Dr Mikulski is a specialist in Neurology, a graduate of the Medical Academy in Poznan. He completed his specialization at the Department of Neurology of the Miedzylesie Specialist Hospital in Warsaw and has gained extensive experience working both in Poland and Great Britain. He participated in numerous courses and conferences which furthered his knowledge of Neurology. He has also taken part in two courses of Clinical Neurology in Edinburgh.
In his surgery Dr Mikulski diagnoses and treats patients suffering from: migraines, spinal pain syndrome, epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease, Alzheimer’s disease, neuropathy, as well as demyelinating and vascular diseases of the brain.
In his everyday practice he pays particular attention to each patient’s individual condition, as he believes it is a necessary requirement for an accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.
In his free time he runs, cycles and listens to music.
*Due to a massive interest of particular specialization we do require a £40 prepayment fee during the registration, which will be deducted from the final price after the visit. Due to the special nature of prosthetic treatment, a £100 deposit payable before the next visit may be introduced in the cases specified by the dentist. If you do not cancel /rearrange your visit up to 24 hours before the date of appointement
|*Due to a massive interest in particular specialists, we do require a £30 prepayment fee during the registration. It be deducted from the final price after the visit.|
|If you do not cancel /rearrange your visit up to 24 hours before the date of the appointment is due the deposit is non refundable. Thank you for your cooperation.|
|* Unused treatments from the package are non refundable. *Please note: if you won’t attend planned appointment without cancellation or rescheduling within 24 h before planned visit – the treatment from the package – the visit is lost.|
|Abdominal cavity ultrasound preparation:|
|Light diet day before, recommended to do the scan 6 hours after eating, eat a little on the day of the test, drink a lot. Abstain from emptying bladder for 1-2 hours before the planned examination. The patient should make sure their bowels are empty before the scan.|