rotator cuff injuries

Soft tissue injuries – rotator cuff

In the second part of our articles on soft tissue shoulder injuries, we asked Mr Phil Wright who is a specialist soft tissue shoulder surgeon based in West Yorkshire, to give us the run down on rotator cuff tears and how they are diagnosed and treated and what the evidence…

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Soft tissue injuries – labral tears

We wanted to shed some light on more complex soft tissue injuries of the shoulder and how recent advancements and research have improved our understanding of these injuries and so we spoke to Mr Phil Wright who is a specialist soft tissue shoulder surgeon based in West Yorkshire to give…

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Cauda equina syndrome

Cauda equina syndrome (CES) is a very serious issue that may present and can have devastating consequences for ongoing quality of life for people who are not treated within an effective time frame. It is a rare condition and affects around two people in every one hundred thousand across the…

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Winner of clinician of the year award!

We’re excited to announce our Co-founder Anthony Burns (on behalf of his work for ecovery) has won the Corporate Livewire Yorkshire Prestige Award for Clinician of the Year. The judges were impressed with the quality and consistency of the reviews from service users and is further validation that our innovative…

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Knee cartilage injuries

Cartilage and meniscal injuries to the knee are extremely common and so we approached Mr Stephen Guy who is a full time NHS orthopaedic consultant with a specialist interest in sports knee injuries and is clinical lead for Trauma in his Teaching Trust to explain all about them for you.…

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What is physiotherapy?

One of our patients asked us to clarify exactly what Physiotherapy was for our service users, and so one of our Co-founders Anthony Burns put together this article to help provide clarity, guidance and tips on what to expect when you go to see a Physiotherapist. What is physiotherapy? Physiotherapy…

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