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Bunion information evening

16 May 2019

Our Consultant Mr David Gordon will be presenting on different treatments available for bunions and there will be time available to ask any questions you may have.

Bunion information evening

Cosmetic Open Evening (Face)

25 April 2019

This cosmetic evening is for surgery relating to the face only and you will be asked when making your booking which area of your face you wish to discuss with the consultant.

Cosmetic Open Evening (Face)

All you need to know about hernias

01 April 2019

A hernia may not produce any symptoms at all, and is often found when a doctor examines a patient for other reasons. Symptoms include a swelling that typically occurs after physical activity, and pain, which again is often worse after physical exertion.

All you need to know about hernias

Knowing 'tell-tale' symptoms could save your life

01 April 2019

It is the UK’s second biggest cancer killer - claiming a life every 30 minutes yet bowel cancer spotted early can be successfully treated in over 90% of cases. Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr King is calling on people to recognise the symptoms so they are able to act quickly if they spot anything out of the ordinary.

Knowing 'tell-tale' symptoms could save your life

Glaucoma

11 March 2019

This week is World Glaucoma Week (10-16 March). With this in mind we spoke to our highly experienced ophthalmologist, Mr Manuchehri, about glaucoma, its symptoms and treatment options.

Glaucoma

Ovarian cancer awareness month

06 March 2019

March is ovarian cancer awareness month, do you know what you should be looking out for? Consultant Gynaecologist Miss Neela Mukhopadhaya discusses the risks, symptoms and what to do if you’re concerned.

Ovarian cancer awareness month

Blood in pee campaign

15 February 2019

It is important for you to be aware of the various signs and symptoms of any type of cancer, as catching it early can make a huge difference in the prognosis. February brings us Cancer Research UK ‘Blood in Pee Campaign’ and we are urging you all to be aware and not embarrassed.

Blood in pee campaign

How to reduce your risk of DVT on long haul flights

06 February 2019

Your risk of DVT is increased when you’re jetting off on a long haul flight due to extended periods of sitting, prolonged inactivity and dry cabin air. However, the risk varies hugely among passengers, have a read of our latest blog on how to reduce your risk of DVT.

How to reduce your risk of DVT on long haul flights
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