The Primary care and Community Neurology Society would like to thanks all those organisations and companies on this page supporting and working with us to help achieve our aims. You can find more information about those organisations by clicking on their logos
Symprove Ltd is a research and development company based in Surrey, United Kingdom. Founded in 2002, Symprove Ltd is committed to developing the understanding of the role of the gut microbiome through extensive research and testing.
Their unique water-based food supplement called Symprove was launched in 2010 and contains four unique strains of live and active bacteria to support a healthy microbiome within the context of a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Several studies have been carried out on Symprove, demonstrating its effective delivery system and looking at how gut function is impacted by the use of multistrain live bacteria. Emerging research will provide further insight on the impact of Symprove on other components of the microbiota and the implications for the maintenance of human health.
The company continues to be research-driven and is constantly striving to support research into gut health and the microbiome.
For more information, please go to our new website for health professionals: www.symproveforprofessionals.com
Flynn Pharma Ltd
Flynn Pharma is a pharmaceutical company based in Stevenage, United Kingdom. At Flynn Pharma, we aim to rediscover tried and trusted branded pharmaceutical products. We re-energise products for underserved patient populations through effective, ongoing supply chain management, targeted promotion, and product development programmes that focus on improving formulations and introducing new indications.
Nutricia Advanced Medical Nutrition (AMN) have a diverse portfolio of medical nutrition products which help manage many different conditions and are used under the supervision of healthcare professionals. This includes a range of products, KetoCal range, which can be prescribed to manage those individuals with drug resistant epilepsy on a ketogenic diet. For further information visit: www.nutricia.co.uk
Epilepsy Action is a community of people committed to a better life for everyone affected by epilepsy.
We want high quality, accessible epilepsy healthcare services, so that people with epilepsy have the support they need to manage their condition.
We want wider awareness and understanding of epilepsy, so that people living with the condition are treated with fairness and respect.
The UK Parkinson’s Excellence Network brings together health and social care professionals to transform care for people affected by Parkinson’s. To read the latest news from the Parkinson’s Excellence Network click here.
Bolt Burdon Kemp is a leading firm of solicitors for serious injury claims.
Their specialist brain injury solicitors have over 30 years’ experience in achieving strong results in complex claims involving adults and children with brain injuries. They are recognised as a leading firm in the field of head and brain injury by the independent Chambers and Partners and Legal 500 guides.
Bolt Burdon Kemp’s brain injury specialists understand the far reaching effects of neurological injury on an individual and know the importance of prompt diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation. They place clients’ wellbeing at the centre of their actions and seek to support them outside of legal process.
Bolt Burdon Kemp’s partnership will help to support the Primary Care and Community Neurology Society’s work to enhance the delivery and quality of care to those with neurological conditions.
Motor neurone disease (MND) is a fatal, progressive neurological condition.
The MND Association is the only national charity for MND in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
We support patients, carers and health and social care professionals.
Click here to read what support of materials are available for the health and social care professionals.
We campaign for better care.
We fund world class research.
Our helpline is for you and anyone affected by MND, call 0808 802 6262, or visit www.mndassociation.org