Dr Abraham is a neurologist working in the Royal Stoke University Hospital and he is the clinical lead for the Royal Stoke University Hospital neurology department. He has also clinical lead for Royal Stoke MS Centre.
Dr Abraham has completed his medical degree in India and has done neurology training from West Midlands Deanery, England. He has appointed as a neurologist at the university hospital of North Midlands from 2015 onwards.
Dr Abraham does his NHS neurology clinics at Royal Stoke university hospital and at County Hospital, Stafford. His inpatient neurology work is at the Royal Stoke neurology ward.
Dr Abraham’s general neurology work involves managing a wide variety of neurological conditions including headache, epilepsy, movement disorder, nerve and muscle problem, parkinsonism, cerebrovascular disease, cognitive difficulty and evaluation of neurological symptoms to arrive at a diagnosis. His NHS work includes specialist clinic for neuro-inflammation and multiple sclerosis.
Dr Abraham is involved in medical school student teaching for Keele University in neurology training.
Other posts held
- Royal Stoke University Hospital
- County Hospital Stafford
- University Hospital of North Midlands NHS Trust
- Clinical lead for the neurology department, Royal Stoke University Hospital
- Clinical lead for Royal Stoke MS Centre