Following the lifting of restrictions by the Government, we would like to reassure all our patients that the way we interact with you will not be changing. All staff and consultants will continue to wear face coverings and maintain social distancing, and we require our patients and visitors to do the same, so that we are all protected.

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Common sports shoulder injuries

Mr Anestis Iossifidis, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in shoulder surgery | 24/08/21

Almost a third of shoulder injuries occur during sports. Common sporting injuries include; Acromio-clavicular joint (ACJ) injuries, shoulder joint dislocations, rotator cuff injuries, Labral tears, biceps tendon tears, bursitis and fractures.


Dupuytren's contracture

Mr Ravi Mallina, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in hand and wrist conditions | 20/07/21

Dupuytren's contracture is a disorder of the hand caused by the thickening of a layer of tissue called the fibrous tissue located immediately beneath the skin.


torn shoulder ligament

Mr Jae Rhee, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, who specialises in shoulder and upper limb disorders | 9/06/21

A torn shoulder ligament can cause pain (which usually settle six weeks after an acute injury), and shoulder instability. You may feel your shoulder ‘popping out’ with certain movements.


What happens if I ignore a hernia

12/05/21

If you ignore a hernia and it grows and worsens, then you are at greater risk of complications which can be life threatening. Hernias are quite common and relatively straightforward to fix.


Carpal Tunnel Pain Relief at Night

16/03/21

Carpal Tunnel tends to be more problematic at night time due to wrist placement in certain sleeping positions. Find out more about how you can gain relief.