Haemochromatosis is a disorder in which excessive quantities of iron are absorbed and stored in the body’s organs, particularly the liver.
Haemorrhoids, or piles as they are also known, are swellings that are a result of enlarged and distended blood vessels and veins around your anus and rectum.
Cancer can develop in any of the tissues or organs in the head and neck. Most commonly cancer starts to grow in the cells that form the lining of the mouth, nose, throat, ear or the surface of the tongue.
Headaches are a common neurological disorder that is estimated to be the reason for one-fifth of all UK outpatient referrals.
Gastro-oesophageal reflux disease is what most people would refer to as heartburn. It’s an extremely common problem caused when some of the stomach acid refluxes back up into the oesophagus. Symptoms are uncomfortable, but the problem usually responds well to treatment.
Heavy periods, also known as menorrhagia, are the leading cause of discomfort among women of childbearing age in the UK.
Hepatitis B is a type of viral hepatitis that affects 1 in 3 people alive in the world today.
The most common symptom of a hernia is a swelling in the groin or abdomen that may be more noticeable when you cough, strain or stand up.
Hip dysplasia is a condition where the bones of the hip joint are not correctly aligned. This can prevent the hip joint from working properly and can accelerate wear and tear of the joint.
Hip impingement has been recognised and understood only relatively recently. This has arisen from the observation that some patients, usually males, develop early arthritis in their hips because their hips have a somewhat aspherical shape.
Hypermobility is a connective tissue disorder resulting in laxity/increased range of movement in multiple joints. Our hydrotherapy service can assist with treatment.
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