Headache is a common condition which is usually unpleasant but benign; however it can be the manifestation of serious conditions such as meningitis, thrombosis or tumours.
Multiple Sclerosis is the most common non-traumatic cause of disability in young adults. It is more prevalent in temperate climates such as the UK, occurring in around 1 in 1000 people.
This is often due to a problem with the inner ear called the labyrinth, but the sensation of dizziness – which can be both unpleasant and disturbing – can come from the brain itself.
The sensory nervous system is one of the most complex functions of the human, but like many neurological conditions, changes in sensation can be profoundly disturbing.
Welcome to the website of Dr Ben Turner,
Consultant Neurologist and Honorary Senior Lecturer
Dr Ben Turner is a highly experienced Consultant Neurologist. He was appointed to St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London NHS Hospitals in 2003. An Honorary Senior Lecturer for his research work and publications in Multiple Sclerosis and other Neurological Conditions, such as Headache and Dizziness. Private patients are seen at London Bridge Hospital, Old Broad Street Clinic, The London Clinic, and The BUPA Cromwell Hospital.