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Neurological disorders

Neurology deals with any problems affecting the nervous system.

The nervous system is made up of a network of nerves, enabling our brain to coordinate the body’s functions. It works by sending messages from the brain to our muscles and organs. Nerves also let us experience the world through our senses.

Neurological conditions are the leading cause of disability and include everything from a sudden stroke or brain injury, to conditions that come and go like migraines. More complex conditions like dementia and muscular dystrophy usually get worse over time and can make it difficult to live independently.

If you or a loved one needs support, our GPs are here every day of the week.

Alzheimer's disease
Alzheimer's disease is the most common cause of dementia in the UK, causing a decline in thinking, memory and behavioral skills.
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Bell's palsy
Bell's palsy is a temporary weakness or paralysis in one side of your face.
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Brain tumours
A brain tumour forms when cells divide abnormally in your brain. There are many different types of brain tumours, and not all of them are cancerous.
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Cluster headaches
Cluster headaches are a rare type of headache that causes severe pain on one side of your head and come in bouts a few weeks or months at a time.
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Dementia
Dementia is a broad term for a range of different conditions that affect how well your brain functions. It usually starts with memory loss and then influences your thinking and communication abilities.
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Cerebral palsy
Read about how cerebral palsy develops during pregnancy, childbirth or soon after birth and how it affects muscle function and movement.
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Migraine
Migraines are intense headaches often accompanied by feeling or being sick and sensitivity to light or sound.
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Multiple sclerosis (MS)
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition of the brain and spinal cord that causes a wide range of symptoms that affect movement, vision, balance and the way you think and feel.
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Myasthenia gravis
Myasthenia gravis is a rare, chronic (long-term) condition that causes weakness in the muscles. It affects people of any age but typically starts in women under 40 and men over 60.
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Tension headaches
Most people experience tension headaches at some point in their life. They’re the most common type of headache, usually causing mild to moderate pain or tension around your head.
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