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Cancer pain management
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Medical studies have shown that over a third of all patients suffering with cancer experience moderate to severe pain; this rises to 66% in patients who have advanced stage disease. Cancer pain is usually caused by the presence of tumours (abnormal growths of tissues) that can press on surrounding organs, nerves or bones.
Chronic daily headache syndrome treatment
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For chronic daily headaches due to tension headaches, physiotherapy may play a greater part in your treatment. Treatment is personalised to each individual patient and to their particular pattern of chronic headaches. This approach is very successful and most patients find that their symptoms improve significantly; many patients report that they become virtually symptom free.

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Deep brain stimulation
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Deep brain stimulation is a neuromodulation technique used by specialists to treat a wide range of movement disorders, including Parkinson's disease and tremor. It involves the use of very small wires (electrodes) that deliver high-frequency electrical stimulation to affected parts of the brain. The electrodes are attached to a small electrical device that sends out pulses similar to a pacemaker.

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Dorsal root ganglion stimulation
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Dorsal root ganglions are bundles of nerves in the spine that transmit sensory and pain signals to the brain. Dorsal root ganglion stimulation(DRGS) involves placing tiny wires called electrodes near these nerve bundles. The electrodes are connected to an electrical device, or ‘pulse generator’, that sends out electrical impulses to alter pain signals to the brain.
Drug-induced movement disorder treatment
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The brain and muscles communicate with each other using chemical messengers called neurotransmitters. When this relay system works properly, the body is able to initiate and co-ordinate movements. Some medications (drugs) interfere with the function of neurotransmitters and can lead to problems, resulting in an involuntary movement disorder.

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General enquiries: 020 7935 4444 Appointments: 020 7616 7693 Self-Pay: 020 3219 3315

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Concierge service: 020 3219 3323International office: 020 3219 3266Invoice and payment enquiries: 020 7616 7708Press office: 020 7616 7676

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