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London Neurosurgery Partnership

A unique collaborative partnership providing expert spinal and neurosurgical care


020 7034 8977


020 7034 8709

78 Harley Street



Welcome to the London Neurosurgery Partnership

The London Neurosurgery Partnership is a group of twelve spinal and cranial neurosurgeons working together to deliver an unparalleled level of spinal and neurosurgical care. With the consultant group working in such close collaboration, patients can depend on the London Neurosurgery Partnership to provide top quality care at all times by a consultant familiar with their treatment plan.

Each consultant is recognised as a super-specialist in their given area of expertise. The London Neurosurgery Partnership ensures patients are matched with the consultant best placed to deliver state of the art care. The group lead multidisciplinary team meetings bringing together top specialists from a variety of disciplines to offer patients treatment of the highest standard, delivered in the best way for the individual patient. 

Health Fact vs Fiction - Put your back into it

Mr Christopher Chandler talks about the cause of back pain and how to manage pain, as part of the Health Fact vs Fiction podcast series.

State-of-the-art intraoperative MRI for neurosurgery

As part of HCA Healthcare UK’s continued investment in the latest medical technology, The Wellington Hospital’s Neurosurgery Centre is now equipped with an intraoperative magnetic resonance imaging (iMRI) scanner and fully integrated digital theatre.

The iMRI scanner allows surgeons to carry out an intraoperative MRI scan of their patient’s brain during their surgery. This gives the surgeon confidence that they have achieved their treatment goal. It also provides our patients with the best possible chance of tumours being removed fully without the need for further surgery.

A glimpse into the future of patient care

We are committed to end-to-end, personalised care for our patients using cutting-edge neurosurgical interventions. Professor Keyoumars Ashkan, consultant neurosurgeon at HCA Healthcare UK, discusses innovations in neuroscience for cancer and tumour treatment in this blog, including trials for a ground-breaking vaccine and his expertise in Visualase™, a minimally invasive keyhole procedure.

Our Neurosurgical Expertise

At the London Neurosurgery Partnership we are able to provide treatment delivered by an expert in every neurosurgical sub-specialty. We also have access to the latest neurosurgical technologies, including CyberKnife® and Gamma Knife®.

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Lower back pain

If your lower back pain isn't going away, our spinal, neurology and orthopaedic surgeons can help

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Minimally invasive spinal fusion surgery

Joining bones in the spine together using the minimum amount of surgery

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Lumbar decompression

HCA UK has the facilities and expertise to carry out surgery on your lower spine using minimally invasive surgery.

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Minimally invasive transforaminal lumbar interbody fusion (TLIF)

If you have nerve or disc problems in your spine, our neurosurgeons can treat you with minimally invasive fusion surgery

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Neck pain

Suffering from a painful or stiff neck? Find out how our spinal, neurological and orthopaedic surgeons can help.

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Minimally invasive spinal surgery

A procedure that targets conditions within the spine through the use of keyhole surgery

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Most sciatica is caused by a trapped nerve in the lumbar spine causing buttock pain, tingling and numbness in the legs

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Minimally invasive brain tumour surgery

If you have a benign or malignant brain tumour, our HCA UK neurosurgeons can treat you with minimally invasive surgery

Groundbreaking brain tumour treatment

Mr Bhangoo and Professor Ashkan, both part of London Neurosurgery Partnership at The Harley Street Clinic, discuss how the Visualase® system can be used to treat brain tumours. Visualase® is minimally invasive and so there is reduced risk of infection to the patient as well as faster recovery times. Additionally, depending on the location of the tumour, it is often possible to perform the operation without shaving the patient's head.


This pioneering technique has also proved very successful as a treatment for epilepsy. The same laser-guided process is used to ablate (remove with heat energy) brain tissue mutations which cause epileptic seizures, providing epileptic patients with a far more immediate, alternative treatment option to traditional medication and surgery. 

Our consultants

Sinan Barazi

Mr Sinan Barazi

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Professor Keyoumars Ashkan

Professor Keyoumars Ashkan

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Sanjeev Bassi

Mr Sanjeev Bassi

Consultant Adult and Paediatric Neurosurgeon

Ranjeev Bhangoo

Mr Ranjeev Bhangoo

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Christopher Chandler

Mr Christopher Chandler

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Professor Keyoumars Ashkan

Mr Francesco Vergani

Consultant Neurosurgeon

HCA Healthcare UK Consultant Neurosurgeon & Complex Spine Surgeon, Mr Gordan Grahovac

Mr Gordan Grahovac

Consultant Neurosurgeon & Complex Spine Surgeon

Richard Gullan

Mr Richard Gullan

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Irfan Malik

Mr Irfan Malik

Consultant in Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery

Richard Selway

Mr Richard Selway

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Nicholas Thomas

Mr Nicholas Thomas

Consultant Neurosurgeon/ Spinal Surgeon

Christos Tolias

Mr Christos Tolias

Consultant Neurosurgeon

Contact us

Any questions for the London Neurosurgery Partnership? Get in touch and we'll be happy to help with any queries and appointments.

020 7034 8709
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