About us

The conditions that we manage include carpal tunnel syndrome, ulnar neuropathy, injury to peripheral nerves & the brachial plexus, nerve tumours, facial palsy, trigeminal neuralgia and neuropathic pain.

Peripheral nerves are anatomical structures that relay information and commands from the target organs to the central nervous system and vice versa. In this manner, the skeletal muscles contract and relax upon volitional command from the central nervous system, relayed through the peripheral nerves; the sensation of the surface of the skin is relayed to the brain for recognition and reaction through the peripheral nerves. 

The third, no less important function is the regulation of vegetative mechanisms, such as constriction and relaxation of blood vessels, sweating patterns, growth, cell migration.

Consequently, malfunction of a peripheral nerve may cause loss or alteration of sensation of an area of skin, paralyses and wasting of muscles, and pain. The extent of resulting symptoms depends on the level and severity of injury.