Departments and Services
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Exercise and continuing to work are key to recovery for chronic pain.
The Acute Physiotherapy Team is involved in the assessment and treatment of inpatients following neurosurgery or those diagnosed with a neurological condition
Interventional radiology (IR) refers to minimally invasive, image-guided medical treatments.
The focus of rehabilitation is to enable people to live as independently as possible by maximising their clinical outcomes
The Walton Centre Therapy Service provides a range of specialist care for patients recovering from complex neurological injuries and illnesses, complex trauma and pain related conditions
Neuropathic pain (nerve pain) is a common type of chronic pain. It is caused by nerve disease or nerve damage.
A world renowned multidisciplinary Theatre team, accredited by the Royal College of Anaesthetists
Complex regional pain ayndrome, is often difficult to diagnose. Its main feature is persistent pain in an arm or leg, usually after trauma. It is often associated with changes in temperature, swelling and sensitivity.
The Walton Centre runs a clinic for patients with a range of neurogenetic disorders, principally various forms of cerebellar ataxias.
Jefferson Ward is a neuroscience day surgery and same day admission unit