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  • Functional Neurological Disorder - Psychotherapy Service

    Sometimes FND symptoms resolve naturally when the diagnosis is explained. But, for most, psychotherapy is beneficial, and is the recommended treatment for FND.

  • Halo jacket system

    The system you are wearing is called a halo jacket system and is specifically designed to hold your neck still whilst the bones in your neck heal, in a similar way to how a broken leg or arm would be put into plaster to stop it moving whilst it heals.

  • Hand hygiene

    Most healthcare associated infections are preventable through good hand hygiene – cleaning hands at the right time and in the right way.

  • Homecare medicines

    The homecare medicines service delivers ongoing medicines supplies and provides associated care directly to your home while you are under the care of a hospital consultant.

  • Idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH)

    IIH or Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension is a condition associated with raised pressure (hypertension) in the brain (intracranial)

  • Ilioinguinal Nerve Block

    This injection can be helpful in reducing pain in the groin area. The main reason for doing this block is to reduce pain.

  • Infection prevention guidance for visitors

    As visitors you play an important role in keeping the hospital free of infection by following these guidelines.

  • Information for Horsley/HDU Critical Care Unit

    This aims to give simple, practical information to people whose relative, friend or colleague is admitted to our critical care unit.

  • Insertion of Lumbar Drain for Patients with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

    A lumbar drain is a piece of flexible tubing that is placed in the Lumbar spine which is connected to an external drainage system to drain Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF). CSF surrounds the brain and spinal cord and acts amongst other things as a cushion to protect them. 

  • Integrated Neurology Nurse Specialists

    The Walton Centre works with partners, patients, carers and the wider NHS as part of a collaboration called the Neuro Network. Through this partnership, we have created a new type of specialist neurology nurse called Integrated Neurology Nurse Specialists (INNS).

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