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Mr Bob Chatterjee to present at flagship Spinal Symposium

Mr Bob Chatterjee, Consultant Spinal Surgeon at Total Orthopaedics, will be presenting at the Spinal Symposium on 29 February at The Royal Society of Medicine.

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Another cause of hip and knee pain – what you need to know about Bone Marrow Oedema

Bone Marrow Oedema is the result of a build-up of fluid inside the bone and can be due to injury or arthritis.

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Mr Simon Mellor featured in national newspaper for muscle-sparing hip replacement technique

For years, Mr Simon Mellor has been performing a hip replacement technique known medically as the Anterior Approach.

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Steps you can take now to prepare for your skiing holiday

If you are planning a skiing holiday this winter, you may be looking at ways to prepare for the slopes.

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The Trouble with Shoulder Pain…

Shoulder pain can be a real pain! This is true if you suffer from it or are trying to fathom what’s causing it. Sometimes what seems obvious is not the real root cause of the pain.

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Mr Rajiv Bajekal receives Trainer of the Year award

We are delighted to announce that Mr Rajiv Bajekal has been named Trainer of the Year from the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH).

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Mr Dimitrios Tsekes is appointed new position to lead research and training

Mr Tsekes has been appointed as the Unit Training Director and Research Lead at his NHS Foundation Trust.

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Jessica’s journey to recovery

Jessica, a Humanitarian Manager, was struggling with a bulging disk that was putting pressure on her spine and causing a lot of pain and discomfort.

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Husband and wife find new lease of life after hip replacements

Desmond and Francine had active lifestyles but were finding their level of activity threatened by stiffness and pain in their knees and hips.

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