Mr Jonathan Hyam

Hon. Associate Professor & Consultant Neurosurgeon

Mr Jonathan Hyam is an Hon. Associate Professor and Consultant Brain & Spinal Neurosurgeon at the National Hospital for Neurology in Queen Square.

He specialises in performing Gamma Knife Radiosurgery and treating patients with spinal conditions (including back pain, sciatica, prolapsed disc within the neck or lower spine and spinal stenosis), cranial conditions (including Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, tremor or facial pain/headache, hydrocephalus and brain tumours such as meningioma) and peripheral nerve conditions (including carpal tunnel syndrome and ulnar nerve compression).

Mr. Hyam has received numerous national and international prizes and honours. He has received America’s Congress of Neurological Surgeons’ Resident Prize for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery which was awarded in Washington, DC. He also received UCL and Queen Square's Prize in Neurosurgery.

He was awarded a PhD from Oxford University in Neurosurgery and Physiology, and a Diploma in Microscopic Neurosurgery from The Yasargil Neurosurgery Laboratory of the University of Zurich. Mr. Hyam was appointed Associate Editor of the Masters of Neurosurgery Hall of Fame spanning the highest-regarded neurosurgeons from around the globe.

He is an invited specialist advisor to NICE on behalf of the British Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, providing expert guidance on treatments across the country for conditions such as headache, facial pain, movement disorders, and spinal pain.

Mr Hyam was elected to the council of the Royal Society of Medicine, clinical neurosciences section, and is a member of the Leksell Gamma Knife Society, and the British Association of Spine Surgeons.

Mr Hyam is a Consultant Neurosurgeon and member of the Clinical Advisory and Governance Group for the Queen Square Imaging Centre's MR-Guided Focused Ultrasound service.

• MR-Guided Focused Ultrasound
• Gamma Knife radiosurgery
• Deep Brain Stimulation
• Peripheral nerve surgery
• Brain tumour surgery