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  • Coriel Ortho/Pod-Cast from Coriel Orthopaedic Group

    CORIEL ORTHO/POD-CAST See more SEPTEMBER 7TH, 2023 SEPTEMBER 7TH, 2023 Coriel Podcast Exploring Surgical Excellence Welcome to The Coriel Podcast, where surgical excellence meets insightful conversation. As specialists hailing from Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, our team is dedicated to sharing expertise and fostering better patient outcomes. From shoulders to ankles, our orthopaedic services span a wide spectrum, backed by specialists who've performed thousands of procedures. Covering South Yorkshire and North Nottinghamshire, we provide access to premier care via private hospitals and comprehensive diagnostics. Tune in as we delve into surgical advancements and inspiring patient stories. Check out our channel on CORIEL

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    Trigger Finger See more TRIGGER FINGER ABOUT TRIGGER FINGER Trigger Finger is a condition where a finger or thumb gets stuck in a bent position because of a tendon getting caught within its protective sheath. The sheath, or synovium, is a tunnel of lubricating tissue that normally allows the tendon to move smoothly as you bend or straighten your finger (or thumb). If the sheath becomes inflamed or damaged, it can cause the tendon to more less freely or even get stuck. We can treat Trigger Finger in Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster and Worksop. Trigger finger, also known as stenosing tenosynovitis, can affect anyone of any age. However, trigger finger is most common in women aged between 55 and 60 and is caused by repetitive movements of the hands, such as frequent gripping. People with diabetes are also more prone to stenosing tenosynovitis. WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS OF TRIGGER FINGER? Symptoms of trigger finger focus around the movement of the affected finger: Your finger/thumb catches or makes a popping sound when you straighten and bend it and this may cause some pain. The finger/thumb may be stiff to move when you first wake up and improves throughout the day. Your finger or thumb may lock in a bent position which can be pulled straight when using the other hand. Hard lumps or nodules at the base of the finger or thumb and in the palm of your hand. Without treatment, a trigger finger that does not improve may lead to further damage to the sheath. The sheath may become thicker, scarred or more nodules may form all of which will further impede the use of the finger. WHAT TREATMENTS ARE AVAILABLE FOR TRIGGER FINGER? Trigger finger doesn’t always require treatment as it will often clear up on its own. However, if there is no improvement within a couple of weeks, it’s better to seek help from your GP: Painkillers – using an anti-inflammatory painkiller, such as ibuprofen, can help reduce the swelling in the tendon’s sheath. Splint – wearing a splint at night keeps the finger in the extended position which allows the tendon and sheath to rest. Cortisone steroid injection – these injections can reduce inflammation and treat any pain and can work very quickly to improve your trigger finger. Surgery is also an option where the inflamed or damaged sheath is removed. Book an appointment with one of our specialists to treat Trigger Finger in Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster or Worksop. You can also follow us on social media . Our Specialists in Trigger Finger Mr. Dan Morell Enquire Now Find us 138 Beckett Road, Doncaster DN2 4BA Call us 07946 396194 01302 238291 Email us Contact us First name* Last name* Email* Phone* Message* Submit

  • After care Guidance Notes from Coriel Orthopaedic Group

    Please find the Guidance Notes for our Treatments here Guidance Notes See more Regional Anaesthesia – Ankle and Popliteal Nerve Block Patient Guidance – Calf Stretch Rehabilitation Guideline for Patients Undergoing Conservative or Surgical Management of Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury, Surgery and Rehabilitation What Is A Short Toe (Brachymetarsia)? Orthopaedic surgery is a specialty dealing with acute injuries, congenital and acquired disorders and chronic arthritic or overuse conditions of the bones, joints and their associated soft tissues, including ligaments, nerves and muscles. ​ With vast combined experience in the healthcare sector, our specialist consultants work together to provide exceptional personalised patient care. ​ From sports injuries to general bone complications, we specialise in a wide range of Orthopaedic conditions. Our consultants can diagnose and treat many of these including those of the hands, wrists, nerves and feet. ​ Our friendly team are professional and will treat you with complete compassion and care; therefore you can be assured that you will receive the best possible treatment. View the list of conditions and treatments below. Our Specialities View All CORIEL ORTHOPAEDIC GROUP Shoulder & Elbow Conditions Hand & Wrist Conditions Knee Conditions Hip & Groin Conditions Foot & Ankle Conditions

