for referring doctors
Thank you for considering your patient for referral to Northern Beaches Neurology. We always aim to provide a timely service to cater for your patient’s needs.
- Neurologist Consultation
- Nerve Conduction Studies and EMG
- Botulinum toxin (Botox®), (Dysport®) or (Xeomin®) injections for migraine, spasticity, movement disorders and hyperhidrosis
- Diagnostic nerve and muscle ultrasound
- Ultrasound-guided nerve blocks
- Evoked Potentials
We aim to provide a timely service to cater for your patient’s needs. We have neurologists on site Monday to Friday and will do our best to accommodate any urgent consultation request (usually finding you an appointment within a 24 hour period). Please contact our office directly on (02) 9982 2270 to arrange an urgent consultation.
To refer a patient for a test, procedure or consultation, please find a referral form here.
For more information and an explanation of the services we provide, please download our Neurological Testing and Procedures booklet.
To maximize environmental efficiency, our goal is a totally paperless office. We prefer to receive and send all correspondence via fax (02) 9981 7880 or secure messaging system (Argus or Healthlink).
Our neurologists are happy to be telephoned for advice about any of your patients. Please contact our office and you will be connected to one of our neurologists.
Initial consult - $430 ($227.70 Medicare rebate)
Follow up consult - $190 ($112.30 Medicare rebate)
EEG - $270 ($104 Medicare rebate)
Nerve conduction studies/EMG - $330 ($190.40 Medicare rebate)
Nerve conduction studies/EMG will be BULK BILLED for all pensioners and health care card holders.
Fees for some procedures may vary between practitioners. Please ask our reception staff for an estimate of costs prior to the appointment.
Reduced rates are available for AGE or DISABILITY pensioners.
If fees are to be paid by Workers Compensation, Third Party or International Insurance, patients must provide their insurer details, claim numbers and case manager details, along with written authorisation of payment prior to the appointment.
If written authorisation of payment is not received by the time of the appointment, the patient will be responsible for payment of the consultation at the time of the appointment, at standard Workers Compensation rates.