Chordate Medical trains neurologists in Liverpool – initiating the introduction of Ozilia® Migraine

During a neurology symposium with around 60 participants at The Walton Centre NHS Foundation Trust in Liverpool on October 6-7, Chordate Medical conducted a separate training on the company’s treatment method, Ozilia® Migraine (formerly K.O.S). The Walton Centre is a leading neurology hospital in the UK, serving an area of about four million people, and the medical team’s intention is to begin implementing Ozilia® into their treatment arsenal, starting with their private clinic side.

The Walton Centre

“Together with our clinical application specialist, Petra Libert, I had the opportunity to train seven specialist doctors and nurses on the practical use of the Ozilia® migraine treatment. It is very rewarding to work directly with the specialists who actually performs the treatment and helps patients, while also taking the first practical steps towards increasing business,” says Anders Weilandt, Chordate Medical CEO.

The Walton Centre is a specialist hospital providing comprehensive neurological, neurosurgical, pain management, and rehabilitation services. The hospital has about 1,450 employees and treats over 140,000 patients each year.

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