Dr Paul David Molyneux

Consultant Neurologist


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Personal profile

Dr Paul Molyneux is Consultant Neurologist at the West Suffolk Hospital Foundation Trust and Addenbrookes Hospital.

He is Deputy Medical Director at the West Suffolk Hospital, with a specific role in patient safety and consultant appraisal. He does general neurology clinics at the West Suffolk Hospital. At Addenbrookes, he co-runs the MS Service, providing the latest treatments for patients with multiple sclerosis. He has achieved a level 8 Clinical Excellence Award in recognition of outstanding service to the neurology department and his role in patient safety. 

Dr Molyneux has published widely in the field of neurology, regularly presents at national meetings and champions high quality, accessible and comprehensive treatments that combine to help patients with a full range of neurological conditions.

Professional Membership

1. Fellow of Royal College of Physicians.

2. BMA

3. Association of British Neurologists.

4. Movement Disorder Society. 

Clinical Interests

Dr Paul Molyneux is a Consultant Neurologist with over 2O years experience in looking after patients with Neurological conditions. He has a subspecialty interest in inflammation in the nervous system, particularly multiple sclerosis, but also manages the full range of neurological conditions. He also has a particular interest in headache disorders. Other clinical interests:

  • Headache
  • Epilepsy
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Parkinson's Disease and the full range of neurological conditions with the full range of available therapies
  • The use of Hypnosis for treating neurological conditions such as headache

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