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Nip and tuck is on the increase

19 June 2018

As cosmetic surgery procedures continue to increase in popularity, tummy tucks (abdominoplasty) are still one of the top five choices for surgery. Cosmetic Surgeon, Mrs Effie Katerinaki, answers your questions on having a tummy tuck.

Nip and tuck is on the increase

Mapping the way forward for prostate cancer diagnosis

13 June 2018

Accurate cancer diagnosis is key to getting a patient on the right track for treatment. Whilst there are several methods for diagnosing prostate cancer, template prostate mapping biopsy is considered by many urologists as one of the best way to successfully diagnose prostate cancer.

Mapping the way forward for prostate cancer diagnosis

Get it off your chest – how men are dealing with ‘man boobs’

06 June 2018

Summer holidays are approaching but how many of us men are not looking forward to days on the beach as much as we did in our youth? According to Consultant Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon JJ Staiano, our biggest hang up when it comes to stripping off our tee shirts is the fact that we seem to have suddenly developed ‘man boobs’! Here Mr Staiano looks at what causes gynaecomastia (man boobs) and how they can be treated.

Get it off your chest – how men are dealing with ‘man boobs’

Don’t let osteoarthritis become your golf handicap

04 June 2018

Our hobbies and pastimes play a major part in our life – helping to keep our bodies fit and our minds active. Trevor Lawrence, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Spire Parkway Hospital in Solihull, Birmingham West Midlands, is a keen golfer who says that there are options for people suffering with osteoarthritis that can help them stay out on the fairways.

Don’t let osteoarthritis become your golf handicap

There’s no need to live in the shadows of cataracts

01 June 2018

Cataract Awareness Month runs throughout June. Cataracts are the world’s leading cause of blindness and surgery to remove them is the most regularly performed operation in the UK. Mr Amit Patel, a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon explains the symptoms of the condition and how it can be treated.

There’s no need to live in the shadows of cataracts

Breathe easy – you can keep asthma and hay fever at bay

10 May 2018

Summer should be a time for outdoor fun in the sun – but for parents of youngsters suffering from asthma or hay fever it can also be a time for concern. The symptoms of hay fever can be unpleasant enough but can hay fever actually trigger an asthma attack and what can parents do to protect their children without restricting their time in the open air. Dr Kishore Tewary, a Paediatric Consultant at Spire Parkway Hospital, answers some often-asked questions on the subject.

Breathe easy – you can keep asthma and hay fever at bay
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