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180-degree turnaround for darts player after sciatica surgery

David Cheal, a keen darts player with severe symptoms of sciatica that were so bad, found himself struggling with everyday tasks such as boiling the kettle - while his passion for the sport was understandably dampened. Read how esteemed consultant neurosurgeon Mr Iqroop Chopra played a significant part in bringing Mr Cheal back to full health, so much so that he went on to become a darts champion on the international stage.

Discovering what therapy can offer you

It's good news that a positive outlook to mental health is becoming part of the wider consciousness, encouraging those wanting to make therapy a priority. However, especially if people have never utilised it before, they may have questions about what therapy involves. Dr Nicky Kimber-Rogal, a top chartered psychologist and psychotherapist, provides Top Doctors with an expert guide to what may be involved, particularly regarding workplace issues, couples counselling and mental health issues. Read on to find out more.

Should my child be doing eye exercises?

In our day-to-day activities, our eyes have to work so we can see. Sometimes, there is a problem or a weakness in our eye muscles and this can cause vision problems, even in children. In this article, consultant ophthalmologist and eye expert Dr Annegret Dahlmann-Noor has explained what eye muscle weaknesses cause difficulty seeing something close-up for children and what parents can do to help.

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