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An Orthopaedic Surgeon’s Sabbatical with a Difference!

flying to Cyprus on an orthopaedic surgeon sabbatical

What did I do on my orthopaedic surgeon sabbatical? I’ve been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon in Doncaster since 2006; I’ve however been an officer in the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) reserves since 1992. I’ve managed to balance work, home and military commitment fairly successfully throughout training and consultant practice. I’ve deployed on operations to

Painful Ankle Due to Ankle Arthritis – When to Seek Treatment

Diagram of ankle pain for ankle arthritis treatment

There are several causes for a painful ankle. Keep reading to learn more about the cause of your symptoms and how you can get treatment for ankle arthritis in Doncaster. What can cause a painful ankle? Pain around the ankle is generated from the soft tissues around the ankle including the tendons, nerves and ligaments

Don’t be a Clot… Statistic – How to Prevent Blood Clots After Surgery

Complications following any Orthopaedic surgery can occur. Blood clots, more commonly known as deep vein thrombosis (DVT) can easily form in the limbs, especially the legs, following any surgery that results in reduced activity for a period of days. Keep reading to find out how to prevent blood clots after surgery and whether you might

How Long Will it Take to Recover from Surgery?

Enhanced Recovery from Surgery – The 3 Phases A common question patients ask is: how can I have the best recovery from surgery? Of course, it depends on the type of surgery, but you should consider the recovery in 3 phases. Understanding these phases will help you manage your expectations for the most enhanced recovery

The Private Healthcare System & the NHS – How they Work Together

Is the NHS being affected by the private healthcare system? So you attend a private hospital as an NHS patient. It may leave you confused? Is the NHS being privatised? will I be asked for any payment? How is it that I can be seen in a private hospital if I’m not private? How do

Supporting Small Local Businesses – As Seen On TV!

jen wright food star

We are delighted to say that one of the small businesses we use for our corporate gifts is about to get national exposure! Jen Wright from The Cocktail Pickers Club is appearing in the new BBC1 Gordon Ramsay series Gordon Ramsay’s Future Food Stars. Jen’s cocktails  are marketed as Taking the mess out of making

I don’t want the gory details doc!

gory details

Often when it comes to discussing surgical procedures, some patients will say, “I don’t want to know the details just get on with it”. Problem is, in modern day medicine, the law on consent has shifted from “Doctor knows best” to “shared decision and responsibility”. This is certainly a good thing as it means that

Weight Gain Conundrum

weight gain and obesity doncaster

There is no doubt obesity is on the rise. According to the NHS website obesity affects 1 in 4 adults and 1 in 5 children. Not only can it have an effect on musculoskeletal pain, but significantly increases your risk of diabetes, coronary heart disease and cancer! Patients will often say that they have put

CORIEL Supporting young people in our community

coriel charity support

Coriel is supporting Dearne Valley Personal Development Centre(DVPDC) to help young people in our community . We are proud to help fund the great work being undertaken by DVPDC through the acquisition of bikes and laptops for use by the young people attending the centre. Great work being done by the hardworking team at DVPDC

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

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