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Revision Hip Surgery

Revision hip replacement surgery can be complex surgery. Due to its nature it can be difficult to get “just right”.

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Bilateral Joint Replacements

Having bilateral joint replacement surgery (i.e. having both hips, or both knees, replaced at the same time) has been advocated as a safe way of curing the “whole patient” in one operation.

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Plantar Fasciitis

Not all heel pains are caused by plantar fasciitis. It refers to a very specific, localised pain under the heel, in the absence of other pathology.

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Hamstring Avulsion in Teenagers

The majority of hamstring injuries are in the muscle, and the treatment is rest, anti-inflammatories & physiotherapy. A small proportion involve pulling the hamstring tendons directly off the bone at the pelvis.

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Radial Shockwave Therapy (RSWT)

Radial shockwave treatment (RSWT) is a non-invasive means of treating painful soft tissue conditions. It has been widely used both worldwide and in Australia for many years by elite sporting teams and in Sports Medicine clinics.

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Iron Infusions

Blood transfusion after surgery is something to avoid where possible. One factor that has been identified is that some patients start from a low point, and it doesn’t take much to push them over the edge.

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