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Wednesday 21 October 2020
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This section aims to provide patients and healthcare professionals with information about the services offered by Neurology.

For further information on these services, please visit the sections below.


  • ENT Consultation Ear, Nose and Throat Services (ENT)The ENT directorate has seven consultant surgeons and provides both specialised and general ENT services for the patients of Greater Manchester and beyond.
  • Manchester Skull Base logo Neuro Skull BaseWelcome to Salford Royal's Manchester Skull Base website. We hope you find the information contained here useful.
  • surgery risks Neuro SurgeryThe Department of Neurosurgery is part of The Greater Manchester Neurosciences Centre. The adult neurosurgical service is based at Salford Royal Hospital and the paediatric neurosurgical service at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital, Manchester.
  • Therapy Session NeuropsychologyThe Department of Clinical Neuropsychology is part of the Greater Manchester Neuroscience Centre.
  • Female nurse Pain CentreManchester & Salford Pain Centre (MSPC) is one of the country's leading clinics for the management of all forms of pain. We are a integrated clinical team of doctors, physiotherapists, psychologists and nurses supported by reception and administration staff who are expert at managing all forms of pain.
  • Pituitary gland location PituitaryThe Pituitary surgical service in Manchester is one of the busiest in the country serving a population of approximately 3.5 million adults and 5 million children.
  • physio, holding ball, after surgery Spinal ServicesThe Salford Spinal Surgery Service provides both Specialised and General spinal surgery services for the patients of Greater Manchester, Mid-Cheshire, the Northwest and beyond.
  • Sub-arachnoid HaemorrhageSub-arachnoid haemorrhage (SAH) usually occurs without any prior warning and is therefore commonly a shock to the patient and their family. Many people have anxieties during the illness and recovery periods and lots of questions. The aim of this site is to explain SAH in general terms and to provide answers to some commonly asked questions