Education & training
Dr Michael Donnellan is an Australian trained Neurosurgeon, with advanced training in complex spine surgery, and minimally invasive endoscopic base of skull surgery. He completed his Medical Degree at Sydney University in 1993. He completed his Neurosurgical training in 2008 and went on to complete a Fellowship in Complex Spine Surgery at the Royal North Shore and Dalcross Hospitals. He pursued several research interests and has helped develop several new neurosurgical techniques including Adult Stem Cell Therapy in Parkinson’s disease. He has pioneered a new technique for endoscopic base of skull surgery with Dr Teo. Most recently he has published a new technique of upper cervical atlanto-axial fusion with Dr William Sears. He has contributed to International Spine text books on this subject. Dr Donnellan has a wide range of clinical interests and performs general neurosurgical surgery as well as complex spine surgery
Neurosurgeon provides for the operative and non-operative management of disorders that affect the central, peripheral and autonomic nervous system, including their supportive structures and vascular supply. The spectrum of these conditions includes strokes or bleeding on the brain (cerebral aneurysms), benign or cancerous brain and spinal tumours, spinal conditions such as tethered spinal cords, herniated discs and osteoarthritis, head, neck or spine injuries, seizures, epilepsy and movement disorders, neurological disorders such as Parkinson's disease, certain types of chronic pain.
- Practice name Neurosurg Randwick
- Address Suite 8, Level 7 Prince of Wales Private Hospital, Barker Street, Randwick, NSW 2031
- City Randwick, NSW