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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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Snow Sport Injury Clinic

Worried about your skiing or snowboarding injury?   Don’t leave it to chance. If you sustained a skiing or snowboarding injury, you were likely seen by local doctors before returning home. However,...

Date: 25/01/2017
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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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Hip Impingement Q&A with Mr Gorav Datta

Q: What is Hip Impingement? Hip impingement (the technical term is Femoro-Acetabular Impingement or FAI) is caused when excess bone around the hip joint ‘impinges’ or ‘catches’ and causes pain....

Date: 24/05/2016
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Spinal Surgery Q&A with Mr Bob Chatterjee

Q: I don’t want surgery, should I come and see you? My aim is always to try to avoid surgery where possible. The reason to see a specialist is to make sure we have the right diagnosis, often using an MRI scan,...

Date: 24/05/2016
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Peyronie’s Disease: Q&A with Mr Giulio Garaffa

Q: What is Peyronie’s Disease? Peyronie’s Disease is an acquired condition characterized by the formation of scars in the tunica of the penis. These scars can be easily palpated as a lump and tend to be...

Date: 24/05/2016
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What Are Varicose Veins?: Q&A with Mr Paul Flora

Q: What are varicose veins? Varicose veins are superficial veins (just under the skin) that have become twisted and dilated because the one-way valves in them are no longer working. Therefore, the blood is able to...

Date: 24/05/2016
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