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News March 6, 2019

How does endometriosis affect fertility?

Endometriosis is a common gynaecological condition thought to affect around 1 in 10 women in the UK. It can affect women at any age but it’s most common in women in their 30s or 40s. The symptoms of endometriosis range in severity and some patients experience no symptoms. There are a number of treatment options…

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News February 28, 2019

Injured on my ski holiday: what are my next steps?

If you’ve returned from a skiing holiday with an injury that’s causing you discomfort, you’re probably considering what you should do next. Dr Ade Adejuwon, Consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine, explains the best ways to look after yourself if you’ve returned from the slopes with an injury.

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News February 20, 2019

Long distance running training: how to avoid injury

The physical demands that long distance running places on the body can result in anything from annoying, persistent aches, to runner’s knee, and shin splints. Consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine, Dr Mike Loosemore, advises how you can prepare your body and best avoid injury before your next marathon.

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News January 29, 2019

Dr Ruth Whitby to join King Edward VII’s Hospital

King Edward VII’s Hospital and Cleveland Clinic London are developing a partnership, building on their shared values and commitment to patient centered care. As part of this partnership, we are pleased to announce that leading independent GP Dr Ruth Whitby is relocating to King Edward VII’s Hospital.

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