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An Insight into a Placement Experience at St Joseph’s Hospital Physiotherapy Department

23rd February 2024

Justin Harris, a third-year physiotherapy student from Cardiff University, recently completed a four-week placement at St Joseph’s Hospital, offering a firsthand glimpse into the dynamics of the hospital's physiotherapy department. Currently preparing for his upcoming VIVA exam and dissertation, Justin's time at St Joseph’s provided valuable insights into the field of physiotherapy and the significance of teamwork in healthcare settings

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St Joseph’s Hospital scan a violin helping local auction company

20th February 2024

St Joseph’s Hospital were approached last week in search to find a place to conduct a CT scan on a violin which was anticipated to be 400 years old. AMATI Auctions reached out to St Joseph’s Hospital Advanced Diagnostic department with the hope to see inside the violin to check for essential components required to value the instrument.  Believed to be made by Jacobus Stainer, said to be one of the greatest violin makers of all time, the violin was thought to have been purchased in the 1950s at W

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Radiographers, Charity and Ben holding Stainer's violin

Professor Nick Ossei-Gerning awarded OBE in 2024 New Years Honors list

12th January 2024

St Joseph’s Hospital are delighted to share that Consultant Interventional Cardiologist, Professor Nick Ossei-Gerning was awarded an OBE in the 2024 New Years Honors list. Professor Ossei-Gerning has over 30 years’ experience as a general and interventional cardiologist and has been a speaker both nationally and internationally on various aspects of general and interventional cardiology, as well as men’s health

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St Joseph’s Hospital awarded Gold Level for commitment to patient safety by the National Joint Registry

8th January 2024

St Joseph’s Hospital is celebrating after being named as a National Joint Registry (NJR) Quality Data Provider – Gold Level at the end of 2023 after successfully completing a national programme of local data audits. The NJR monitors the performance of hip, knee, ankle, elbow, and shoulder joint replacement procedures to improve clinical outcomes for the benefit of patients, but also to support and give performance feedback to orthopaedic clinicians and industry manufacturers

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Pilates: Is it suitable for me?

4th January 2024

Over recent years there has been a rise in the uptake of mind-body exercises such as Pilates. Taking part in such activities can enhance not only your physical health but your mental health and self-awareness too.  St Joseph’s Hospital has a team of APPI Pilates trained, qualified Physiotherapists, who teach Pilates classes alongside their specialist clinics

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BBC Radio Interview with Mr Andrew Feyi-Waboso

12th October 2023

Consultant Ophthalmologist Mr Andrew Feyi-Waboso recently spoke with BBC Radio about declining eyesight as we age. It is proven that eyesight will begin to decline from around the age of 40. The human lens becomes stiff over time and loses the ability to auto-focus for our near vision. Our eyesight is not the same as when we are a young child and therefore this unpreventable change is part of the natural aging process

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