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At Sharp Neurology we have a team of medical staff who share a common ethos to provide exceptional Neurological care. We consider our role as holistic practitioners with specialist knowledge that enables us to unravel neurological illness and provide comprehensive management plans to give you relief and peace of mind. We live and practice by the mantra of 'work hard and be nice to people'. We feel genuinely privileged to care for our patients and their families.



John is a nationally recognised expert in Multiple Sclerosis and complex neuroimmunological disorders. John is the clinician founder of Sharp Neurology and a Staff Specialist at Royal North Shore Hospital where he heads the Multiple Sclerosis service. John has a research doctorate in multiple sclerosis epidemiology and is an internationally recognised expert and pioneer in discoveries relating to the pathophysiological processes underlying MS. He is an accomplished laboratory neuroimmunologist and widely published in this area. Despite his clinicial, laboratory and research achievements John is best known for his genuine interest, kindness and desire to optimise the care and clinical outcomes for his patients.

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Kaitlyn practices at Sharp Neurology and is a Staff Specialist at Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. Kaitlyn is a specialist in Epilepsy , Headache disorders, injectable therapies for neurological disorders and cosmetics and electroencepholopgraphy (EEG). Her research interests include women with epilepsy, psychological aspects of epilepsy care, autoimmune disorders and medical education. She is actively involved in a number of committees for the Australian and new Zealand Association of Neurologist, Epilepsy Society of Australia and the American Academy of Neurology.



Patrick practices at Sharp Neurology and is a Staff Specialist at Liverpool Hospital. He has expertise in multiple sclerosis and neuroimmunological disorders as well as an enormous breadth of knowledge in general neurology. Patrick has initiated the development of multiple general medical practices in Sydney. He is the founder of the Australian and New Zealand MS Educational weekend for Neurology Trainees in Australia and New Zealand. He has published widely in neuroimmunology literature making tangible differences to patient care in the process.



Natasha practices at Sharp Neurology and is a Staff Specialist at The Northern Beaches Hospital. Natasha is accomplished in all aspects of Neurology. She has particular interests in neuroimmunology, epilepsy, headache disorders and injectable therapies for migraine, hyperhidrosis and cosmetic medicine. Natasha is a natural clinician with kindness abound.



Stephanie practices at Sharp Neurology and is a Locum Staff Specialist at Concord Repatriation General Hospital. Stephanie's specialist interests include disorders of the peripheral nervous system and neuromuscular disorders, neurophysiology and injectable therapies for neurological disorders including migraine and movement disorders.

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Dayna practices at Sharp Neurology and runs the Multiple Sclerosis clinic at Gosford Hospital, NSW. Dayna has expertise in Multiple Sclerosis and neuroimmunologiclal disorders. She is an accomplished general Neurologist in addition to her specialist interests.



Penny is a Neurologist at Sharp Neurology, and a VMO Neurologist at Prince of Wales Hospital, in the Comprehensive Epilepsy Service. Penny’s sub-specialist interest is epilepsy, including transitional care from paediatrics, epilepsy management in women during pregnancy, and electroencephalography (EEG). Penny is a Visiting Medical Officer (VMO) Consultant Neurologist at Prince of Wales Hospital providing the facility to admit patients requiring complex assessments including for video-EEG which aids in both diagnosis and surgical work up for patients with refractory epilepsy.  In addition, Penny has an interest in the management of headache, dizziness, and general neurology. Penny is experienced in performing greater occipital nerve blocks, for migraine treatment and prevention. Penny has worked overseas, spending a year at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, London, UK, where she gained invaluable experience in the field of Neurology. Penny has a kind caring nature and is committed to providing optimal care for all her patients and their families.


Carrie is Staff Specialist Neurologist at Concord Repatriation General Hospital. She sub-specialises in Movements Disorders and Botulinum toxin therapies for neurological problems. Carrie is kind approachable and has extensive experience in her field.

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Emily is a Neurologist with specialty interests in epilepsy, headache and botulinum toxin therapy in Neurologic disease. Emily is comfortable looking after patients with the breadth of neurological presentations. She is an open, honest and thorough practitioner and we are delighted she has joined our team.


