We have a specialised integrated team consisting of Dr Sue Baumann, a team of dedicated Neuroscientists and an experienced administration team.
Dr Sue Baumann
Dr Baumann specialises in brain, spine, nerve and muscle disorders. She is highly experienced in managing general neurological disorders including Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease, Epilepsy, Headache, Stroke and nerve muscle disorders. She has a special interest in neuromuscular diseases including motor neurone disease and migraine therapy with botulinum toxin injections. Her services include nerve conduction studies and electromyography.
Qualified as a Consultant Neurologist in Australia, with neurology specialist training in Brisbane and Melbourne. Completed a Neurophysiology fellowship at Austin Hospital (Melbourne) and specialised in nerve conduction studies (NCS) and electromyography (EMG). Dr Baumann has a doctorate degree (Doctor of Philosophy) in Motor Neurone Disorders from the University of Queensland.
BBiomedSc (Hons II), Neurophysiology Scientist
Henri is an early career neuroscientist, having graduated from the Queensland University of Technology in 2016 with a Bachelor of Biomedical Science. He has clinical training with private specialist practices in Brisbane and the Gold Coast, and is a member with the Association of Neurophysiology Technologists of Australia (ANTA).
Henri has experience with neuromuscular testing in clinical practice, particularly Nerve Conduction Studies.
Reception, Health Administration
Sue is local to the Northern Rivers and brings a wealth of experience, having worked in multiple administrative positions.
We provide multidisciplinary specialist care
Treating brain and spinal disorders impacting the physical and mental wellbeing of patients within our regional community. We value our patients, their families and carers. We assist them to navigate through one of the difficult journeys in their lives: living with brain and spinal disorders.
Neuro NSW aims to provide a gap between public hospital inpatient care and sole specialist practice rooms. We offer 21st century healthcare that is complex, state of the art and requires multidisciplinary teams and comprehensive business management and coordination.
We also advocate for equity of healthcare. We are in process of creating “Closing the Gap Neurology Clinics” for disadvantaged patients in the region such as Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders and Refugees. These clinics are culturally sensitive and fully bulk billed.