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Consultant Neurologist

Dr Anne Kristiina Vehmas


Consultant Neurologist

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Doctor's Bio

Dr. Anne Kristiina Vehmas is a highly experienced board-certified neurologist with a deep passion for helping patients with neurological disorders. With 15 years of expertise in the field, Dr. Anne has worked with a wide variety of neurological patients, diagnosing, treating, and rehabilitating them with great success.

Dr. Anne gained valuable experience during her 5-year stint at the prestigious Johns Hopkins Hospital and University, where she focused on neurodegenerative diseases, especially Alzheimer’s disease. Her knowledge and expertise in this area have been invaluable in her work with patients suffering from various neurodegenerative disorders.

One of Dr. Anne’s most significant contributions to the field of neurology is her pioneering work in rehabilitation for brain injuries. In 2012, she initiated a multidimensional approach that includes music, dance, and other senses along with advanced physical therapy. This approach has proven to be highly successful, and many of her patients have been able to recover fully from their injuries.

Dr. Anne is particularly interested in the prevention of neurodegeneration and rehabilitation after stroke, brain and spine injuries, multiple sclerosis, and Parkinson’s disease. Her extensive experience with these disorders allows her to provide patients with the best possible treatment options and rehabilitation programs.

Dr. Anne also has vast experience using Botox® in treating dystonia, spasticity, and migraine. This minimally invasive treatment has proven to be successful, and many of her patients have seen a significant improvement in their symptoms.

Dr. Anne’s contributions to the field of neurology have not gone unnoticed. She was awarded the award of Excellence in Basic Research in Pathology from Johns Hopkins University. She has also assisted in many pieces of research regarding inflammation and neurodegeneration markers in AD, COX-2 in the mouse model of AD, and Immunization in AD. Additionally, she has published several studies and scientific articles regarding carotid artery stenting, cyclooxygenase-2 in AD, immune reactive cells in senile plaques, cognitive decline in AD, activated microglia increases in aging and Alzheimer’s disease in human cerebral cortex.

In summary, Dr. Anne Kristiina Vehmas is a highly skilled and experienced neurologist who has dedicated her life to helping patients with neurological disorders. Her multidimensional approach to rehabilitation and her extensive knowledge of neurodegenerative disorders make her an invaluable asset to the field of neurology.

  • Alzheimer
  • Neurology
  • Parkinson Disease & Movement Disorders
  • Strokes & Epilepsy