Specialized neurologists in Zürich

  • Prompt appointment scheduling
  • Experienced specialists
  • State-of-the-art supplementary diagnostics
  • Comprehensive range of treatments
  • Personalized care

Neurologists in Zurich – a modern neurology center at Bellevue square

Neurology center of expertise 

The Bellevue Neurocentre specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the central and peripheral nervous system. Located in the heart of Zurich, our center’s peaceful, friendly atmosphere is a place where our neurologists make time for you and listen to your needs and concerns. Because we are a center of expertise for neurology, we provide care in line with the latest scientific knowledge and research. We strive to quickly diagnose acute conditions and provide ongoing medical care to patients suffering from chronic illnesses. 

We systematically combine outpatient and inpatient care through the close collaboration and intense communication with local acute care hospitals, leading private clinics and nearby rehabilitation clinics. Our patients can rest assured that they are in good hands, both on a professional and personal level. 

Specialized Doctors

Dr. phil. Martina Hubacher


Dr. med. Günter Krämer

Neurology FMH

PD Dr. med. Manuel Meyer

Neurology FMH

Dr. med. Michael Wernz

Neurology FMH

Dr. med Daniel Zutter

Neurology FMH, Internal Medicine FMH

Specialist Consultations

In addition to general neurological consultations, which are also available on short-notice in emergencies, NeuroCentre Bellevue offers several specialist consultations. Qualified specialists offer our patients fast diagnoses and treatment of disorders, such as multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s disease and other movement disorders, epilepsy, neuromuscular diseases (in particular, polyneuropathies) and headaches. 

We also specialize in the use of Bot.Tox. to treat cases of dystonia and spasticity. In close cooperation with Klinik Hirslanden, we are well-equipped to provide emergency care to patients who have shown symptoms of stroke or what are known as transitory ischemic attacks (TIA) and to provide inpatient care if needed. 

Supplementary Diagnostics

Electroneurography (ENMG)

Measurement of nerve conductivity (ENG) and muscle activity (EMG)

Electroencephalography (EEG)

Measuring and recording electrical brain currents

Evoked Potential (EP)

Measurement of sight, touch and motor nerve impulses.

Neuroangiology (Doppler/Duplex)

Ultrasound examinations to measure blood flow in the brain

Lumbar Puncture

Collection of cerebrospinal fluid (liquor) from spinal canal

Intraoperative Neuromonitoring (IONM)

Monitoring of neurophysiology functions during surgery