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  • Coriel and the Charity Hub: Building a Holistic Health Network in Doncaster

    Coriel Orthopaedics, the leading orthopaedic practice in Doncaster, is delighted to extend a formal invitation to esteemed medical professionals for an exclusive networking event. Set against the backdrop of our state-of-the-art facility, this event aims to foster collaborative partnerships and strengthen referral networks within Doncaster's medical landscape. Event Details: Holistic Health Network Date: Thursday, 25th of April Time: 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM Location: 138 Beckett Rd, Doncaster DN2 4BA Tickets: Click here Who Should Attend: This event is tailored for medical practitioners across various disciplines, encompassing mental and physical health sectors. We welcome professionals ranging from holistic therapists and mental health practitioners to physiotherapists, and representatives from public health organizations, hospitals, private clinics, and health insurance companies. Essentially, anyone dedicated to enhancing the well-being of individuals through healthcare services is encouraged to participate. Highlights: The event promises an unparalleled opportunity to engage with distinguished consultants from Coriel Orthopaedics, including renowned experts like Tony Wilkinson. Through insightful conversations and networking opportunities, attendees will have the chance to forge meaningful connections and explore collaborative avenues within the medical community. Recent Developments: At Coriel Orthopaedics, we remain committed to elevating our standards of care and service delivery. Recent investments include the launch of informative content through podcasts and video series, along with substantial enhancements to our reception area and the introduction of a cutting-edge private theatre. These initiatives underscore our unwavering dedication to providing exemplary care to our clientele. About The Clinic: Our facility serves as a hub for a diverse range of businesses beyond orthopaedics. With versatile rooms and modern amenities, we offer opportunities for organizations to utilize our spaces for various purposes. For inquiries regarding room rental or utilization of our facilities, please don't hesitate to contact us. In Partnership with The Charity Hub: We are proud to collaborate with The Charity Hub, an esteemed organization dedicated to supporting and advancing the third sector in and around Doncaster. Their partnership brings added depth and breadth to this networking event, allowing attendees to benefit from their extensive network and expertise. Join us for an enriching afternoon of networking and collaboration as we strive to cultivate a robust medical community in Doncaster. Save the date, spread the word, and embark on a journey towards enhanced collaboration and mutual support within our healthcare ecosystem. We look forward to welcoming you to this prestigious event. For further details and RSVP, please contact [Contact Information]. Get Free Tickets Here:

  • "Maximizing Mobility: The Ultimate Guide to Comprehensive Arthroscopic Shoulder Management"

