Daniel Walsh FRCS
Consultant Neurosurgeon
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Our Work

Daniel Walsh is a neurosurgeon who specialises in complex surgeries on the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nerves. He has an international reputation as an expert in diseases of the blood vessels affecting the brain or spinal cord.

Working within a team of expert interventional neuroradiologists and neurologists we aim to provide a comprehensive service. Multidisciplinary team review is undertaken ahead of any proposed intervention.

Paediatric patients are seen by arrangement with pediatric colleagues for specialist opinions on neurovascular conditions such as AVMs and aneurysms.

We are research active and you may be offered opportunities to participate in research studies where eligible.

Mr Walsh provides medicolegal expert opinions on breach and causation within his areas of practice. He does not examine and provide plaintiff reports in relation to musculoskeletal or head injuries. A medicolegal curriculum vitae as well as his terms and conditions are available upon application via our contact page.

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Clinics are held regularly at The Wellington and Cromwell Hospitals.

The medical content herein broadly reflects the advice which Mr Walsh provides in relation to these conditions  current at the time of publication. The content is not a substitute for a medical consultation.

This website is the hub for Mr Walsh's private practice but is intended as an information resource for all patients.

It is not possible for staff within the private practice to process NHS enquiries.

Conditions we TREAT
Advanced MR neuroimaging estimating the position of groups of nerve fibres adjacent to a brain AVM
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Times Interview About Brain Aneurysms
May 23, 2022
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Neurovascular surgeon Daniel Walsh interviewed about the risk factors for developing a brain aneurysm.

Creative Connections in the Time of Covid
February 21, 2019
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The Aneurysm and AVM Foundation on how creativity might be affected by the presence of an arteriovenous malformation

Sexual activity and brain haemorrhage
February 21, 2019
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Talking to the Mail online about the association between sexual activity and brain haemorrhage