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Neurosurgery is surgery of the nervous system. It’s not only surgery affecting the brain, but also any subsidiary part of the spinal cord, peripheral nervous and cerebrovascular systems.

King Edward VII's Hospital Expertise

Consultants who specialise in neurosurgery to the peripheral and central nervous system at our Hospital have been through a rigorous selection process and are leaders in their area of special interest. You can expect the highest standards of diagnosis and treatment from any consultant with practising privileges. They will also commonly have working relationships with other consultants within a related specialist area.

Common conditions and symptoms addressed by a neurosurgery specialist include:

  • head trauma
  • benign and malignant cancers
  • epilepsy
  • spinal tumours
  • peripheral nerve tumours
  • meningitis
  • brachial plexus trauma
  • periperhal nerve trauma
  • foot drop
  • wrist drop
  • neurologic thoracic outlet syndrome (ToS)
  • nerve compression

Our Experts


Mr Sinan Barazi  ›
Special interests include:
Mr James Allibone  ›
Special interests include:
Sciatica (+ 7 more)
Miss Vivian Elwell  ›
Special interests include:
Leg Numbness And Weakness (+ 23 more)

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