Contact
View
Displaying 10 of 69 results
Displaying 10 of 69 results

How can i reduce my risk of developing breast cancer

12 January 2018

This is a very common question in the Breast Clinic. Quite understandably, many women are keen to understand what choices they can make that may influence their risk of developing breast cancer. Although the question seems straightforward, as is often the case in life, the answer is more complicated.

How can i reduce my risk of developing breast cancer

Postnatal pilates at Spire Manchester Hospital

15 December 2017

Are you a new mum ready to return to exercise safely or have you recently had a baby and are wondering where to begin restoring your strength? The Physiotherapy team at Spire Manchester Hospital is proud to offer a comprehensive post-natal Pilates Service.

Postnatal pilates at Spire Manchester Hospital

Pilates for runners at Spire Manchester Hospital

15 December 2017

Are you fed up of suffering with repetitive running injuries or are you keen to add strengthening exercises to your training to improve your running performance? The Physiotherapy team at Spire Manchester has the answer….

Pilates for runners at Spire Manchester Hospital

Your guide to party footwear

27 November 2017

It’s the year when party season is in full swing and high heels are out in force. As a female foot and ankle surgeon I appreciate the attraction of wearing glamorous footwear for the Christmas party, however I see regularly see the damage to the foot that may result. Here is my guide to what to look out for and how to protect your feet.

Your guide to party footwear

"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?
Displaying 10 of 69 results
Displaying 10 of 69 results