Childhood accidents and injuries are part and parcel of growing up, but here are a few things parents can do to minimise them.
Due to the demands of dancing, it is no surprise that more than half of the injuries dancers sustain are to the foot and ankle.
Growing older may come with a host of bone and joint health issues, such as osteoporosis and osteoarthritis, which can lead to falls among the elderly.
Falls and accidents are part of growing up, but they can get serious. This makes it crucial that parents know how to spot the signs of a fracture and seek medical attention early.
Does your child’s walk and movement seem uncomfortable or unusual? Here are 4 orthopaedic conditions in children to be aware of.
Minor burns are usually not serious and can be treated at home. Read on to find out how to care for your burn.
Frozen shoulder is a painful condition, but it can be treated. Here are the facts.
Toddlers often fall and hit their heads. As a parent, when should you worry?
Being prepared will make a critical difference to a child’s A&E visit. Here's what you should know to get yourself ready.
Sometimes it is clear you have a medical emergency, but how about when the need is less obvious? Here are some potentially dangerous symptoms that you should not ignore.
Sports medicine is traditionally used to treat elite athletes. But could it be beneficial for you?
37.3 million falls severe enough to require medical attention occur every year. If your family member falls, what should you do?
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What happens when you walk into our 24-hour A&E clinic? In this video, we break down the steps in a typical patient’s journey to the accident and emergency department at our hospitals.