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Macular degeneration, often also referred to as age related macular degeneration, is a long term disease of the macular. The macular is the small, central part of the retina at the back of the eye that’s responsible for the clear, central vision in your direct line of sight. read more about What is macular degeneration and how is it best treated?
Getting a prostate cancer diagnosis can be a frightening experience but minimally-invasive treatments such as Nanoknife offer hope of rapid recovery and continued quality of life read more about Expert interview: NanoKnife with Mark Emberton
Do you experience persistent acid reflux? Have conventional treatments such as medications failed to help, or even worsened your symptoms? LINX surgery may be the option for you. read more about Acid reflux surgery: why choose LINX?
More and more of us are enjoying the benefits and freedom of running outside, especially since the coronavirus pandemic has meant that many of us have been spending more time outdoors. Running is free, requires no equipment, can be done anywhere, at any time and is a great way to burn calories, manage your weight and get fit. read more about The beginner’s guide to running
Watching his golf shot sail into the distance is no longer a fleeting view for Lord David Stevens whose sight has been enhanced by procedures at King Edward VII’s Hospital. read more about Patient stories: Bringing vision up to par
Minimally invasive foot surgery is a type of surgery that can be used to treat various different foot problems read more about Is minimally invasive foot surgery right for you?
If you’ve been diagnosed with type 2 diabetes or high blood pressure and are obese, you may be recommended weight loss surgery (known as ‘bariatric surgery’). read more about Weight Loss Surgery: What are your options?
Bowel cancer is one of the most commonly diagnosed cancers in the UK. Most people that are diagnosed are aged 60 or over, but younger people can still develop the disease. read more about Saving lives: detecting bowel cancer early with FIT testing
2 million people in the UK are living with sight loss, and a recent report suggested that for half of them, it was avoidable. read more about Protecting your eye health: top tips and common eye problems
In this guide, consultant Ophthalmologist Mr Mark Wilkins shares his advice on recovery after cataract surgery. read more about Cataract Surgery: Tips to minimise recovery time