Chronic pain is a debilitating condition that changes lives. Being bedridden one day but unimpaired the next can be difficult to understand and to explain to others. It’s normal to feel angry when pain hinders you from activities you enjoy or the ability to take part in routine tasks.
Dr Sarang Puranik, Consultant in Pain Management at Parkside, looks at some of the best ways to manage chronic pain.
For some people, so-called ‘Covid toes’ may be the only sign of a coronavirus infection. Mr Pal Ramesh, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, tells us what he’s been seeing and hearing.
For many people who play sports or are regularly active, one concern is how to avoid injury or reduce the risk of injury. Injury can occur in any sport, however, for most people the benefit to physical and mental health from exercising outweighs the risk of injury.
In the latest blog for our ‘A day in the life of’ series, we’re joined by Lili Paiu, Food and Beverage Manager at Parkside
In the latest blog for our new ‘A day in the life of’ series, we’re delighted to be joined by Johariel Peniano, Housekeeper at Parkside Hospital. We learn about Johariel’s role, hear about his favourite bits of the job and learn about the attributes needed to succeed in the position. Continue reading to find out more…
In this new blog post coinciding with World IBD Day (19 May), Dr Jamal Hayat, Consultant Gastroenterologist at Parkside, shares some valuable insight on the disease.