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Cosmetic Acupunture-a Revolution To Appear Young

By Raja Pitalia, Business Manager, Pall Mall Medical, 17th August 2017

What is it all about? A non-intrusive treatment in the form of cosmetic acupuncture is a way to rejuvenate the skin to fight against aging. Also referred as "facial rejuvenation," cosmetic acupuncture uses a fine needle to stimulate new life to the nerves. It is a core supplement of surgical treatments to reverse signs of…

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Nutrition and diet the dish of health!

By Raja Pitalia, Business Manager, Pall Mall Medical, 13th August 2017

One of the most powerful means of healing health and performance is your choice of nutrition. Nutrition and diet are the major elements of a healthy body and can to be accomplished in range of areas through proper expertise. Whether it is the deficiency of vitamins or poor nutritional strategies, a right encasement of nutrients…

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Decoded causes of headache

By Raja Pitalia, Business Manager, Pall Mall Medical, 27th July 2017

1. Sinusitis With a lifestyle that gathers pace fast, and with busy work schedules often resulting in headaches - we sometimes don’t find the root source. Headaches could be caused due to various factors, one of which may be Sinusitis.   Diagnosis:  A nasal endoscopy (also known as rhinoscopy) allows a detailed examination of the…

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Otitis Media - Middle Ear Infections Pall Mall Medical

By Catherine Hall, Pall Mall Medical, 23rd June 2017

What is Otitis Media? Otitis Media is the name given to a group of middle ear infections. These infections occur when the middle ear becomes inflamed and fills with fluid. Anyone can experience a middle ear infection but it is most common in infants. The two main types of Otitis Media are Acute Otitis Media…

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Different Types of Cosmetic Ear Surgery | Pall Mall Medical

By Catherine Hall, Pall Mall Medical, 16th June 2017

Different Types of Cosmetic Ear Surgery Many people turn to cosmetic ear surgery to reshape or reposition the ears and there are various types of procedures available. You could be considering cosmetic ear surgery for a number of reasons. Perhaps your ears were damaged due to an accident or complication at birth or perhaps one…

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Everything to Know About Vitamin D | Pall Mall Medical

By Catherine Hall, Pall Mall Medical, 7th June 2017

Everything You Need to Know About Vitamin D Vitamin D is an essential vitamin that many people are deficient in. In fact, according to the NHS, one in five people have a vitamin D deficiency. But what exactly is vitamin D and why do we need it? More importantly, where can it be sourced and…

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Breast Reduction - a Patient's Journey with Mr Prasad

By Anonymous patient, 18th May 2017

Your reasons for having the breast reduction surgery?  Having large breasts lowered my self-esteem, which to some people this was hard to understand.  I found it difficult finding bras that actually fitted me correctly also, having the constant pull from my bra straps would often leave painful indentations on my shoulders - finding bras that…

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What Is Diverticulitis?

By Catherine Hall, Pall Mall Medical, 18th May 2017

Diverticulitis is a common disease of the bowel most commonly found in the large intestine (the colon).  Gastroenterologists believe that with increased straining/pressure areas of the colon wall become weak. When the muscle weakens and gives way, small pouches are formed called diverticula – this is called diverticulosis. Once diverticula form, they are in most…

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Happy 7th Birthday - Pall Mall Medical

By Tiegan Okine, Pall Mall Medical, 28th April 2017

We've just turned 7 years old!  Pall Mall Medical currently is able to offer over 1,500 different services as a private healthcare organisation and in the last 7 years, we have in fact seen over 45,000 patients! Keep reading to find out a bit more about our patient base and our most popular services based…

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Do all disc prolapses require surgery?

By Mr George Ampat, Consultant Spinal Surgeon, 28th April 2017

90% of disc prolapses get better within 6 weeks. Sequential MRI scans in patients with disc prolapse show that the herniation/disc bulge/prolapse will naturally regress with me even without surgery.  See what happened to a lady in her mid-20s    These are the vertical sections of the lower back seen on an MRI scan. The…

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