Dr Julian P Harriss is registered with the GMC as a Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine. He is internationally accredited as a consultant in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (PM&R), also known as “Physiatry”, which means that he is “Board Certified”, so has global accreditation in his speciality. He is recognised as a “Tier 1” expert by the Association of Personal Injuries Lawyers.
Based in London, he has vast experience built on decades of international specialist training and medical practice. Each patient is considered from all medical, surgical and specialist rehabilitation perspectives. He delivers a uniquely holistic assessment, offering fresh insights into causality, optimal care, and prognosis.
Dr Harriss has served in a variety of NHS, charitable, and private roles, including Medical Director of Queen Elizabeth's Foundation for Disabled People and Clinical Lead Consultant in Rehabilitation Medicine at King's College Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas Hospital London, and Honorary Senior Lecturer at KCL.
Dr Harriss offers medico-legal assessments and clinical leadership for multi-disciplinary evaluations and treatments, including focal and systemic spasticity treatment with botulinum toxin. He provides medico-legal evaluations for public and private health insurers and expert testimony, and ongoing Clinical Leadership. Assessments are conducted either in his clinic at Harley St or if preferred domiciliary.
Dr Harriss also is a Trustee of several medical charities, including the Independent Neurorehabilitation Providers' Alliance (INPA), UK Acquired Brain Injury Forum (UKABIF) and the British Polio Fellowship, and he serves on the Executive Board of the British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine.
General Medical Council: Full, membership number 6168823; Canadian Association of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation; Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Canada/UK); British Society of Rehabilitation Medicine; Canadian/Ontario/BC Medical Association; British Medical Association; Royal Society of Medicine