An Achilles Tendon Rupture is a common, usually spontaneous rupture in the Achilles Tendon, often observed in people aged between 24-45 years. In most cases, the rupture occurs between 3-6 cm above where the tendon meets the heel bone.
CPAP is a form of treatment that uses continuous positive airway pressure to keep your airways stented open whilst you sleep, which is particularly useful for those diagnosed with sleep apnoea.
Desensitisation (immunotherapy) is the only treatment that can change the natural history of allergy to pollen, house dust mites, pets and venom.
Smoothing lines and wrinkles may be important to reduce the evidence of photo damage to the face. These changes tend to occur due to increasing age and increasing exposure to UV radiation.
Spinal manipulation is a common intervention that applies force to spinal joints to help treat patients for low back pain.
A subacromial decompression (SAD) is an operation on the shoulder that treats a condition called shoulder impingement.
Superior Canal Dehiscence Syndrome (SCDS) causes problems with hearing and balance. It is caused by an abnormal opening between the upper part of the inner ear and the brain.
Tap water Iontophoresis is a drug free treatment for hyperhidrosis of the hands and feet. It involves passing a small electrical current into skin that is immersed in a tray of water.
Tympanomastoidectomy, sometimes referred to as combined approach tympanoplasty, is a surgery undertaken for chronic middle ear disease and most commonly for a condition called cholesteatoma.
Tympanoplasty surgery is the term used for an operation where any part of the eardrum and space behind the eardrum is reconstructed or repaired. This operation is performed to either repair a hole in the ear drum or strengthen a part of the ear drum that is weakened and leading to risk to the bones of hearing
There are multiple factors when it comes to feminisation of the voice: intonation, resonance, vocal quality, and articulation are just the beginning. Find out more here.