, neuromuscular disease, ion channel disorders, stroke and neurogenetics.

Through her private rooms, Associate Professor Tomlinson provides migraine management including botulinum toxin injections when clinically indicated.

With an ongoing commitment to her patients and education, Associate Professor Tomlinson is a Staff Specialist in Neurology at St Vincent’s Public Hospital and also provides private inpatient consultations St Vincent’s Private Hospital. She continues in her passion for research and teaching as an Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Notre Dame.

Dr Elisheva Vissel

MBBS  FRACP

Dr Vissel is a clinical neurologist and neurophysiologist consulting in general neurology. Dr Vissel has an interest in cognitive disorders including Dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.  

She is a Conjoint Clinical Lecturer at the University of New South Wales with experience in clinical neurophysiology – nerve conduction studies and EMG.  Dr Vissel also has expertise in migraine and can administer botulinum toxin for migraine when indicated.  

 

Contact Details

info@sparkneurology.com.au

Suite 701, St Vincent’s Clinic
438 Victoria Street
Darlinghurst NSW 2010

Our goal is to work with patients and referrers to achieve better health and wellness.