Dr Ranjit Ramdass qualified in medicine from the University of Bombay in 1992, followed by a structured training programme, to firstly attain a qualification in Internal Medicine, and then in the specialty of Neurology. He gained further experience and training in neurology initially at the Salford Royal Hospital in Manchester and then at the Neurosciences Unit at the Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford. After obtaining the MRCP (UK) qualification he underwent further specialised training in Clinical Neurophysiology.
Dr Ramdass' NHS practice is based at the Specialist Neuromuscular Unit at the Greater Manchester Neurosciences Centre, based at the Salford Royal Hospitals NHS Trust. Dr Ramdass' routine referrals include entrapment neuropathies (e.g. carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar neuropathy etc.), cervical and lumbosacral radiculopathy an peripheral neuropathy. He also sees patients for a range of complex neuromuscular complaints including complex inflammatory peripheral neuropathy, muscle pain/fatigue and motor system degenerative disorder.
Dr Ramdass has several national presentations and several publications to his credit. He is actively involved in research projects, the teaching of neurology trainee doctors and he also lectures to medical students of The University of Manchester.