In cases of small kidney stones, you may not even notice that you have them as they pass when during your trip to the toilet. Large kidney stones, however, may leave you in noticeable pain! Read more from our top urologist Mr Aza Mohammed on what to expect with kidney stone pain and what happens if it goes untreated.
Barrett's oesophagus often presents with acid reflux and may leave you with ongoing symptoms of heartburn. But it is very important that the condition is diagnosed and monitored. Here, leading London gastroenterologist Dr Aathavan Loganayagam explains why.
For those with a torn ACL who want to return to their sporting activity, they may want to discuss ACL reconstruction as an option to be able to do this. Top orthopaedic surgeon Mr Winston Kim explains the steps to the procedure, from preparation to rehabilitation.
Are you a regular runner and notice pain and inflammation in your heel? It may be Achilles tendon! Read more from our consultant orthopaedic surgeon Mr Abhijit Guha on the possible causes of Achilles tendinopathy and what the condition feels like.
Coronary bypass surgery has traditionally been a major procedure that involves breaking the breastbone to open the chest and reach the heart. However, minimally invasive approaches can now lower the risks and reduce the recovery time of these operations. Mr Inderpaul Birdi is here to explain the minimally invasive direct coronary artery bypass (MIDCAB).
Non-surgical facial rejuvenation is becoming increasingly popular, with radiofrequency treatment being one of the many new treatment options on offer. But does it really work, and are there any disadvantages? In this article we interviewed leading plastic surgeon Mr Nizar Hamadeh to find out what radiofrequency can be used for and who is most suitable.
If you find a lump in your testicles, it can be a serious cause for concern. Luckily, the most common cause of a lump is a benign condition called epididymal cyst. We spoke to leading urologist Mr Aza Mohammed to find out what an epididymal cyst feels like and whether it needs treatment.
As a parent, you may wonder when and why your child may need a trip to see the paediatric dentist. We've asked one of our expert dentists Dr Jay Padayachy to explain how paediatric dentists differ from general and his approach to treating kids.
Thrombophlebitis is a condition where veins, normally in the lower half of the body become inflamed due to the presence of a blood clot or clots. Professor Mark Whiteley talks about the treatment that is required for thrombophlebitis and what symptoms we should be seeking emergency treatment for.
A broken hip is a very common injury in the UK, with more than 75,000 patients suffering from a broken hip every year. A broken hip is a term used to describe a fractured thigh bone (neck of the femur). Mr Nick de Roeck speaks more about who’s at a greater risk of a hip fracture and the course of action taken once a person breaks their hip.