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How Lifestyle Medicine improved my health…

Mr Rajiv Bajekal discusses how lifestyle medicine improved his health.

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What You Need to Know About Rotator Cuff Tears

Dimitris Tsekes discusses rotator cuff tears and what you need to know about them.

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Mr Simon Mellor is featured in the Jewish Chronicle

Mr Simon Mellor, Consultant Hip and Knee Surgeon at Total Orthopaedics, was recently featured in the Jewish Chronicle.

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Most Common Hip & Knee Injuries When Training for the Marathon

If you are training for a marathon this spring, you are likely to be ramping up your distance over the coming weeks. Along with that increase in distance, you may start to experience some pain and could be unsure if you need to get it checked out.

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Total Orthopaedics Consultant Awarded New Post at The Royal Free Hospital

Mr Simon Mellor of Total Orthopaedics has recently been appointed as the clinical lead for the Hip and Knee Unit of The Royal Free Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

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Total Orthopaedics consultants to deliver dedicated sports injuries event

On Saturday 2 February 2019, 7 consultants from Total Orthopaedics will be presenting at an all-day education event at Mercure Hatfield Oak Hotel – Total Sports Injuries: Managing the Whole Patient.

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What is Frozen Shoulder?

Frozen shoulder is a term often used for any painful condition of the shoulder. In reality, it is a very definite and specific condition about which we know a great deal, but there are still many mysteries.

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What are the most common injuries from skiing?

Injuries from skiing are varied and can come from repetitive movements, sudden twisting, accidents, falls, collisions, poor support or improper technique. While the most common injuries involve the knee, other areas throughout the body and also experience pain and injury.

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What you need to know about bunions by Mr Pinak Ray

One of the most common foot problems I see in my clinics is bunions. Unfortunately, bunions cannot fully be prevented but you can take some simple steps to stop them from getting worse.

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What you need to know about osteoarthritis of the knee

Osteoarthritis is often referred to as ‘wear-and-tear arthritis’ as it arises when cartilage wears away. Cartilage is the natural cushioning structure that is found between the bones of a joint. Its role is to stop bones rubbing together by acting as a shock-absorber.

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ICYMI: Mr Rajiv Bajekal discusses how lifestyle medicine improved his health.