Doctor Fréderic Bourdain

The staff



Neurology department doctors


Dr Frédéric Bourdain
Parkinson's, abnormal movements, botulinum toxin, neuro-modulation
Reception tel.: 01 46 25 21 04


Dr Jean-Pierre Decroix
General neurology
Reception tel.: 01 46 25 28 89


Dr Serge Evrard
General neurology
Reception tel.: 01 46 25 28 89


Dr Jaime Gonzalez-Valcarcel
Assistant specialist
General and vascular neurology
Reception tel.: 01 46 25 21 04


Dr Philippe Graveleau
Parkinson's, neuro-modulation
Reception: 01 46 25 73 43


Dr Bertrand Lapergue
Vascular neurology, clinical research
Reception: 01 46 25 73 43


Dr Nicolas SANDA
Stroke (AVC) section manager


Dr Maya Tchikviladze
Multiple sclerosis
Reception: 01 46 25 28 89


Dr Adrien Wang
Multiple sclerosis, electromyogram
Reception: 01 46 25 73 43


Mrs Isabelle Lecorre
Healthcare executive

Mrs Muriel Loiseau
Therapeutic education nurse

Mrs Delphine Lopez
Clinical research nurse



Neurology functional tests


Dr Camille Decrocq
Unit head
Electromyogram, electroencephalogram, event-related potential, sleep
Reception: 01 46 25 23 93


Dr Jean-Marc Trocello
Abnormal movement recording, botulinum toxin, clinical research
Reception: 01 46 25 23 93



What is neurology?


Neurology is a medical specialisation that deals with all of the conditions affecting the nervous system and more specifically the brain. Specialists in neurology are called neurologists.


What pathologies does the department cover?

The Neurology Department is the only hospital unit of its kind in the Hauts-de-Sein department; it receives patients suffering from neurological conditions, and provides general neurology services.


  • Stroke*
  • Multiple sclerosis and inflammatory diseases
  • Epilepsy
  • Parkinson's disease, abnormal movements
  • Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia
  • Headaches and migraines
  • Tumour related pathologies
  • Neuromuscular peripheral diseases
  • Sleep associated diseases
  • Neurology functional tests. EEG-EMG

*Hôpital Foch has its own Neurovascular Intensive Care Unit specialised in treating strokes (CVA).



What are the different types of treatment for neurological conditions?


Treatment is provided to patients on the basis of three different methods:


  1. Neurological emergencies from the A&E wards of the Hôpital Foch and other hospitals account for about half of the admissions to the service. In 2007 a specific sector was set up to treat acute phase strokes (the Neuro-Vascular Unit). A round the clock neurology team exists to receive Stroke victims on a 24 hour basis.
  2. Organised consultations and treatment accounts for the other half of admissions, this includes outpatient treatment for various conditions: intravenous multiple sclerosis treatment, neuro-oncological surveillance of brain tumours in partnership with the oncology department, and the exploration of cognitive disorders…
  3. Neurology consultations can include the possibility of botulinum toxin infiltrations. This substance can be used to treat chronic migraines.


There is a significant amount of liaison with the Hospital's other departments, thus ensuring specialised advice for patients of the A&E ward or other units.



Partner associations based in the Patient/Visitor Centre.


The neurology department is located on the third floor (North wing) of the main building (Blue Sector) and on the first floor (East wing) for intensive care.

Including the outpatient service, it has 37 beds, 6 of which are neurovascular intensive care beds.


Consultation hours

Consultations are held all day Monday to Friday, except Tuesday, Thursday and Friday mornings.


To make an appointment

Appointments should be made by telephone 01 46 25 25 25
"Make an appointment"



For consultation appointments


For new patients of Drs Bourdain, Stefano and Gonzalez-Valcarcel, appointments should be made by calling 01 46 25 21 04

Other patients should make appointments by calling 01 46 25 25 25