It is essential to have regular heart check-ups, especially if there is a history of heart conditions or sudden death syndrome in your family. Here one of our expert cardiologists Dr Sabiha Gati explains the commonest types of inherited heart diseases and what you can expect from a cardiac medical screening.
We recently spoke with a leading orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Seb Sturridge, to discuss when it's appropriate to have a hip replacement surgery. We found out how often hip replacements are needed due to sports-related injuries. Find out everything you need to know if you're younger than 50 and you're considering this procedure.
Consultant orthopaedic surgeon Mr Ali Noorani shares with us the commonest sports injuries of the upper limb and elbow that he treats in his London clinic, including how long they might take to heal. Read more on tennis elbow, rotator cuff tears and shoulder dislocations here!
Orthopaedic specialist Mr Neil Jain explains the types of surgery for sport-related injuries and the non-surgical alternatives to help you understand your options.
Uterine fibroids are a common concern in women of fertile age. They can cause multiple bleeding and pain-related symptoms as well as harm different aspects of a woman’s life. Mr Mahantesh Karoshi provides a guide to help you decide if the surgical removal of fibroids is right for you.
Learn from Mr Henry Willmott about how ankle arthritis is diagnosed and treated, and if surgery might be beneficial for getting you moving without pain again.
Hand and wrist specialist Mr Andrew Logan explains COVID-19's impact on elective hand surgery, as well as what to do if you injure your hand and/or wrist during the pandemic.
Getting enough sleep optimises your metabolism and makes you maximally prepared in case you get sick. However, it prevents not only physical but psychological problems too, which increased during the pandemic COVID-19. If you find that you can't sleep and are stuck in an insomnia cycle, Dr Catherine Sykes explains in this article what you can do to break it and get your life back on track.
Mr Rohit Madhav explains how dancers can recover from ankle sprains in a way that minimises time away from dancing, but that also doesn’t compromise a full recovery. He also clarifies what can be done to minimise the risk of future ankle injuries.