Professor Sunil Shah, a leading ophthalmologist, explains what lens replacement surgery is and how it is carried out.
From sprains and strains to bunions and breaks, a foot and ankle specialist is a type of orthopaedic surgeon, who, while dealing primarily with one part of the body, will treat a wide variety of physical problems. In this interview, expert and Top Doctor Mr Rohit Madhav explains what it means to be a foot and ankle specialist.
If your heart rate is low, and if you have low energy or mental fogginess that you’ve assumed is due to ageing, you might want to get a cardiac evaluation and sooner than later. Dr Amarjit Sethi explains how pacemakers work...
Mr Charles Imber, a top surgeon and liver surgery expert, explains what benign liver tumours are and when they might require treatment.
Mr Ali Alhamdani, respected surgeon and Top Doctor, was recently invited to speak at the first International Bariatric Club World Congress held at Oxford University this year, where he shared his expertise in treating diabetes in obese patients. We caught up with Mr Alhamdani to ask him about his experience.
Hypertension is very common in our society. By the age of 60 half of our population has high blood pressure. It’s important to keep a check on your current blood pressure level because it can change with time. Leading cardiologist Professor Jamil Mayet explains...
Hand pain at night and difficulty with gripping things could be an indication of carpal tunnel syndrome, a nerve condition which affects 7-16% of people in the UK. Ms Anna Moon, leading othopaedic surgeon, explains how carpal tunnel syndrome is diagnosed and how it can be treated.