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MRI vs Ultrasound

MRI or Ultrasound? Key uses and differences

Posted on Thu Dec 13, 2018

When it comes to musculoskeletal imaging, is MRI or ultrasound more effective?

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Cold weather pain

Cold weather and pain: are the two linked?

Posted on Thu Jan 31, 2019

For many people pain can flare up in the cold of winter. (more…)

Pain in buttocks

There is nothing like a persistent pain in the buttock to get to the bottom of!

Posted on Mon Jan 28, 2019

Dr Keith Bush talks us through what these symptoms may reveal, and how to manage them.

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Back pain and sciatica

Back pain: treating disc prolapse and sciatica

Posted on Mon Dec 17, 2018

Back pain with or without radiation to the legs, the so-called sciatica, is amongst the top three reasons why patients seek medical attention.

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How do I get a private MRI scan?

How do I get a private MRI scan?

Posted on Mon Jan 28, 2019

I need a private MRI scan; how do I get one?

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Running Injuries Of The Knee

Running injuries of the knee: what’s significant, when to investigate and how to treat

Posted on Wed Apr 24, 2019

Knees put up with a huge amount of strain during most types of activity. So what are the most effective treatments when running injuries occur?

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Rugby injuries

Crouch, bind, set: rugby injuries and how to treat them

Posted on Mon Jan 28, 2019

Dan Watson, Head of Medical at London Broncos Rugby League, talks to us to give his preferred treatment pathways for rugby injuries, as well as advice on how to prevent them.

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Brain MRI

A growing use for MRI in mental health

Posted on Tue Mar 26, 2019

Performing an MRI scan of the brain is a useful diagnosis method for many clinical specialties. But what about mental health?

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Bunions

The new, minimally invasive bunion surgery

Posted on Tue Mar 12, 2019

Most people know their onions. Kumar Kunasingam, Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, knows his bunions.

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