Stroke Medicine

A stroke occurs when the blood supply to the brain or part of the brain is disrupted causing death of brain tissue and loss of function.

Usually this is the result of blockage of an artery to the brain either by narrowing of the arteries or hardening of the arteries (atherosclerosis).

Sometimes blood clots from the heart circulate to the brain and cause sudden blockage, or arteries can burst or rupture.

Stroke is more common in people with diabetes, blood pressure, high cholesterol and smokers. Patients who have suffered a stroke are usually looked after by doctors who specialise in stroke medicine.

What happens next?

In order to be able to see you at Nottingham Road Clinic you will need a letter from your GP. Once you have the letter or the GP has agreed to write to us please contact us to make an appointment. Unfortunately we are unable to see any patients under the age of 18.

Make a Booking Enquiry

Please contact our Clinic Manager, Maria Flint, on 01623 624137 or fill in the contact form below. All enquiries and bookings are handled in complete confidence by our Clinic Manager.





When (ideally) would you like an appointment?

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