nStride Treatment

nSTRIDE® aps treatment

Coriel Orthopaedic Group are the only centre to offer this treatment in South Yorkshire. Check out the nStride treatment section of our website and reference the links below to see whether this treatment can help you too. Adventurer Steve Backshall shares his story https://nstride.zimmerbiomet.com/uk/stevebackshall/ The Daily Mail also features a story about his treatment, read

British Orthopaedic Association Annual Clinical Examination Course

Coriel at British Orthopaedic Association Annual Clinical Examination Course

The BOA Clinical Examination Course was set up almost a decade ago with the aim that trainees will attend on an annual basis whereby skills could be learnt at an early stage of training and repetition would result in perfecting a technique and consequently improvement in patient care and examination success. It is taught by

Coriel goes from strength to strength with trainer award and shortlist nomination

doncaster business start up of the year award

Team Coriel Shoulder and Elbow specialist Scott MacInnes has been awarded Trainer of the Year for South Yorkshire! Scott MacInnes is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises exclusively in shoulder and elbow conditions. He undertook 2 fellowships in Perth, Western Australia, working with internationally renowned Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons. He was awarded a PhD by

Trigger Finger – What Is it and How is It Treated?

trigger finger

What is Trigger Finger? Trigger finger is a condition where one of your fingers or your thumb gets stuck in a flexed position in your palm. The finger, can usually be forced out straight again, but it is very painful to do this yourself. In some cases, the finger doesn’t get stuck, but clicks when

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome – What you need to know

carpal tunnel syndrome

What is Carpel Tunnel Syndrome? Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is a really common condition which can cause pins and needles in your palm, thumb, index, middle and ring fingers. Often this is worse at night, waking you up, and can only be relieved by hanging your arm over the edge of the bed or shaking it

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