West Midlands / Psychiatry
East Midlands / Psychiatry
Substance dependency including opiates, stimulants, alcohol and benzodiazepenes.
Help with alcohol issues and problems.
Help with steroid abuse.
Help with cannabis use.
Help with addiction or mis-use of other substances not listed.
Dr Arun Dhandayudham
Basford Consulting rooms
540, Etruria Road
The Ozase Clinic is run by a team of Doctors based at the Basford Consulting rooms in Etruria, Stoke on Trent in Staffordshire.
Dr Arun Dhandayudham leads on medical practice across the Ozase clinic.
Arun has been a Consultant in Addictions Psychiatry since 2005 and trained in Oxford and Cambridge.He was previously Clinical Director of the NHS Addictions services across Bedfordshire and Northamptonshire as well as Clinical Lead within CRI in Northants.He is currently Medical Director of the Westminster Drug Project.
Arun has extensive experience in setting up community drug and alchohol services , prison services and dual diagnosis services.He has an interest in online shopping addiction, PTSD and Chronic arousal states such as pain and anxiety.
He also sits on the Royal College of Psychiatry Addictions Faculty serving as Coordinator for the Regional Representatives network as well as Chair of the Addictions Faculty Patients and Carers group.
The clinic believes in offering supportive, empathetic and consistent high quality care at an affordable price.We are only a very small team who take your care very seriously.
We work very closely with the Primary Care Trust to uphold Clinical standards and our practice is all underpinned by the latest clinical evidence.
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