Our Doctors

Dr Mark Paine graduated from the University of Melbourne in 1986 and completed basic physician and neurology advanced training at Royal Melbourne Hospital and St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne. He underwent further sub-specialist training in nero-opthalmology and neuro-otology in the UK at the National Hospital for Neurology & Neurosurgery, Queen Square, London and at Moorfield’s Eye Hospital, London.

From 1996 until 2014, Dr Paine worked as a consultant neurologist/neuro-opthalmologist at St Vincent’s hospital (SVH) and the Royal Victorian Eye & Ear Hospital (RVEEH) Melbourne. From 1997-2013, Dr Paine served as Head of the Vestibular Clinic and Vestibular investigation unit at RVEEH and from 2008-2013 Dr Paine was Head of the Neuro-opthalmology Unit at RVEEH and from 2006-2013 Dr Paine was Head of Neuroimmunology clinic at St Vincent’s Hospital.

Dr Paine is also Honorary Secretary/Treasurer of Neuro-opthalmology society of Australia and is now a Visting Medical Practitioner at St Andrew’s War Memorial Hospital and Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital.


Dr Kerryn Green is a general adult Neurologist who consults on a wide range of neurological problems and performs a wide repertoire of nerve conduction and EMG studies. In addition, she has a special interest in Multiple Sclerosis.

After graduating from Queensland University with both medical and science degrees, Dr Green went on to complete her training in Neurology at Princess Alexandra Hospital and then Royal Brisbane Women’s Hospital and continues to consult in the RBWH Multiple Sclerosis Clinic as well as maintaining her private practice.

Dr Green has a keen interest in medical education. She regularly provides lectures to medical students at the University of Queensland and both basic and advanced physician trainees with the Royal Australasian College of Physicians.