Bones and joints
From the tip of your toes to the top of your head, we offer a range of bone and joint information and services to guide you through recovery and support you to live the life you love.
If you are struggling with joint pain, swimming is a great form of exercise that has low impact on these pain points. Knee replacements and hip replacements can return freedom and movement lost through degradation of your joints. A good physiotherapy program is essential after these operations to help restore mobility quickly and comfortably.
Many of us can spend 40 hours or more every week working at a computer, whether at the office or at home. The long term effects of sitting for so long can be detrimental to your posture (and your health in general).
Jeremy Latham, Specialist Hip Surgeon, answers some common questions about hip replacement. He explains how to recognise when you need to see a doctor, and how hip replacement recovery feels after surgery, should you need it.
Bunions can be painful and their appearance embarrassing. Occasionally bunions can lead to more serious problems. Here's how to live with, and when to get rid of, your bunions.
MRI scans are among the safest medical procedures available yet some patients dread the experience. Here's our top tips for how to stay calm and get your scan.
Is a bad knee getting in the way of the things you love? Mr Peter Gallacher, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Nuffield Health Shrewsbury Hospital, reveals four signs you may need a new one.