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It's green lights up ahead for The Chelmsford

2017 gets off to a great start as today the Care Quality Commission (CQC) published its report of The Chelmsford following an inspection in September 2016 rating us overall as “Good.”   Jill Norman,...

Date: 16/01/2017
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Dr Victor Mendis Answers The Top 10 Back Pain FAQs

1. What is chronic pain? Chronic pain is defined as pain that lasts longer than six months. Chronic pain can be mild or excruciating, episodic or continuous, merely inconvenient or totally incapacitating. With chronic...

Date: 14/12/2016
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Chronic pain explained

A Physician's perspective: Dr Simon Thomson on chronic pain.   Chronic pain, lasting more than three months, is and can be a burden on peoples lives and effects individuals every day. Dr Thomson...

Date: 18/07/2016
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Top 5 most common Podiatric conditions

Mr Jason Nandlal, Consultant Podiatric Surgeon, has been working in the NHS in Essex since 2003 and has been consulting at The Chelmsford since 2007 and has performed over 9000 foot and ankle surgical...

Date: 13/07/2015
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Mr Sabu Jacob now available at The Chelmsford!

We are pleased to announce that Mr Sabu Jacob, Consultant General and Vascular Surgeon is now consulting at The Chelmsford Private Day Surgery Hospital starting Monday 6th July. Mr Jacob specialises in varicose...

Date: 26/06/2015
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The myths behind Varicose Veins

Anyone who suffers from varicose veins knows the feeling of heavy, tired legs which are constantly swollen and throb with pain day in day out. The only reassuring fact is you are not alone - approximately 5 million people...

Date: 09/03/2015
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Antibiotics for back pain?

There has been a great deal of interest generated by a recent paper published and promoted at an event at the Royal Society of Medicine on May 7th. The paper that was published looked at back pain being treated by...

Date: 28/05/2013
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A little empathy goes a long way in our MRI suite

One of the most important aspects of our radiographers’ jobs is to put nervous patients at ease when they come in for their MRI scans. A small percentage of our patients suffer from claustrophobia and are therefore...

Date: 30/04/2013
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