Neurological conditions & symptoms

Many neurological conditions and symptoms can be relieved by medical cannabis treatment.

Cannabis-based products have been shown to provide relief for severe epilepsy – particularly in children – as well as neuropathic pain, seizures, brain injury, spinal cord injury and migraine. Sativex, a cannabis-based treatment for multiple sclerosis has been proven to help the symptoms of overactive bladder, spasticity and tremor. Patients living with neurological conditions including motor neurone disease and Parkinson’s have also seen benefits arising from medical cannabis treatments. 

At The Medical Cannabis Clinics, patients living with a range of neurological conditions and symptoms are supported, including:

  • Alzheimer’s disease symptoms
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Epilepsy
  • Essential tremors
  • Migraines
  • Motor neurone disease
  • Multiple sclerosis
  • Muscular dystrophy symptoms
  • Parkinson’s disease symptoms
  • Seizures
  • Spasticity
  • Stroke
  • Traumatic brain injury

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Meet our neurological specialists

UK’s leading medical cannabis practitioners.

Dr. Elizabeth Iveson, Neurological Complex Care Specialist

Dr Elizabeth Iveson MBCHB, FRCP UK is a Consultant Physician working within the NHS and Private sector. She was appointed as a Consultant Stroke (all ages) and Elderly Care Physician at York Hospital in November 2006. Dr Iveson is the Elderly Medicine Lead for the York Integrated Complex Care Team.

Dr Iveson’s interests and expertise include all aspects of stroke care, neurorehabilitation and looking at the patient as a whole. She is experienced in the management of post-stroke complications and multiple other comorbidities such as fatigue, spasticity, continence, depression and pain. She has cared for patients of all ages with complex physical and cognitive problems and is skilled in the care of patients with complex and multidisciplinary needs. She is passionate about delivering high-quality specialist holistic care.

Dr Elie Okirie has over 30 years of experience as a doctor and for the last two decades, he has focussed entirely on the rehabilitation of people with severe and complex disabilities, particularly brain injury (traumatic and vascular including stroke), post-concussion injury, spinal injury and long-term neurological conditions such as multiple sclerosis and neuromuscular disorders.

Dr Okirie’s practice looks at the assessment of disability, the determination of therapy requirements, patient-centred goal planning and rehabilitation. His work includes the assessment of care needs, advice on employment, leisure, and social prospects for disabled persons.

Dr Okirie is currently the Clinical Director and Consultant in Neurological and Specialist Rehabilitation at the Central England Rehabilitation Unit (CERU), Leamington Spa Hospital an NHS-E level-1 specialised rehabilitation service. He divides his time between CERU and University Hospitals Coventry & Warwickshire undertaking major trauma work for patients requiring hyper-acute and post-acute rehabilitation management.

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“In my practice, I support complex care patients who manage multiple symptoms at the same time. Over recent years, I’ve worked with patients living with chronic pain, sleeping problems, anxiety, mood disorders and those on a palliative care pathway. They are often taking a huge number of medications which are not alleviating their symptoms, and often come with undesirable side effects.

If regulated, prescribed, safe medical cannabis could help my patients who are living with intractable pain, and suffering a really poor quality of life, then clinically, it’s the right thing to try. My passion comes from this clinical evidence base – it could help people, it could really change people’s lives. I’m so keen to contribute to opening up the market for medical cannabis for everyone in the UK who could benefit from it, by promoting education and by being part of developing the research and evidence base.” Dr. Elizabeth Iveson