I am a consultant neurologist, with a specialist interest in movement disorders.
Dr Tom Stoker
Honorary consultant neurologist
My current role
I look after patients with a wide variety of neurological problems in Peterborough city hospital, where I also deliver a weekly movement disorders clinic. I also look after people in the weekly regional Huntington’s disease clinic at Addenbrooke’s hospital.
I studied medicine at the University of Cambridge. I undertook a PhD on Parkinson’s disease before completing my neurology training in the East of England (Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital, Peterborough City Hospital, the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery (Queen’s Square), and Addenbrooke’s Hospital).
Outside of work I enjoy playing guitar, wildlife photography, coaching a football team, and spending time with my family.