    Mr. Madhavan Papanna, Shoulder and Elbow Specialist What is Comprehensive Arthroscopic Management (CAM)? Comprehensive Arthroscopic Management (CAM) is an arthroscopic procedure to treat osteoarthritis of the shoulder. It is most common in patients over fifty, but also in younger patients including athletes, who have osteoarthritis arthritis of the shoulder of varying degrees. The aim of the technique is to preserve the joint and delay the need for joint replacement. It alleviates pain and improves shoulder function. What does Comprehensive Arthroscopic Management entail? Comprehensive Arthroscopic Management procedure aims to remove loose cartilage flaps and damaged tissue around the arthritic shoulder joint. Scarred ligaments and capsule of the shoulder joint are released to restore mobility and improve function. In addition, any bony spurs or scar tissues that may be trapping the axillary nerve are debrided to decompress the nerve and relive pain. The operation involves making a small incision/portals in the joint and an arthroscope is inserted. Surgical instruments is inserted through a second portal. Arthroscopic surgery results in less damage to the tissue around the shoulder than conventional open surgery, resulting in faster recovery times and reduced scarring. Indications for Comprehensive Arthroscopic Management? The Comprehensive Arthroscopic Management may be offered to you, if you are suffering from severe osteo-arthritis of the shoulder, particularly if you are too young to have a full joint replacement or if you are an athlete involved in active sports and are restricted by the loss of movement in your shoulder. The purpose is to preserve the joint and enable it to function fully again. Recovery after the operation? Because it uses minimally invasive techniques, recovery times for this procedure are quicker than with full joint replacement surgery. Usually, the skin wounds will heal by 7-10 days and the surgical pain will improve in two to four weeks. Following this, you will undergo physiotherapy to help regain the function of the shoulder joint, which can take between 6 to 12 weeks. What is the long-term outcomes of Comprehensive Arthroscopic Management? The CAM is less invasive, with a faster recovery time and a lower risk of complications than joint replacement surgery. Delays joint replacement surgery for up to five years. Achieve high patient satisfaction rates, with reduced pain, and improves function in majority of the patients. As a relatively new technique, long-term outcomes remain unknown but initial results are promising.

