Dr Manjeet Raina

Consultant neuro-developmental Paediatrician

Dr Raina

Dr Manjeet Raina is a consultant neuro-developmental Paediatrician with specialist expertise in the areas of cerebral palsy, neurorehabilitation and childhood epilepsy, brain injury and children safeguarding.

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Profile

Dr Raina is a Consultant neuro-developmental Paediatrician working for Birmingham community Healthcare NHS trust with specialist expertise in the areas of cerebral palsy, neuro-rehabilitation and childhood epilepsy, brain injury and children safeguarding. I also work in the paediatric neurology department at Birmingham children’s hospital as an honorary paediatrician on ad hoc basis.

Dr Raina leads one of the largest multi-disciplinary spasticity management services for children in the west midlands, that involves drugs management, performing Botox injections under ultrasound guidance, and initial assessment for child’s suitability for intra-thecal baclofen pump and/or selective dorsal rhizotomy surgery.

I have completed General Medical Council, approved higher specialist training in Paediatrics and neonatology, including sub-specialist training in paediatric neurology, and neuro-developmental paediatrics covering period of 10 years from 2003 to 2013.

Cases undertaken

Dr Manjeet Raina is able to comment on the below, as he currently looks after children with…

  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Epilepsy
  • Post traumatic acquired brain injuries
  • Development delay
  • Austim
  • ADHD
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Sensory Impairments
  • Neuro-genetic
  • Metabolic conditions

Languages spoken

  • English – Fluent
  • Hindi – Fluent
  • Urdu – Fluent
  • Punjabi – Fluent

Publications

MS Raina, SG Philip. Neonatal Guillain-Barre syndrome. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, January 2013, vol./is. 55/(62-63), 0012-1622 (January 2013)

MS Raina, RP Singh. Status dystonicus in Cerebral palsy children. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology, January 2013, vol./is. 55/(31), 0012-1622 (January 2013)

MS Raina, E Wassmer. Tacrolimus induced Posterior reversible encepahalopathy syndrome. Arch Dis Child2012;97:A134-A135 doi:10.1136/archdischild-2012-301885.321

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Qualifications and memberships

Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) RCPCH, UK, 2013

(Paediatrics  and neuro-developmental paediatrics)

MRCPCH, RCPCH, UK (2008)

MBBS, Govt Medical College, Jammu, India (2002)

 

Memberships

Royal College of Paediatrics and child health,  UK.

British academy of childhood neurodisability,  UK.

Medical Defence Union, UK.

General Medical Council,  UK.

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