Doctor Dora Lozsadi talks about epilepsy, a neurological disease that affects adults and children alike. Discover how epilepsy is diagnosed, when to visit a neurologist and how to treat seizures.
A colloid cyst is a benign brain tumour, which means it’s non-cancerous. These cysts don’t spread, but they do slowly grow in size. Due to its location in the ventricles, a colloid cyst can sometimes cause a blockage of cerebral spinal fluid (CSF). Mr Christopher Chandler talks about the symptoms of a colloid cyst and how we can treat one.
Dementia is a terrible disease no matter what age it strikes, but did you know that it can even affect people in their 40s and 50s? Acclaimed neurologist Professor Peter Garrard is here to explain early onset dementia.
If you suffer from chronic pain in your back, arms or legs, then spinal cord stimulation therapy can help block the pain and bring some relief. Of course, as with any surgical procedures there lies a risk and a patient should know exactly what to expect following the operation. Top neurosurgeon Mr Richard Gullan explains all...
Living with chronic pain can really impact your daily life. There's now a small surgically implanted device known as a spinal cord stimulator that is inserted next to the vertebrae and masks pain signals before they reach the brain. Expert neurosurgeon Mr Richard Gullan explains more...
Problems with the brain are always a worrying prospect. Our brains are, in a lot of ways, who we are, containing our memories and acting as the control centres of our bodies. A cavernoma is a condition of the blood vessels that can occur in the brain or spinal cord, and can even lead to bleeding in the brain. Are they serious? Leading neurosurgeon Mr Christos Tolias has the answers.
Cannabis oil has been popular in the media recently, leaving us to wonder if the non-intoxicating plant extract can help with medical problems, such as anxiety and sleep problems. We asked top neurosurgeon Dr Dora Lozsadi for her insight on whether CBD oil can help with conditions such as severe childhood anxiety and who can prescribe it...
Booking an appointment with a London Neurosurgery Partnership surgeon is easy with the Top Doctor's website. Request an appointment via message, call or email the practice. Find out how you can get a referral, what to bring to your appointment and what happens after consultation.
Epilepsy is a neurological disorder affecting 1 in 100 people in the UK, and it is characterised by seizures. Typically, seizures may involve uncontrolled, jerky movements, but in fact, did you know that there are 6 different types of seizure? Mr Richard Selway of the London Neurosurgery Partnership describes the characteristics of each type of seizure.
Hypersomnia is a sleep condition characterised by daytime or excessive sleepiness. It can vary in intensity and can have different causes. Professor Matthew Walker, a top neurologist, explains what hypersomnia is, its causes and the unfortunate effects this problem can have on people’s lives.