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News, Patient information
At OSD Healthcare, our ethos is clear and our mission simple – put our patients at the heart of everything we do. We are a patient centric organisation and work tirelessly to deliver the best possible health outcomes for every…
Orthopaedics, Patient information
How should I look after my back during lockdown? The best thing is to stay active. Walking is a very good exercise as it helps to maintain muscle strength and balance in the spine. Between 20-30 minutes of walking, three…
News, Patient information, Physiotherapy
Michael Darlow, Assistant Coach at Hemel Storm Basketball, recently attended OSD Healthcare after experiencing ongoing lower back pains. With the help of Amanda Marsh, Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner and Head of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation, Michael worked through a rehabilitation programme to…
Orthopaedics, Patient information
Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr Edmund Ieong discusses all there is to know about lesser toe deformities, and how he can help you.
Diagnostic imaging, News, Patient information
At OSD Healthcare, we are incredibly proud of our imaging team for maintaining their QSI accreditation for the third year! But what is QSI we hear you ask? Quality Standard for Imaging (QSI) was developed by the Royal College of…
News, Patient information
The flu is a highly infectious illness which comes around each winter and spreads rapidly. Although the flu vaccine has been around for over 80 years, albeit varying versions, there are still many myths that are discouraging people from getting…
Orthopaedics, Patient information
Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr Edmund Ieong discusses all there is to know about plantar fasciitis including symptoms, causes and treatment.
Orthopaedics, Patient information
As gyms open up again this weekend, it is important that exercise enthusiasts remain aware of injury prevention strategies to minimise the risk of shoulder injuries.
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