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Five things you need to know about ‘frozen shoulder’

‘Frozen shoulder’ is a debilitating condition where your shoulder becomes painful and stiff. But how does this condition come about and what can be done to treat it? What are the tell-tale signs that you may have frozen shoulder? And what else do you need to know about this little-known condition? Dr James Sarkodieh, Consultant Radiologist at The Holly Private Hospital, takes a closer look.
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5 things you need to know about having a knee replacement

Total knee replacement is now a common procedure with a high success rate that can relieve arthritis pain and help people to walk easier. But what do you need to know if you are considering the procedure? Mr Mandeep Lamba, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at The Holly Private Hospital explains.
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Exercising post-pandemic: the benefits of restarting physical activity

Current national guidelines recommend 20-30 minutes of moderate exercise such as brisk walking or swimming 5 times a week. But how does this level of activity benefit your health? Dr Simon Donnelly, Consultant Rheumatologist and Sports Physician at The Holly Private Hospital, sets out the benefits.
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Rectal bleeding (bleeding from the bottom)

Rectal bleeding is the passage of blood from the bottom. Most rectal bleeding is not a cause for concern. In some cases, however, the rectal bleeding can be heavy, troublesome or linked to a more serious condition such as bowel cancer. We answer your frequently asked questions about rectal bleeding.