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Keep Your Head in the Game: What You Need to Know About ACL Injuries

An Interview with Professor Paul Lee for Doctify
ACL reconstruction is a common repair for athletes of all abilities. Surgeons are always upping their game when it comes to technique, meaning patients can keep getting the win!

Prof. Paul

  • Computer Navigated Hip and Knee Replacement

Our Guide to Computer Navigated Hip and Knee Replacement

Written by Mr Reza Jenabzadeh for Doctify
Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr Reza Jenabzadeh provides us with a complete guide of to what to expect from computer navigated hip and knee replacement.
What is computer navigated joint replacement?

The concept of

  • hiit classes

HIIT Classes: The Benefits and Hidden Dangers

Written by Mr Amit Amin for Doctify
Barrecore, Barry’s Boot Camp, Soul Cycle, Frame – the list of trendy exercise classes on offer in London these days is seemingly endless. Among this myriad of Instagrammable fitness fads

  • hip replacement surgery

How Robots can Help with your Hip Replacement Surgery

Written by Mr Arjuna Imbuldeniya for Doctify
Robots carrying out hip replacements sounds like something out of Blade Runner. However, don’t expect solo cyborg surgeries anytime soon. Here to explain more about the role robots now

  • frozen shoulder

How to tell if you are Suffering from a Frozen Shoulder

Written by Mr Nicholas Ferran for Doctify
Ever wondered exactly what a Frozen Shoulder is? Here to enlighten us is Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Nicholas Ferran.
What is Frozen Shoulder?
Frozen shoulder is a common condition that results in

  • arthritis

Can Young People Suffer from Arthritis?

Written by Mr Fahad Attar for Doctify
Arthritis is a condition that is often associated with age, however this is not always the case. Arthritis can also affect younger people, especially if they have sustained an

  • toe deformities

Foot Facts: How Toe Deformities can be Recognised and Treated

Written by Mr Neal Jacobs for Doctify
They may be some of the smallest appendages we have but that doesn’t mean they can’t affect our wellbeing. Toe deformities like bunions or hammer toes can be debilitating, which

  • acl

Sports and Exercise: How to Recognise and Treat an ACL Injury

Written by Mr Jonathan Bird for Doctify
Its a brand new year and for many January means eschewing bad habits and taking up better ones. This may mean increasing exercise and taking up new sports –

  • rugby injuries

The Most Common Rugby Injuries and How to Treat Them

Written by Mr Charles Willis-Owen for Doctify
As any rugby fans will know, the game can be brutal and the pain can last. Half the fun of watching is the physical clashes between the players; intense scrums,

  • carpal tunnel

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and How Do you Treat It?

Written by Mr Lehel Balint for Doctify
You’ve probably heard of this syndrome. Carpal tunnel is relatively common and can cause sufferers a great deal of pain. Many people put theirs down to repetitive movements but