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Dr Blake Colman

Dr Blake Colman

Neurologist, Neuro-ophthalmologist

Dr Blake Colman is a consultant neurologist with subspecialty training in neuro-ophthalmology. He currently works at the Alfred Hospital and at The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear hospital and holds an appointment as an Honorary Research Fellow at the Royal Melbourne Hospital.


Dr. Colman graduated from Deakin University and obtained his postgraduate medical training in Victoria through both the Royal Melbourne Hospital and the Alfred Hospital. He completed his neurology training with a two-year fellowship in neuro-ophthalmology through the Alfred and Royal Victorian Eye and Ear hospitals in Melbourne.  Clinically, Dr. Colman has strong subspecialty interest in neuro-ophthalmology, autoimmune neurological diseases and stroke. He is a passionate educator and researcher with a strong focus on patient-centred care, undertaking projects to further patient engagement and understanding of their condition. 


In addition to his clinical work, Dr. Colman is a PhD candidate through Monash University where he is undertaking a study focusing on new neuro-imaging techniques in the diagnosis and management of idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH), a common neuro-ophthalmological disease. 


When not working, Blake enjoys spending time with his wife and young family, cycling, and consuming whatever sport is on at the time. 


Dr Colman consults at The Neuro Group as a general neurologist on a monthly basis, seeing patients with a variety of neurological conditions. 

His special interests and expertise spans:

  • Neuro-ophthalmology

  • Autoimmune neurological diseases

  • Stroke prevention and management 

  • General neurological disorders/presentations


Dr Colman does not see patients for the purposes of worker’s compensation, medico-legal reports or TAC related claims.

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