Osteotomy surgery aims at preserving your own knee joint, and so delaying the need for a knee joint replacement. Mr Raj Thakrar, Knee and Trauma Orthopaedic Surgeon at One Hatfield Hospital, explains more about this procedure.
The One Hatfield Autumn 2020 Newsletter is now available to download. Packed full of the latest hospital news, treatments available, upcoming free 10 minute consultations and much more, you can download the full version here.
Mr George Mochloulis, Senior Consultant ENT Surgeon specialising in head and neck surgery and thyroid surgery, was delighted to be invited to be the first, worldwide, to trial and evaluate game changing nerve monitoring technology here at One Hatfield. The new NIM® VITAL Nerve Monitoring System from Medtronic enables the surgeon to reduce the risk of vocal cord dysfunction for patients undergoing critical thyroid surgery.
Anterior hip replacement surgery uses an incision at the front of the hip, rather than on the back or side of the hip as with traditional hip replacement surgery. Mr Simon Mellor, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at One Hatfield Hospital, explains more about this procedure.
One Hatfield Hospital is a COVID free hospital. We will continue to work directly with the NHS to treat and care for patients awaiting time critical surgeries, but we have now also welcomed back our private patients for surgery, outpatients, physiotherapy, diagnostics and imaging (including MRI, ultrasound and X-ray).
Two of our leading Consultant ENT Surgeons, Mr George Mochloulis and Mr Ananth Vijendren, have trialled a state-of-the-art piece of visualisation equipment in one of our theatres here at One Hatfield Hospital.
Mr Nigel Carver, Consultant Cosmetic Plastic Surgeon, addresses the questions he is commonly asked about abdominoplasty.
Mr Bal Dhinsa, Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon at One Ashford Hospital discusses plantar fasciitis and management and treatment for the condition. Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain. It is inflammation of the sheet of tissue (plantar fascia), that forms the arch of the foot, going from the heel to the toes….
Mr Ananth Vijendren, Consultant ENT Surgeon, has a keen interest in the variety of microscopic and endoscopic techniques available to treat a perforated eardrum. Here he explains the symptoms of a perforated eardrum and the surgical treatment available.
Many conditions can contribute to heel pain, but the two most common causes are plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis. We asked Mr Simon Mordecai, Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon at One Hatfield Hospital to tell us more.