Peter Bullock FRCS MRCP is a leading neurosurgeon based in Harley Street, London.

Peter Bullock neurosurgeon portraitPeter Bullock FRCS MRCP is a leading neurosurgeon based in London, UK. His specialities include brain tumours (glioma, meningioma, pineal tumours and cerebral metastases); pituitary tumours; brain haemorrhage; and trigeminal neuralgia.

He is highly experienced in the use of endoscopic techniques, microsurgery, Gamma Knife® and CyberKnife® radiation, and was one of the first clinicians from The London Clinic to be trained in CyberKnife®.

Peter Bullock works with a team of dedicated and experienced interventional neuroradiologists, neuro anaesthetists, neurointensivists, endocrinologists, ophthalmologists, ENT surgeons and nurses at The London Clinic, ensuring the best possible outcome for his patients.

Conditions treated

Brain Tumours

When normal cells grow old or become damaged, they die and new cells take their place

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Brain haemorrhage

A brain haemorrhage is a brain bleed, where a blood vessel gives way and causes bleeding into or around the brain.

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Pituitary tumours

Pituitary tumours occur in the pituitary gland, which is at the base of the brain, just below the optic nerves.

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Spinal conditions

Peter Bullock treats a number of spinal conditions that fall under the heading of neurosurgery

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Patient stories

“I think Peter Bullock is one of the most engaging, constructive and reassuring doctors I have ever met. His medical qualities are beyond question, but the human side of the treatment sets him apart totally.”

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Barry Whipp,
a recent patient, recalls his experience with Dr Bullock and his team

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The London Clinician Magazine December 2020

The London Clinician magazine

Mr Bullock and a patient give their perspectives on living with and treating meningiomas.

Mr Bullock has been providing treatment and support to Amisha Thobhani since she was first diagnosed with suprasellar meningioma in 2005. The London Clinician featured a case study (see pages 4-5) where they both give their perspectives on living with and treating meningiomas. Read more...