Dr Andrew Marshall is a Consultant Clinical Neurophysiologist whose NHS practice is based at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust and the University Hospital of South Manchester NHS Trust. Dr Marshall is the clinical lead for clinical neurophysiology in Greater Manchester, and the North West representative of the Speciality Advisory Committee for the Royal College of Physicians. He is also a Member of the Greater Manchester Neuroscience Centre Neuromuscular Team and works closely with the Neuromuscular Specialist Neurologist, receiving referrals from across the North of England.
Dr Marshall specialises in Nerve Conduction Studies and Electromyography for conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar neuropathy, peripheral neuropathies, painful peripheral neuropathies, muscle disorders etc. He performs electromyographic guided botulinum toxin injections. He also provides full reports for both routine and non-routine Electroencephalographs (EEGs) and Evoked Potential Studies ( EPs).
Dr Marshall regularly gives lectures in regional, national and international meetings/teaching programmes regarding many aspects of clinical neurophysiology including entrapment neuropathies such as carpal tunnel syndrome, painful peripheral neuropathies and sensory neuropathies and EMG guided botulinum toxin therapy. He is also an active researcher in peripheral neuropathy especially painful peripheral neuropathy, diabetic neuropathy and small fibre neuropathy.
Director of studies: Francis McGlone