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Dr Pablo Garcia Reitboeck

Professional Description:

Consultant Neurologist


MD PhD MRCP (UK) (Neurology)

Atkinson Morley Neuroscience Unit
St George's Hospital
Blackshaw Road
SW17 0QT
Area of work:

London and surrounding areas


Dr Pablo Garcia Reitboeck is a Consultant Neurologist, at St. George’s Hospital, London, and Honorary Senior Lecturer, St. George’s University, London.

He is part of the Acute Neurology service and runs a Motor Neuron Disease and Myasthenia Gravis clinic. He participates in the acute stroke/thrombolysis/thrombectomy rota. He has significant experience in the assessment of patients with different forms of dementia, including Alzheimer’s Disease, Lewy Body Dementia and Frontotemporal Dementia.

Dr Garcia Reitboeck has medico-legal expertise in:
General neurology including disorders of and injuries to the nervous system, i.e. brain, spinal cord, nerves, muscles,
Acute/Emergency Neurology,
Parkinson's disease,
Disorders affecting memory or thinking,
Capacity assessments,
Neuromuscular Disorders including Motor Neuron Disease and Myasthenia Gravis

Dr Garcia Reitboeck has undertaken medico-legal training and has been writing medico-legal reports regularly since April 2019, with a Claimant/Defendant ratio of 60%-40%. He is a principal investigator for several clinical studies in Motor Neuron Disease, Myasthenia Gravis and Acute Neurology.

Dr Garcia Reitboeck has research interests in Neurology and Neuroscience. He is widely published and is the departmental teaching lead for Clinical Neurosciences at St George’s University, London.

Dr Garcia Reitboeck is able to assess clients at Parkside Hospital, Wimbledon, SW London, and BMI Blackheath, SE London.


CCT Neurology – Entry into Specialist Register for Neurology 2018

Expert Training

Bond Solon expert report writing course 2019


GMC: 6162234, Association of British Neurologists, General Medical Council, Royal College of Physicians (London), Medical Defence Union, British Medical Association

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