orthopaedics

Experiences in the Area of Skiing

Nov 19, 2020

Simon Moyes Shares His Experiences in the Area of Skiing

Meet Simon Moyes, Orthopaedic Surgeon to the stars, with a busy private clinic in London. He has treated some of the biggest names in film,…

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foot and ankle injuries

The Most Common Types of Ankle Fractures

Millions of people break their ankles every year, but not all ankle fractures are the same. They range from small, hairline fractures to complex breaks…

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Elbow Pain

Golfer’s Elbow: Symptoms, Causes and Treatments

While it is common in golfers, due to the repeated action of the golf swing, it can occur as a result of any activity that…

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Bare Feet of a Girl Tired of Uncomfortable Shoes

Hallux Rigidus (Arthritis in Toes) – Treatment & Surgery

Pain and stiffness at the base of your big toe is often caused by a condition called hallux rigidus. An injury to your big toe…

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rugby injuries

Increase in Rugby Injuries Forcing Players into Early Retirement

Rugby is a fast-moving and high intensity team sport that has the highest risk per player/hour of injury of all sports. As many as one…

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arthritis

Yoga Practice as a Natural Remedy in the Management of...

Yoga is very effective in maintaining healthy bones and joints and it helps improve symptoms such as stiffness. It makes you more relaxed and can…

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health risks

High Heels and Other Hidden Health Risks in Your Wardrobe

High heels, flip flops, heavy handbags and statement necklaces can be staple items in a woman’s stylish wardrobe, but they are causing damaging health problems…

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whiplash

Get the Facts on Whiplash

The number of cases of whiplash is rising steadily, causing it to be the most common non-lethal injury suffered by victims of car crashes. As…

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mortons neuroma

What is Morton’s Neuroma?

Morton’s Neuroma is a condition which affects the nerves in the foot that run between the metatarsal heads. Although the exact cause is unknown, it…

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