A-Z of Departments and Services
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Tests carried out to assess function of the nerves and muscles.
The Walton Centre runs a clinic for patients with a range of neurogenetic disorders, principally various forms of cerebellar ataxias.
Physiotherapists help people affected by injury, illness or disability through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice
This service offers highly specialised evidence-based intervention via outpatient appointments
The Neurology service provides specialist care to patients across Cheshire, Merseyside, North Wales and the Isle of Man.
Neuromodulation involves implanting electrical devices within the body to treat pain
We offer a comprehensive diagnostic, therapeutic and support service for adult patients with neuromuscular disorders (NMD)
Neuromyelitis Optica is a rare neurological condition and is characterised by relapses affecting the optic nerves and spinal cord.
The Walton Centre Neuro-Oncology team provide a dedicated surgical oncology service for patients diagnosed with brain and central nervous system tumours.
Neuropathic pain (nerve pain) is a common type of chronic pain. It is caused by nerve disease or nerve damage.
The Neurophysiology Department carries out a range of diagnostic tests to record the electrical activity in different areas of the body.
This is a discipline of medicine that deals with illnesses in the interface between neurology and psychiatry.
Neuropsychology is a service that helps patients who experience cognitive memory, language or concentration difficulties.
The neuropsychology inpatient service provides assessment and support to Walton Centre patients during their inpatient stay.
The Walton Centre offers the most comprehensive neuroradiology service in the UK
The Neuroscience Laboratories are a suite of laboratories based within The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust, providing a comprehensive neurological pathology service. Consisting of three major disciplines; neuropathology, neurobiochemistry and neuroimmunology, the department specialises in assays for the diagnosis of neurological disease and is one of only a handful of specialist diagnostic laboratories in the UK.
The Neurosurgical Division is one of the busiest neurosurgical units in the UK, seeing approximately 9,800 new patients, 3,800 elective patients, and 1,700 emergency inpatients every year.
The neurovascular surgery and intervention service treats intracranial conditions involving diseases of cerebral blood vessels