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Back pain rehabilitation


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First visit Clinical Neurophysiology


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First visit Rehabilitation Medicine


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Orthopaedic rehabilitation in the elderly


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Peripheral nerve and muscle neurophysiology


Royal NATIONAL Orthopaedic Hospital Brockley Hill , Stanmore

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  • Question about Guillain-Barre syndrome

    I had Guillan Barre over 40 years ago, as a child. Onset was rapid and resulted in me being paralysed from the neck down. Duration was approximately 18 months. All my life I have suffered from chronic fatigue, that GPs have put down to various causes. How can I be checked for residual effects?

    This may not be simple. Seeing a Neurologist who has an interest in peripheral nerve diseases would be the best starting point. From speaking to you and examining you, a useful discussion should be possible.

    Dr. Joseph Cowan

  • Should I see neurologist or orthapeadics for muscle weakness and pain?

    I would suggest a Rheumatologist.

    Dr. Joseph Cowan

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Experience

Treated diseases

  • Complex regional pain syndrome
  • Neck pain and back pain
  • Poliomyelitis
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