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Bunions (Hallux Abducto Valgus)

Bunions are bony lumps that form on the sides of your feet. Surgery is the only way to remove them. However, they are not always painful and don’t always require…

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Bubble PEP

PEP stands for Positive Expiratory Pressure. Bubble PEP is a treatment to help individuals who have a build up of phlegm (secretions) in their lungs. Bubble PEP can be used…

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Clavicle (collar bone) Fracture

You have sustained a fracture to your clavicle (collar bone). This normally takes between 6-12 weeks to heal. You may use the arm in the meantime as explained in the…

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Dupuytren’s Disease

Dupuytren’s is a thickening of the fibrous tissue between the skin and the tendon sheaths in the hands….

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Duane’s Syndrome

This is a congenital (meaning present from birth) eye movement condition which can affect one or both eyes.

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Dobutamine Stress Echocardiogram

An echocardiogram or ‘echo’ is a painless scan that uses ultrasound (sound waves) to produce pictures of the heart. A stress echo involves making the heart work harder, either with…

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Dislocation of the Patella

You have sustained a dislocation of your patella (knee cap). You may walk on your leg as comfort allows. You must wear the splint fitted by A+E.

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