Dr. med. Konrad Scheglmann is a board-certified neurologist and specialist in clinical neurophysiology (EMG, evoked potentials, EEG) and neurointensive care.
Dr. Scheglmann completed his medical studies at the University of Heidelberg and underwent his neurology residency training there. He then worked as a senior physician in Augsburg, where he led the clinical neurophysiology department and was responsible for neurologic intensive care until 2016.
In 2007, Dr. Scheglmann co-founded the NervClub with colleagues from neurosurgery, hand surgery, and other specialties. The interdisciplinary study group focuses on peripheral nerves and is active in producing guidelines for conditions such as carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, and peripheral nerve injuries. This collaboration also led to the founding of the Neurophysiological Continuing Education Academy.
Dr. Scheglmann serves on the scientific advisory board of the journal Clinical Neurophysiology and was a member of the German Myasthenia Society until 2010. He is a member of various neurological societies, serves on the Continuing Education Committee of the German Society for Clinical Neurophysiology (DGKN), and is a trainer and examiner for EMG and evoked potentials. In 2003, he was the president of the annual meeting of the Association of Neuromuscular and Electrodiagnostic Medicine in Augsburg. He has authored numerous publications and book chapters.
Praxistätigkeit Neurozentrum Enge
Praxistätigkeit Neurozentrum Bellevue
Fortbildungskommission der DGKN
Prüfer für EMG und evozierte Potentiale
Ausbilder für EMG und evozierte Potentiale
Aufbau der Stroke Unit am Klinikum Augsburg
Zertifikat für EMG und evozierte Potentiale
Oberarzt Neurologische Klinik und Neurophysiologie am Klinikum Augsburg Leiter der klinischen Neurophysiologie (Stationsoberarzt; Notambulanz; Intensivstation)
Promotion Elektromyographische Befunde bei benignen Myopatahien
Facharzt für Neurologie
Assistenzarzt Psychiatrie Heppenheim
Assistenzarzt Neurologische Universitätsklinik Heidelberg
Studium der Humanmedizin in Heidelberg