All of our doctors hold Specialty Registration with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency and are Fellows of Australasian Specialty Medical Colleges. All hold appointments at Public and/or Private Hospitals.
Our doctors undertook Specialty Medical Training in Australia. Please see details of their Clinical and Academic Training and Subspecialty Expertise in their biographies below:
Dr Paul Silberstein
BSc (Med), MBBS (Hons I), FRACP MD
Dr Paul Silberstein is the Practice Principal. Dr Silberstein is an Australian and UK trained Neurologist. After completing Neurology specialty training, Dr Silberstein undertook a Clinical Fellowship at the prestigious National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London and research leading to a Doctorate of Medicine in Clinical Neurophysiology at University College London. He returned to commence Consultant Practice in Australia in 2004, establishing the practice that has become Integrated Neurology.
Dr Silberstein practices exclusively as a Movement Disorder Neurologist specialising in the medical and Deep Brain Stimulation management of Parkinson’s disease, tremor disorders, dystonia and other conditions which result in abnormal human movement.
Dr Christina Liang
MBBS, BSc(Med), FRACP
Dr Christina Liang is a Consultant Neurologist with subspecialty expertise in Neuromuscular and Movement Disorders including management of Deep Brain Stimulation. Dr Liang graduated from UNSW in 2002 and completed her Clinical Neurology & Neurophysiology training at Westmead and Royal North Shore Hospitals in 2010.
Dr Liang is a Staff Specialist Neurologist at Royal North Shore Hospital where she cares for adolescents and adults with inherited and acquired Neuromuscular conditions through the Neuromuscular/ Transition and Neurogenetics Clinics. She is completing her doctoral studies in the management of adult patients with Mitochondrial disease, and is actively involved in ongoing clinical trials and research.
Dr Hannah Shin
Rehabilitation Medicine Specialist
MBBS FAFRM (RACP)
Dr Hannah Shin graduated from the University of New South Wales and completed specialist training in Rehabilitation Medicine through the Australasian Faculty of Rehabilitation Medicine (RACP). She was drawn to Rehabilitation Medicine from a desire to holistically maximise quality of life and functionality, above and beyond traditional models of Healthcare.
Dr Shin specialises in Neurorehabilitation, Spasticity management with Botulinum Toxin Injection, Pain management, Joint injections, Cognitive assessment, Geriatric Rehabilitation, Falls prevention and Osteoporosis management. She is completing additional training in Medical Acupuncture with a focus in Pain and Movement Disorders. She is enthusiastic about selecting and coordinating the most appropriate Interdisciplinary care and navigating entities such as the National Disability Insurance Scheme, to achieve the best outcomes for her patients.
Dr Shin is a visiting medical officer at Hunters Hill Private Hospital and leads their Parkinson’s Reconditioning Program.
Dr Jason Gu
Dr Jason Gu received his Medical Degree from the University of New South Wales and undertook Neurology training at the Sydney Adventist and Royal North Shore Hospitals. He completed his Fellowship at Royal North Shore Hospital with specialised training in Neurogenetics, Neuromuscular disease and Neurophysiology.
Dr Gu has developed an interest in the early diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease and the development of novel biomarkers. He is a Staff Specialist Neurologist at The Wollongong Hospital where he runs the Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorder clinic, as well as performing Nerve Conduction Studies, Electromyography and Botulinum Toxin Injection.
Dr Gu is a Visiting Medical Officer at North Shore Private Hospital.
Dr Michal Lubomski
BPharmSc MBBS(Hons1) MMed/Surg FRACP
Dr Michal Lubomski is a general neurologist with a specialist interest in Movement Disorders, particularly in the use of device assisted therapies for Parkinson’s disease. He is completing his doctoral studies investigating the gastrointestinal microbiome in Parkinson’s disease.
Dr Lubomski completed his Medical Degree at the University of Notre Dame, Sydney and undertook his Neurology training at St Vincent’s Hospital, Concord Repatriation General Hospital, Royal Prince Alfred Hospital and subsequently his Fellowship at Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney. He has undertaken subspecialty training in Movement Disorders, Neurogenetics, Neuromuscular diseases as well as Neurophysiology with Botulinum Toxin injection.