  • Mastering Baker's Cyst: A Comprehensive Guide by Knee Surgery Specialist

    Introduction: Meet Mr. Paul Haslam, Knee Surgery Specialist In the realm of knee surgery, expertise and experience play a pivotal role in ensuring successful outcomes. Mr. Paul Haslam has over 17 years of specialized experience in knee surgery. As a seasoned surgeon, he has garnered a reputation for his commitment to patient care and his proficiency in employing advanced techniques for treating various knee conditions. Mr. Haslam's expertise is particularly noteworthy in the realm of Baker's Cyst, having successfully operated on over 50 patients with this condition. Mr Haslam uses his extensive experience and dedication to refine surgical approaches for optimal patient outcomes. His emphasis on utilizing arthroscopic techniques has proven instrumental in achieving low recurrence rates for Baker's Cyst—a testament to his commitment to advancing the field of knee surgery. Pioneering Arthroscopic Techniques for Baker's Cyst With a focus on innovation and patient-centric care, Mr. Paul Haslam has been at the forefront of adopting arthroscopic techniques for Baker's Cyst excision. This minimally invasive approach allows for precise visualization and targeted removal of the valve that creates the cyst while minimizing trauma to surrounding tissues. The results speak for themselves, with Mr. Haslam consistently achieving low recurrence rates in his patient cohort. Having successfully operated on numerous cases, Mr. Haslam's approach encompasses not only the removal of the cyst but also addressing underlying issues contributing to its formation. This comprehensive strategy is integral to reducing the likelihood of recurrence and ensuring a swift and effective recovery for his patients. Most Surgeons do not offer a patient arthroscopic excision of a Bakers cyst and some don’t know it is even a possibility. You may have been told there is nothing that can be done or offered and big open procedure. Open surgery uses very big scars and has a high failure rate. If you feel you have been fobbed off then it is worth asking for a second opinion. A Legacy of Patient-Centered Care Beyond his surgical expertise, Mr. Paul Haslam is recognized for his patient-centred approach. His empathetic demeanour and commitment to thorough pre-operative consultations ensure that patients are well-informed and comfortable with their treatment plans. This dedication to holistic patient care has contributed to the trust and confidence that many individuals place in his capable hands. As we delve into the realm of Baker's Cyst in this Q&A guide, it's invaluable to acknowledge the contributions of specialists like Mr. Haslam, whose expertise continues to shape and elevate the field of knee surgery Q1: What causes Baker's Cyst? Baker's Cyst is often caused by the accumulation of synovial fluid, which lubricates the knee joint. When there's an excess of this fluid, it can bulge into the back of the knee, forming a cyst. Q2: What are the common symptoms of Baker's Cyst? Symptoms include swelling behind the knee, stiffness, and sometimes pain. In severe cases, the cyst may rupture, causing fluid to move down the calf and resulting in sharp pain and swelling. Q3: Who is at risk of developing Baker's Cyst? Individuals with knee conditions like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, or meniscus tears are at a higher risk. Additionally, it can occur in people who have had a knee injury or surgery. Q4: How is Baker's Cyst diagnosed? A physical examination and imaging tests such as ultrasound or MRI are commonly used to diagnose Baker's Cyst. These tests help confirm the presence of the cyst and identify any underlying knee issues. Q5: Can Baker's Cyst go away on its own? In some cases, the cyst may resolve on its own, especially if the underlying cause is treated. However, persistent cases may require medical intervention. Q6: What are the treatment options for Baker's Cyst? Treatment may involve managing the underlying knee condition, using anti-inflammatory medications, or draining the cyst through aspiration. In severe cases, surgery might be recommended. Q7: Can Baker's Cyst be prevented? Prevention involves addressing and managing the underlying knee conditions. Regular exercise, maintaining a healthy weight, and avoiding prolonged periods of knee stress can also help reduce the risk. Q8: Is Baker's Cyst common in children? While less common in children, Baker's Cyst can still occur. It's typically associated with juvenile arthritis or other inflammatory conditions affecting the knee. Q9: Are there any complications associated with Baker's Cyst? Complications are rare, but if the cyst ruptures, it can cause pain, swelling, and mimic symptoms of a blood clot. Seeking medical attention promptly is crucial in such cases. Q10: Can Baker's Cyst be treated through arthroscopic excision? Yes, arthroscopic excision is a viable treatment option for Baker's Cyst. This minimally invasive surgical procedure involves using a small camera (arthroscope) and specialized instruments to remove the cyst. Q11: How does arthroscopic excision work? During arthroscopic excision, small incisions are made around the knee, and the arthroscope is inserted to visualize the cyst and surrounding structures. The surgeon then uses miniature instruments to carefully excise the valve that causes the cyst, at the back of the knee. Q12: What are the advantages of arthroscopic excision for Baker's Cyst? Arthroscopic excision offers several advantages, including smaller incisions, reduced postoperative pain, quicker recovery, and less scarring compared to traditional open surgery. It allows for a targeted approach to remove the cyst while minimizing disruption to surrounding tissues. Q13: Who is a suitable candidate for arthroscopic excision? Candidates for arthroscopic excision are individuals with persistent Baker's Cyst symptoms that do not respond to conservative treatments. The procedure is often considered when the cyst is large, causing significant discomfort, or when other treatment options have proven ineffective. Q14: What is the recovery process after arthroscopic excision? Recovery after arthroscopic excision is generally faster than with open surgery. Patients may need a period of rest and physical therapy to regain strength and flexibility. Full recovery time varies but is typically shorter compared to traditional surgical approaches. Q15: Are there any risks associated with arthroscopic excision? While considered a safe procedure, arthroscopic excision, like any surgery, carries some risks, such as infection, bleeding, or injury to surrounding structures. However, these risks are minimized due to the minimally invasive nature of the procedure. Q16: Does arthroscopic excision prevent the recurrence of Baker's Cyst? Arthroscopic excision aims not only to remove the cyst but also to address underlying issues contributing to its formation. While it significantly reduces the likelihood of recurrence, successful prevention may also involve managing the root cause, such as arthritis or meniscus tears. In summary, arthroscopic excision is a modern and effective surgical option for treating Baker's Cyst. Consultation with Mr Haslam can help determine the most appropriate treatment plan based on individual circumstances and the severity of the condition. Understanding Baker's Cyst is crucial for proper management and timely treatment. If you suspect you have a Baker's Cyst or experience persistent knee symptoms, consult a healthcare professional for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate care.

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