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Pain can be a sign from our body telling us that something is wrong. But there are different types of pain and we can often still suffer even after the source problem has been treated.
This can become a debilitating cycle, because pain can stop us leading normal, active lives and – if left untreated – can also lead to psychological symptoms.We take an integrated approach to pain management and our specialists work closely with physiotherapists, psychologists, neurosurgeons and orthopaedic surgeons, to develop an effective treatment plan personally tailored to your needs.
02 July 2019
Our Consultant Gastroenterologist, Dr Alan Watson, discusses the Bravo monitor; the tiny, painless and harmless wireless…
01 July 2019
What you can do to avoid getting hurt while enjoying your favourite sports? Top 10 tips to prevent sports injuries.