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Sacral nerve stimulation
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Sacral nerve stimulation is a type of neuromodulation therapy that uses small electrical impulses to alter the activity of certain nerves (sacral nerves) that control the functions of the bladder and bowel motion. The electrical impulses are sent out from an electrical device, similar to a pacemaker, through tiny electrical wires (electrodes) that are placed near these nerves.
Sedatives
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Sedatives are not really anaesthetics but they are often used with local anaesthetics or epidurals to help you feel calm and relaxed during an operation in which you are awake.
Selective Internal Radiotherapy (SIRT)
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The London Clinic is one of the few private hospitals that offers Selective Internal Radiotherapy (SIRT), a pioneering treatment used to accurately target primary liver cancer or cancer that has spread to the liver from other parts of the body such as bowel cancer.
Septorhinoplasty
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Septorhinoplasty is surgery to reshape and resize the nose and correct a deviated nasal septum. Septorhinoplasty is an operation that changes the nose's appearance and straightens the septum to restore its healthy function. We offer a functional septorhinoplasty by world-leading cosmetic surgeons and ENT consultants, and a comfortable, stress-free environment in which to recover.
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Shockwave Therapy
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ESWT is a non invasive, non surgical, drug free procedure for the treatment of chronic (long term) tendon pain. A shockwave is an acoustic energy wave. It is created outside of the body (extracorporeal) by compressed air, which the physiotherapist then directs onto the effected tissue via a hand held device.

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