COVID-19 Restrictions to remain in place at our hospital

We would like to remind you that the restrictions currently in place across the NHS will remain for the foreseeable future. This includes limitations on visiting patients, and infection control measures such as wearing face masks, temperature checks and maintaining social distancing when at our hospital.

Departments and Services

Departments and Services ordered by most popular. You can also find a Department or Service by A-Z.

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  • Motor neurone disease

    Motor neurone disease (MND) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks the upper and lower motor neurones.

  • Nerve (neuropathic) pain

    Neuropathic pain (nerve pain) is a common type of chronic pain. It is caused by nerve disease or nerve damage.

  • Rehabilitation

    The focus of rehabilitation is to enable people to live as independently as possible by maximising their clinical outcomes

  • Neurogenetic disorders

    The Walton Centre runs a clinic for patients with a range of neurogenetic disorders, principally various forms of cerebellar ataxias.

  • Acute Physiotherapy

    The acute physiotherapy team is involved in the assessment and treatment of inpatients following neurosurgery or those diagnosed with a neurological condition

  • Brain Tumour service

    The brain tumour service at The Walton Centre treats over 500 new patients per year.

  • Neuromyelitis optica

    Neuromyelitis Optica is a rare neurological condition and is characterised by relapses affecting the optic nerves  and spinal cord.

     

  • Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS)

    Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, 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.

  • Management of Chronic Pain

    Exercise and continuing to work are key to recovery for chronic pain.

  • Respiratory Physiotherapy Team

    The Respiratory Physiotherapy Team covers intensive care and the high dependency unit, as well as providing an outreach respiratory service