Neurophysiology and epilepsies

 

For our children's neurophysiology services, see Children's neurophysiology.

Clinical neurophysiology is a medical speciality that studies the central and peripheral nervous systems or PNS.

The central and peripheral nervous system consists of nerve cells or neurons, which send and carry electrical 'messages' through your body.

Clinical neurophysiology measures the spontaneous or stimulated electrical activity generated by these cells to diagnose a range of neurological disorders.


Contacts

Nerve and brain tests (EEG and EMG)
St Thomas' Hospital
Tel: 020 7188 3954

Neurology department
Guy's Hospital
Tel: 020 7188 3956

Email:
gst-tr.neurophysiology
gstt@nhs.net

Patient leaflets

We produce a range of information leaflets about our tests for patients.