Dr Arash Kahrom is an Australian trained Neurologist with particular expertise in Epilepsy and Stroke. Upon obtaining fellowship in Neurology from Royal Australian College of Physicians (FRACP), he moved to Melbourne for further fellowship in advanced Epilepsy at one of the largest comprehensive Epilepsy programs in Australia at The Royal Melbourne hospital and The Alfred hospital. Dr Kahrom gained experience in the assessment and management of complex epilepsy including advanced imaging, intracranial EEG, as well as prolonged inpatient and outpatient EEG monitoring.
Dr Kahrom has also completed a fellowship in stroke at Sunshine Coast University hospital, giving him expertise in management of acute and long term management of stroke, transient ischaemic attacks (TIAs), and prevention of stroke. Dr Kahrom has ongoing interest in research.
Dr Kahrom undertook Neurology advanced training at various locations in Queensland including Princess Alexandra Hospital, Cairns Hospital and Sunshine Coast University Hospital.
In addition to general Neurology Dr Kahrom has special interest in:
- Epilepsy and first seizure assessment
- Stroke, transient ischaemic attacks and syncope
- Headache assessment and management; Conditions such as Migraines (including use of advanced therapies such as monoclonal antibodies)
- Botox injection for various neurological conditions such as migraine, blepharospasm and bruxism
- Parkinson’s disease and tremor
- Australian and New Zealand Association of Neurologists (ANZAN)
- Epilepsy Society of Australia (ESA)
- American Association of Neurologists (AAN)
- Royal Australasian College of Physicians (RACP)