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What's an arthroscopy?

26 October 2019

Debbie Thorpe of Spire Norwich Hospital catches up with Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr David Calder to discuss knee arthroscopy, a common procedure to help diagnose and treat a range of knee complaints.

Breast cancer awareness month

12 October 2019

You may have noticed lots of things around you suddenly taking on a pink hue – that’s because October 2019 is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here at Spire Norwich Hospital we’ll be doing our bit to help raise awareness too. Shahnaz Fraser of Spire Norwich Hospital talks to Mr Simon Pain Consultant General Surgeon and breast care specialist about the symptoms, treatment and advances in reconstructive surgery following breast cancer.

Time for a change? Cosmetic surgery

21 September 2019

An ever increasing number of people are trying cosmetic surgery. While this may seem a bit extreme, you may (or may not) be surprised to learn that global research organisation Mintel found that 31% of 25-34 year olds have had some form of cosmetic treatment. Shahnaz Fraser of Spire Norwich Hospital speaks to Consultant Plastic Surgeon, Mr Guido Köhler to find out more about cosmetic surgery.

Urology Awareness Month

14 September 2019

September 2019 is Urology Awareness Month so Shahnaz Fraser of Spire Norwich Hospital discusses Pelvic Health conditions, and the important role of pelvic floor muscles with Specialist Physiotherapist Emma Gampell.

Got to Go? Urology Awareness Month

07 September 2019

September is Urology Awareness Month. Organised by The Urology Foundation, their aim is to raise awareness of urological conditions. Affecting men and women alike, it is estimated that half of us will be have a urological condition in our lifetime.

Insomnia

31 August 2019

Helen Harper of Spire Norwich Hospital discusses insomnia with Clinical Psychologist Annie Beresford.

Sorry, can you repeat that?

10 August 2019

Are your friends and family complaining of having to repeat themselves, or that you have the TV turned up too loud? A loss or reduction of hearing can be caused by a number of different reasons. Shahnaz Fraser of Spire Norwich Hospital looks into the causes of hearing loss and the problems associated with it, with Consultant Ear, Nose and Throat Surgeon, Mr John Phillips.

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