We provide a multi-disciplinary, high quality and compassionate care to all patients with neurological conditions.
The DNI is a registered charity and a centre of excellence for the care of patients with neurological conditions such as Parkinson’s disease, stroke, epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, headache, neuropathy and muscular dystrophy. Our high-quality care is provided by consultants, non-consultant hospital doctors, clinical nurse specialists and other allied professionals, such as physiotherapists.
We run a support clinic for carers and family members of Mater Hospital patients with Parkinson’s disease and movement disorders. This is a nurse-led clinic held one afternoon per week.
For more information, please call (01) 803 4359.
Neurological physiotherapy sessions are available by appointment and free of charge for all Mater Hospital neurology patients. A GP referral is needed.
To book an appointment, please call (01) 854 5258.
Relaxation and mediation sessions are available by appointment and are free of charge for all Mater Hospital neurology patients. These group sessions are held every Friday from 2pm to 3pm.
For more information, please call (01) 854 5089.
The institute is a unique, innovative facility with academic links to the original Neurological Institute in Montreal and New York. The clinical care we offer is closely connected to our education and research programme. We run monthly educational talks for patients with different neurological problems, given by a clinical nurse specialist and/or the relevant consultant.
We have a number of ongoing research projects, studying:
Deep brain stimulation
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Patients can be referred to the DNI by a GP or hospital consultant.
Before an appointment can be made, a letter of referral from a medical doctor must be sent to the DNI. This letter can be faxed to (01) 854 5264 or posted to the Dublin Neurological Institute, 57 Eccles Street, Dublin 7 DO7W7XF.
Once we receive the letter, we will send you out an appointment card in the post. If you need to cancel your appointment, please call the number given on the card.
When you come to your appointment, bring details about any medications which have been prescribed for you. If you have a medical card, please bring along those details too.