Dr. Manosalva is a MD LMCC in Neurology. He completed Medical School, including the specialty in Neurology, at the National Unviersity of Colombia. He worked in the Netherlands Antilles, and trained assistant physicians rotating in the department of Neurology from the University of Groningen Holland before coming to Canada in 2011. He completed his sub specialty in Movement Disorders and Medical Genetics at the University of Alberta. He centered his research in Vascular Parkinsonism. He continued doing a fellowship in Stroke Neurology & Cerebrovascular diseases at the Universities of Alberta, and Toronto, in the Sunnybrook Hospital.
Dr. Manosalva has an interest in patients with different kinds of neurological disorders, including patients with Epilepsy, Migraine, Dementia, Multiple Sclerosis and Movement Disorders. His sub specialty particularly includes Idiopathic Parkinson Disease, parkinson plus syndromes. Also the treatment of dystonias, blepharospasm and hemifacial spasm with Botulinum Toxin. He had training in hereditary ataxias and spastic paraparesis.
Dr. Manosalva is a staff physician – neurology consultant at Medicine Hat Regional Hospital, and is the current director of the Stroke Prevention Clinic and Urgent TIA clinic. He is participating in the multicentre ACT trial which compares Alteplase vs Tenecteplase in the treatment of patients with acute stroke. He has been working in young patients with stroke and trying to understand what was the cause for it, including diverse pathology such as vertebral dissection, Fabry disease, and novel treatments in central retinal artery occlusion.