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6 tips to keep in mind the day before a marathon

You have trained day in and day out for months, put in the time and pounded the pavement – now it is finally time to show what you have on race day!  Don’t let simple mistakes trample your big day…below...

Date: 21/04/2017
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Varicose Vein Treatment - Special Offer

Love your legs again! Fed up with unsightly veins but worried about the cost of going private? Paying for treatment may cost less than you think. At Highgate Private Hospital we work with London’s...

Date: 13/03/2017
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Hernia Repair - Special Offer

Don’t leave your health to chance. Live for it! Hernias come in many different types with varying symptoms. Left untreated, hernias will not repair on their own and require surgical intervention to treat...

Date: 13/03/2017
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FAQ on Tonsillectomy with Mr Paul Stimpson

Q: Am I suffering from tonsillitis? Tonsillitis causes sore throat and is associated with high temperature and pain when swallowing. You may also have ear ache, bad breath and notice white patches on the tonsils if...

Date: 03/03/2017
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Hip Arthroscopy Explained

If you have a hip problem, then Hip Arthroscopy may be a great way of identifying what is causing the pain without the need for complex surgery. It is used to take a closer look inside your joints, such as your knee...

Date: 01/02/2017
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Recruitment Open Day - 22 January 2017

New Year, New Career? Highgate Private Hospital is hosting a recruitment open day for clinical & non-clinical staff.  When: Sunday 22nd January 2017 Time: 10am-4pm We are particularly keen...

Date: 23/12/2016
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Stem Cell Therapy: Q&A with Mr Gorav Datta

What are stem cells? Stem cells have the ability to form various structures such as bone, cartilage and other tissues. Adult stem cells (MSCs) have the ability to repair and regenerate tissues more effectively. Stem...

Date: 13/12/2016
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Faster, Stronger and...Older!

There has never been a more exciting time in medicine for sports professionals and enthusiasts, say leading fitness and medical experts As the UK’s population are living longer than our predecessors 100...

Date: 12/12/2016
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Management of Acid Reflux: Q&A with Dr Deepak Suri

Q: What are the symptoms of acid reflux and how is it diagnosed? The main symptom is heartburn (a rising, burning feeling behind the chest). It can vary with posture and is often worse after eating large, fatty, or...

Date: 20/10/2016
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ACL Rupture: Q&A with Mr Panos Thomas

Q: Do I need surgery? Surgery is recommended to the following patient groups: Performing on a regular basis a sport involving twisting and cutting such as football, rugby, hockey, tennis, squash Younger patients...

Date: 16/10/2016
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Why Did You Go Private?

Click here to share your experience Demos is carrying out research on behalf of Aspen Healthcare, examining why people use private healthcare and their experiences of doing so. Demos is Britain's leading cross-party...

Date: 05/08/2016
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Bunion Surgery: Q&A with Mr Pinak Ray

Q: What is a Bunion? A bunion is a bump on the inside of the foot, at the base of the big toe - bunions are mostly caused by deformity of the big toe joint. Anyone can get a bunion, but they are more common in women....

Date: 26/05/2016
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