15 May 2013
Following an activity holiday, perhaps tackling the high-seas, trekking a mountain range or taking in the sights from a cycle or horseback, you may expect to return home with a few aches and pains. Interestingly, Sarah Considine, Spinal Physiotherapist treats as many patients for injuries sustained due to far more mundane activities in her clinic at Spire Norwich hospital.
15 April 2013
From fluctuating weight and mood swings, to bloated tummy’s and stomach cramps, period symptoms can be hard to live with. Although most women tend to simply grin and bear it, we should all be aware of other possible underlying causes. Mr Edward Morris, Consultant Gynaeclogist offers information on the symptoms, causes and complications of endometriosis.
07 February 2013
Breaking last years ski run times will be the intention of many taking to the slopes – unfortunately, breaking bones is just as common. Collar bone and wrist fractures suffered by skiers and snowboarders are commonly seen by Consultants at Spire Norwich Hospital early in the New Year. Mr Adrian Chojnowski and Mr Peter Hallam offer information and treatment available for these common upper limb injuries.
04 January 2013
January can bring a tear to the eye for many reasons, the thought of a post-Christmas diet, blustery winter walks and perhaps Januarys credit card statement to name but a few. Mrs Bridget Hemmant and Mr Peter Prinsley discuss other reasons why watery eyes can cause problems for many during the winter months.
21 December 2012
29 October 2012
On average 120,000 hernia operations are performed in the UK each year. Mr Simon Wemyss-Holden, Consultant General & Laparoscopic Surgeon at Spire Norwich Hospital discusses this common complaint.
10 August 2012
Spire Norwich Hospital is delighted to welcome new consultants offering private consultations and treatments in a variety of specialities for patients across Norfolk and Suffolk.
27 June 2012
Spire Norwich Hospital (Norfolk) receives clean bill of health following an unannounced visit from the independent regulatory healthcare body Care Quality Commission (CQC).
15 February 2012
At Spire Norwich Hospital we're proud that 99% of patients rate our overall quality of service 'excellent', 'very good' or 'good'. Not only that, 99% of the people who were treated here before said they would definitely or were likely to recommend us in the future.
17 June 2010
With the exception of Diego Maradona, footballers are usually better known for their fancy footwork rather than their 'handiskills'. Not any more, meet 'Soccer Surgeon' Mr Andrea Figus.
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