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"I’ve been told my child has glue ear"

23 November 2017

Glue ear (also known as otitis media with effusion or OME) is a common childhood condition characterised by the build-up of fluid within the middle ear, without signs of acute infection.

"I’ve been told my child has glue ear"

Is mesh used in hernia surgery safe?

15 November 2017

Many patients ask about ‘mesh’ used in hernia surgery, often concerned about reports that they have read in relation to chronic pain. In this article we explain what mesh is and some of the causes of chronic pain after hernia repair.

Is mesh used in hernia surgery safe?

Why I am a plastic surgeon by Mr Gerard Lambe

01 November 2017

I first became inspired to pursue this career after a talk from a group of plastic surgeons while I was in medical school. They showed us the breadth and variety of surgery they did and what I considered to be miracles such as reattaching fingers and saving people from life threatening burns.

Why I am a plastic surgeon by Mr Gerard Lambe

Halloween special: How to safely carve your pumpkin!

25 October 2017

Each year we will see a large spate of finger and hand injuries around Halloween. Whilst it can be difficult to curb the enthusiasm of children, there are a number of things you can do to avoid these entirely preventable injuries.

Halloween special: How to safely carve your pumpkin!

Critical Care at Spire Manchester Hospital

11 October 2017

At Spire Manchester Hospital we are proud to provide a level 2/3 critical care unit for our patients who need extra care during their stay. Dr Julian Barker, one of our critical care consultants, has answered some of our questions about critical care here.

Critical Care at Spire Manchester Hospital

Ten tips on back care

04 October 2017

Here’s some advice from our physiotherapy team at Spire Manchester with top tips on how to manage back pain and how to prevent it recurring.

Ten tips on back care

Male fertility: your questions answered

22 September 2017

There are two main ways that men experience infertility. This is either through a blockage or through a problem with sperm production. When a couple is having problems conceiving, the focus is often on the female, yet the man’s fertility may contribute to over 40% of these cases.

Male fertility: your questions answered
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