Updated: Tuesday 7 January 2020

The 16-year-old isn’t taking the life-limiting condition lying down. She’s fighting her CF with a fitness programme designed to improve her quality of life.

Updated: Friday 7 December 2018

Medical technology is moving fast. Here's everything you need to know about robotic arm assisted surgeries and how they can benefit you.

Updated: Thursday 14 September 2017

In this month's podcast we talk to the wonderful company Andiamo who are trailblazing the 3D printing of orthotic supports for children in the UK (and have set themselves the goal of delivering a medically effective orthosis within 1 week of a person’s need globally).

Updated: Thursday 15 June 2017

The Wattbike is known as the indoor bike that feels most like a road bike and is used by professional athletes around the world in their training. Here we discover what makes it different to any other static bike?

Updated: Tuesday 7 February 2017

Having a CT or MRI scan can be a little intimidating. That's why our Manchester Diagnostic Suite has installed ambient technology to help put control back into the hands of the patient. Experience it for yourself here.

Updated: Friday 7 October 2016

The invention of the Oxford Knee revolutionised orthopaedic surgery. This short documentary charts the innovations of the last 40 years that have made it one of the most successful and widely used partial knee replacements in the world.

Updated: Monday 26 September 2016

We are proud to introduce the Tech Health podcast, focusing on the point where technology meets your health.

Updated: Monday 26 September 2016

For episode #2 of the Tech Health podcast we talk to Matthew Stoudt from AppliedVR about using virtual reality to manage pain. And we discuss how Pokémon Go could be getting the nation fitter.

Updated: Monday 26 September 2016

For episode #4 of the Tech Health podcast we talk to Patrick Lerou, Senior Business Development Manager EMEA at Philips Healthcare Experience Solutions about how Philips are using ambient technology to keep people calm during scans.