Theaterstrasse 8, 
8001 Zurich 

  Tel: +41 44 295 30 45
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Dr. med. Konrad Scheglmann Neurologist FMH

Konrad Scheglmann (born 1954) studied at the University of Heidelberg and graduated in the local Department of neurology. Even before entering the university he was involved in the EMG laboratory of Tübingen University Hospital with clinical neurophysiology. First publications date from this period. His focus was always lesions of peripheral nerves, later neurophysiology in the intensive care and neuromuscular autoimmune diseases (CIDP, MMN, myasthenia gravis, etc.)

In 1992 he changed to the Augsburg department of neurology (Prof. Stöhr) as a senior physician, where he led the clinical neurophysiology until 2016 and as a senior physician he was responsible for the neurological intensive care unit. Since then, he joined the team of the Neurozentrum Bellevue.

Dr. Scheglmann is a member of various neurological societies, a member of the Educational Commission of the DGKN, instructors and assessors for EMG and evoked potentials. In 2003 he was president of the Annual Meeting of the ANIM in Augsburg.

He founded 2007, together with colleagues from neurosurgery, hand surgery and other disciplines the NervClub - interdisciplinary study group peripheral nerve - and is there on the board. With this collaboration he is Co-Author of different interdisciplinary AMWF-S-3 guidelines: carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, peripheral nerve injuries.

Together with Prof. Bischoff and Prof. Schulte-Mattler led the common concern of the "peripheral neurology" establishing the Neurophysiologische Fortbildungsakademie GmbH,

He is member of the Scientific Advisory Board of the journal Clinical Neurophysiology and by 2010 German myasthenia gravis society.

Author of numerous publications and book chapters for electromyography, evoked potentials, intensive care, entrapment syndromes of peripheral nerves, neuromonitoring etc.

Theaterstrasse 8, 8001 Zurich

Tel: +41 44 295 30 45
Fax +41 44 295 30 46

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