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The Bristol Knee Clinic

The Bristol Orthopaedic Clinic

• The Glen Spire Hospital, Bristol
• St Mary's Hospital, Bristol
• St Joseph's Hospital, Newport
• The Lister Hospital, London

Appointment Bookings:

• Tel: 0117 970 6655

Address:


The "Glen" Spire Hospital
Redland Hill
Bristol BS6 6UT

Tel: 0117 980 4080


Bristol Nuffield Hospital at St Mary's
Upper Byron Place
Bristol BS8 1JU

Tel: 0117 970 6655



St Joseph's Hospital
Harding Avenue
Malpas
Newport NP20 6ZE

Tel: 01633 820300


The Lister Hospital
The Lister Hospital
Chelsea Bridge Rd.
Chelsea
London
SW1W 8RH

Tel: 01179 706655

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12/09/2003
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05/09/2003
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03/09/2003
NHS Faces Exodus of Experienced Doctors

A survey for Hospital Doctor magazine has found only 23% of doctors will remain working for the NHS until normal retirement age.

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22/08/2003
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09/08/2003
Become an Expert Patient!

The BMJ Publishing Group has launched a new online course to help patients get more from GP consultations

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28/07/2003
Womens Great Walk of China becomes an International Great Walk!

Alternative treks in Cuba, Thailand, Tanzania and Peru organised for Karen Churches, Sian Everingham and Bristol Orthopaedic Clinic Patients Josie Lawrence and Marie Hanley

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22/07/2003
The Knee Implant That Lasts 20 Years

Younger people denied knee replacements before because the implant would not last long enough set to benefit from the longer-lasting Oxinium Knee implants

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06/07/2003
American Sports Star Returns to top Level Professional Sport After Revolutionary Surgery in Bristol.

Matthew Cappotelli underwent revolutionary “keyhole Surgery” using a new technique developed in Bristol has successfully returned to professional sport.

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02/06/2003
Women’s Great Walk of China

The longest, first ever all female trek along the Great Wall of China in aid of Breakthrough Breast Cancer

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04/04/2003
British Association of Surgery of the Knee Spring Meeting, Lake Windermere, Cumbria

The Bi-Annual BASK Meeting discusses new topics in knee surgery

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Alternative treks in Cuba, Thailand, Tanzania and Peru organised for Karen Churches, Sian Everingham and Bristol Orthopaedic Clinic Patients Josie Lawrence and Marie Hanley

Josie Lawrence & the Great Walk of China

Josie Lawrence underwent arthroscopic knee surgery at The Bristol Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Clinic

British Fencer Samantha Martin finished 8th in Europe three weeks after knee surgery at The Bristol Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Clinic

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