If you have hip pain that simply won’t go away, femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is one possible cause. In this article we interviewed leading consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon Mr Nick de Roeck to find out what causes FAI, how it can be diagnosed and how it is treated.
Wonder what happens to the shape of the vagina following childbirth? One of our top gynaecologists Dr Fakher Gendy explains how the vagina does not return to its initial position after labour, but how vaginal rejuvenation can help solve any problems faced in the intimate area.
Having knee replacement surgery is a really big decision to make. One of our expert orthopaedic surgeons Mr Paul Trikha explains that it is not always necessary and non-operative treatments should be exhausted first before opting to go under the knife.
Teeth whitening is now on offer in most dental and orthodontic practices. In this article, leading specialist in orthodontics Dr Asif Chatoo explains why it has become so popular and why the professional route is always the best option.
Hand and wrist problems are very common. But what kind of problems need surgery to fix them? We spoke to leading consultant plastic and hand surgeon, Mr Frederik Schreuder.
Removing the gallbladder – one of your body’s organs – sounds like a serious undertaking, but in fact it is a commonly performed procedure that is extremely safe in the right hands. We spoke to leading consultant general surgeon Mr Zaed Hamady to find out how gallbladder removal surgery works, how long it takes to recover from the procedure, and whether there are any risks or side effects involved.
High cholesterol can affect the blood supply to the kidneys, which may result in loss of their function. One of our top nephrologists Dr Christoper Lawrence explains more and also whether any damage made to the kidneys is reversible.
Helicobacter pylori are strange bacteria that live in the stomach that can lead to gastritis and inflammation. Most people do not realise that they have the condition, which can go on for years. We've asked consultant gastroenterologist Dr Aathavan Loganayagam to explain what happens if the condition is left undiagnosed and whether it can be treated.
Gilmore’s Groin, sports hernia and pubic inguinal pain syndrome are all terms used to describe injuries that involve the muscle, tendon and ligaments that make up the area that anchors the pubic bone and the lower part of the abdomen that connects with the groin. It’s a common cause of groin and adductor pain in athletes. Orthopaedic surgeon Mr Rishi Chana tells us more about sports hernia and what it feels like.