The Canberra Region Neurology and Pain Centre is an academically-focused group Neurology and Pain practice focused to provide a centre of excellence in outpatient neurological care.
The practice consists of a dedicated team of neurologists, neurophysiology technicians and administrative staff, whose priority is supporting patient interaction with the practice.
The admin team handle practice appointments, are available to answer patient enquiries, facilitate payments and maintain patient confidential records.
Dr Yash Gawarikar is the founder and director of the Canberra Region Neurology and Pain centre. He is Director of Neurology and Stroke at Calvary Public Hospital and VMO at Calvary Bruce Private Hospital.
Dr Roopa Gawarikar is a dual qualified Specialist Pain Medicine Physician, Radiation Oncologist and Interventional Pain Specialist with expertise in minimally invasive procedures.
Dr. Robert Boland-Freitas completed his medical degree at the University of New South Wales. He undertook a Neurophysiology Fellowship at the Royal North Shore Hospital after completing his Advanced Training in Neurology at Blacktown, Westmead and Canberra Hospitals.
Dr Zhai graduated from University of Otago, New Zealand in 2009. He had exposure to a wide range of neurological diseases in Auckland and Dunedin before he embarked on neurology specialist training in Australia.
Dr Kathryn Kirkwood is an endorsed Clinical Psychologist who graduated from her Master of Clinical Psychology in 1994 from the University of NSW and her PhD in 2012 from University of Sydney. Dr Kirkwood is a member of the Australian Clinical Psychology Association (ACPA).