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Neurophysiology is the area of medicine that focuses on the relationship between the nervous system and the brain. The speciality is a mix between physiology, the sum of all body parts and how they interact with one another, and neurology, the study of the human brain and its functions. 

Neurophysiology is, in simple terms, how brain activity impacts nervous system activities. 

The Human nervous system consists of two areas, the central nervous system focusing on the brain and spinal cord and the peripheral nervous system focusing on the network of nerves that extend through the entire human body. Nerves are responsible for a number of areas in the body including sensitivity and feeling, health and bodily function control. 

Neurophysiology examines the relationship  between the two nervous systems and how  they may cause degenerative diseases like Parkinsons' Disease and multiple sclerosis as  well as epilepsy. 

 At the Sefton Suite we have a range of  consultants who deal specifically with this area  and we ask that should you have any  questions relating to this branch of medicine and the symptoms you are experiencing you arrange an appointment and speak with our consultants directly.








The Sefton Suite
Aintree University Hospital
Lower Lane
L9 7AL
Telephone: 0151 330 6551