What we treat

Listed below are common conditions that we treat, although our diverse team treat all neurological and brain conditions.
Please contact us for more information about your condition.

Brain tumours are fortunately fairly rare. There are over 100 different types of brain tumour,  but there are only a few are most common.

An aneurysm is an expansion or ballooning of a blood vessel wall within the brain. It usually develops slowly over many years and doesn’t cause any problem until it bleeds without warning.

Epileptic seizures have been known about since ancient times when they were thought to indicate possession by evil spirits.

Hydrocephalus literally means “water on the brain” and refers to conditions where there is an abnormal build up of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in or around the brain. About 750ml of CSF is normally produced inside the brain per day.

The human spine is an amazing structure – its supports us throughout our lives with strength and flexibility. Unfortunately, it also is one of most common areas in the body to wear out and cause pain and dysfunction.

Minimally invasive spine surgery, also known as MIS, is any minimally invasive procedure that targets conditions specifically within the spine through the use of small incisions as opposed to traditional open-spine surgery which typically requires a 5-6 inch incision. MIS surgery reduces damage to the adjacent tissues, meaning less post operative pain and faster recovery times.

Trigeminal neuralgia (also called tic douloureux) is a condition which causes sharp shooting pain on one side of the face, due to irritation of the Trigeminal (fifth) cranial nerve.

Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common condition that typically causes pain and numbness in the hand, especially the thumb, index and middle fingers. The pain often wakes people up at night.

Cubital tunnel syndrome can cause an aching pain on the inside of the elbow. Most of the symptoms, however, occur in your hand. Sleeping with your elbow bent can aggravate symptoms. Numbness and tingling in the ring finger and little finger are common symptoms of ulnar nerve entrapment.