Dr Michael Coroneos is a senior and experienced Neurosurgeon. He graduated in 1980 with
MBBS (1st Class Honours) from the University of Queensland. He trained in Neurosurgery at the
Princess Alexandra hospital, Mater Hospital, Royal Brisbane Hospital and Royal Children’s
Hospital with FRACS in 1988. He also completed a year of further training as Senior Registrar in
Dr Coroneos holds specialist qualifications in Neurosurgery. He sees claimants with
neurosurgical conditions including lumbar conditions (e.g. sciatica, radiculopathy), cervical
conditions (e.g. brachial neuralgia) and brain conditions (e.g. brain tumours, cerebral bleeds,
stroke). He also sees claimants with pain conditions (e.g. trigeminal neuralgia, neuropathic
pain), spinal tumours and peripheral nerve entrapments (e.g. carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar
neuropathy, meralgia paraesthetica).
Dr Coroneos holds six Fellowships in Surgery. He is accredited with CIME, Comcare and GEPI.
He is a senior RACS clinical examiner and educator.