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Cavendish Medical – Pension consultations now concluded

Dr Benjamin Holdsworth on the benefits compensation choice The government has now concluded on the ‘McCloud’ consultation which refers to the age discrimination court case regarding the 2015 NHS Pension

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Surgeon in Focus – Dr Neel P Shah

Strengthening the physician team at DISC Sports & Spine Center in California (“DISC”), two new partners have recently joined the practice. Dr Neel P Shah is an orthopaedic spine surgeon

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Surgeon in Focus – Gyorgy Lovasz

Gyorgy Lovasz is Practice Plus Group’s national head of orthopaedics. After gaining a specialist qualification in orthopaedics at the University of Pecs, Hungary, he took on a two-year fellowship at

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What Brexit and Covid-19 have revealed about supply chain efficiency

Covid-19 has tested supply chains across all sectors to their limit. For the European medtech supply chain – responsible for employing around 730 000 people – the pandemic has revealed

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Keeping orthopaedics connected in COVID-19

Business consultant Lloyd Hines discusses how COVID-19 has caused a major disruption to global healthcare, forcing hospitals to redistribute their resources in response to the pandemic. COVID-19 has caused millions

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Surgeon in focus – Mr Rai, London Norwich Spine Clinic

Mr Rai is a spinal consultant at St John’s & St Elizabeth Hospital, St Johns Wood, London and Spire Norwich Hospital, Norwich and is also a NHS consultant (appointed in

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Researcher in focus – W Benjamin Nowell

Benjamin Nowell, director of patient-centred research at the Global Healthy Living Foundation (GHLF), CreakyJoints® and principal investigator of ArthritisPower™ Patient-Powered Research Network with Shilpa Venkatachalam (GHLF), and Jeffrey Curtis, (University

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Joint research project: Shoe cushioning as a possible risk factor for running injuries?

Running is good for your health. Medical experts and the general public agree on this. Running is good for both the body and the mind, prevents falling ill, reduces stress

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Surgeon in focus – Justin Barad

Dr. Justin Barad, is a board-eligible orthopaedic surgeon with a Bioengineering degree from UC Berkeley, and an MD from UCLA, where he graduated first in his class. He completed his

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Restoration of cartilage can be a successful alternative to knee replacement

The University Medical Center (UMC) in Utrecht, the Netherlands, has developed a new treatment to restore cartilage in the knee. This can result in postponing a knee replacement for years.