Neurology services at the Royal Free London
The neurology department at the Royal Free deals with a number of medical conditions including epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and multiple sclerosis (MS) at Barnet, Chase Farm and the Royal Free Hospital.
We have 24 neurologists running more than 30 clinics per week, and seeing over 1,000 patients a year. Our team also manages about 300 patients who have had a stroke. Our neurology department also leads in education, providing undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and medical research.
Alongside our general neurology clinics, we specialise in:
- Behçet’s disease
- motor neurone disease
- multiple sclerosis
- Parkinson’s disease
- peripheral neuropathy.
We also specialise in medical treatment related to cognitive neurology, headaches, neuro-genetics, HIV neurology and cognitive neurology, among others.
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