Information on our neurosurgery service
Information on our spinal surgery team
Information on our stroke medicine service
Information on our neurology department
Information on our neuro rehab team
Information on our neuropsychology service
Information on the neuroanesthesia & critical care service
Information about the pain centre clinic
Information on our neuroradiology team
Information on our research activities
The Manchester Centre of Clinical Neurosciences (MCCN) is one of the busiest Neuroscience Units in the UK with outstanding clinical care given to patients across a range of conditions. It includes the specialties of Neurology, Neurosurgery, Neuropsychology, Stroke Medicine, and Spinal Surgery.
In order to provide this high quality care there is a further range of specialist departments, including Neurophysiology, Neuroanaesthesia and Neurointensive care.
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