Occipital nerve blocks can help patients with migraine and also those who experience cluster headaches. The treatment involves the injection of a steroid and a local anaesthetic into the two occipital nerves. The injections are done as an outpatient treatment, and only take a couple of minutes.
Occipital nerve stimulation is a type of neuromodulation which uses electrical stimulation to alter the activity of certain nerves. Occipital nerve stimulation specifically targets nerves in the head and neck to relieve headaches and facial pain.
Occupational therapy is the way in which people with a range of different abilities are supported to be able to live independently and get the most out of their life and the activities they enjoy.
Our specialist cancer physiotherapists have the necessary skill set and knowledge to help those with the physical effects of cancer or side effects of cancer treatment.
Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is an important diagnostic tool in ophthalmology. The London Clinic Eye Centre has the latest, most sophisticated optical coherence tomography system, the Heidelberg Spectralis. The major application of optical coherence tomography is for diagnosing and monitoring retinal disease. It is completely non-invasive; there are no probes or needles and examination by an OCT machine is not at all uncomfortable.
Osseointegration removes the need for a socket prosthesis, significantly improving quality of life, by giving patients the ability to mobilise as close as possible to able bodied people.
Osteopathy is a drug-free and non-invasive manual medicine focusing on total body health by treating and strengthening the musculoskeletal framework. This includes the joints, muscles and spine.
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