Dr Sophie Chatterton

Dr Sophie Chatterton graduated with an MD with Distinction from the University of NSW in 2015 and later completed a Masters of Internal Medicine with Distinction at the University of Sydney in 2019. She is a Fellow with the Australasian College of Physicians and Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists, having completed her neurology speciality training at St Vincent’s Hospital and Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney. As part of her physician training, Dr Chatterton also worked in Port Macquarie and Wagga Wagga, and has a passion for providing equal access to healthcare in regional and remote locations. Dr Chatterton completed a neuroimmunology fellowship at Royal North Shore Hospital, with a special emphasis on diagnosis and management of multiple sclerosis as well as other neuroinflammatory disorders, with significant experience in stem cell transplantation at both St Vincent’s Hospital and Royal North Shore Hospital. Dr Chatterton has previously been a Conjoint Associate Lecturer with the University of NSW, and has published over twelve papers in renowned peer-reviewed journals.

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Dr Nidhi Garg

Nidhi specialises in diagnostic nerve conduction studies and EMG. She has vast experience in the pre and post operative assessment of upper limb peripheral nerve disorders and enjoys working alongside specialist hand, plastic and neurosurgeons in the optimal management of these disorders. Nidhi is a Associate Professor at the University of Sydney where she plays an integral role in the education of medical students.

Dr Sophie Waller

Sophie practices at Sharp Neurology, and is an HMO neurologist at Prince of Wales Hospital and Conjoint Lecturer in the School of Medicine at the University of New South Wales. Sophie completed dual fellowships in movement disorders and clinical neurophysiology at Westmead and Prince of Wales Hospitals, and has a research interest in Parkinson’s Disease and related disorders. She is currently completing a PhD investigating biomarkers in parkinsonian syndromes through the UNSW. Her specialty interests include Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders, neuromuscular disorders, and clinical neurophysiology. She has additional training in:

-Use of device-assisted therapies for Parkinson’s disease

-Botulinum toxin therapies for migraine, spasticity and movement disorders

-Nerve conduction studies for carpal tunnel, peripheral neuropathy, and other peripheral nerve disorders 

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Dr Jo Offord

Dr Jo Offord holds a Neuroscience degree, with first class honours, from University of New South Wales, and a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from Sydney University. She completed her post-graduate Neurology training at St George and Prince of Wales Hospitals. She has done Neuroscience research in New York and London, and completed a Fellowship in Neurophysiology at Prince of Wales Hospital. Her interests are general neurology, nerve and muscle disorders, headache, epilepsy and stroke.

Dr Aicee Calma

Aicee completed her Doctor of Medicine and Surgery degree at the Australian National University in 2015. She completed her Neurology specialty training at The Canberra Hospital, Calvary Hospital, Concord Hospital and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. She has also completed additional training as a Neuromuscular and Neurophysiology Fellow at Concord Hospital where she had a broad exposure to acquired and genetic neuromuscular disorders. As part of her fellowship, she had further training in neurophysiology - particularly with experience in repetitive nerve stimulation, single fibre EMG, and evoked potentials - as well as exposure to Neuroimmunology, and botulinum toxin therapy for migraine, hyperhydrosis and movement disorders. She was a previous Clinical Associate Lecturer at the Australian University Medical School, having been heavily involved in medical student teaching. She is currently completing her PhD research at the Brain and Nerve Research Centre at Concord Hospital, with her research focusing on biomarkers in motor neuronopathies. 


She is interested in all aspects of general neurology with a particular subspecialty interest in peripheral nerve and neuromuscular disorders, nerve conduction studies, and botulinum toxin therapy.

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Katie is an accomplished registered nurse who spreads her time between Sharp Neurology and Royal Prince Alfred Hospital. At Sharp Neurology she is an expert in injectable therapies and aesthetic assessments for Sharp Cosmetic. She is highly skilled and understanding of individual patients needs.

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Our administrative team are motivated to provide the best service possible to ensure your journey in the practice is seamless and free of stress at all times.


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