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Peripheral nerve and muscle neurophysiology


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  • Question about Erb's palsy

    A friend's baby was diagnosed with Erb's palsy after a difficult labor and delivery, will he be able to use his arm normally in the future?

    He may, if the problem is mild. If severe, the baby may have problems. It would be worth having the baby see an expert in Erb's Palsy early on. In some cases, treatment can improve the situation.

    Dr. Joseph Cowan

  • 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

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Experience

Treated diseases

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