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Divorce Therapy: For When the End of Your Relationship Feels Like Living in a War Zone

Written by Mr Chris Macgovern for Doctify
For some reason, our society often puts the greatest pressure on us when we are at our most vulnerable. This is the case when relationships end. We have to be at our most business-like, thinking calmly out into the future, just when our emotions are all over the place. Here, […]

By |July 16th, 2018|Wellbeing & Fitness, Uncategorized|Comments Off on Divorce Therapy: For When the End of Your Relationship Feels Like Living in a War Zone

What is Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery? Find Out Here

Written by Mr Ali Alhamdani for Doctify

Weight loss surgery is an effective treatment for people who are dangerously obese. In this article, I will illustrate the reasons behind this.

So, what is mini gastric bypass surgery?

Mini gastric bypass surgery involves creating a smaller stomach by separating a small part of the main stomach sac to form […]

By |November 30th, 2017|Conditions|Comments Off on What is Mini Gastric Bypass Surgery? Find Out Here

Doctify: What We Do For You and How We Do It

At Doctify, we help you to book healthcare appointments and treatments online. You can search by location, specialty and insurance provider – plus, our verified reviews and peer recommendations ensure you find exactly what you’re looking for.
With us you can…

Find a healthcare specialist based on reviews from other patients
Book online in just a […]

By |October 26th, 2017|Hot Topics|Comments Off on Doctify: What We Do For You and How We Do It

What are Kidney Stones and how do you treat them?

Written by Mr Andrew Ballaro for Doctify
If, like me, your knowledge of kidney stones consists of Joey bent over double in agony in an old episode of Friends then this is the article for you. These small stones can cause big problems when left untreated so it’s useful to know what to look out for […]

By |May 4th, 2017|Conditions|Comments Off on What are Kidney Stones and how do you treat them?

GP Seminar: Future of Medicine

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Doctify and myGPevents are excited to be hosting an inspirational CPD event together in a great location. The Triangle Building in Camden is a beautiful co-working space and overlooks Camden Lock.
Topic

The future of medicine and futuristic treatments that are already being used in the NHS

PROGRAM:

6:30pm – 6:50pm: Mulled Wine on the terrace overlooking the […]

By |December 8th, 2016|In the Press|Comments Off on GP Seminar: Future of Medicine

Aspirin: Can you take it to Prevent Heart Disease?

Written by Dr Farooq Rahman for Doctify
Aspirin was originally used to treat pain, fever and inflammation. Nowadays it is more commonly taken by people who have heart disease to help prevent a heart attack. Research also suggests it can be taken by healthy people to prevent heart disease and bowel cancer, but the risk of […]

By |June 14th, 2016|Conditions|Comments Off on Aspirin: Can you take it to Prevent Heart Disease?

This week in Cardiology

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Interviewed by Gurminder for Doctify

If there’s one symptom that’s likely to give you palpitations, it’s this one. A beating heart is what keeps us alive so feeling like it’s going to jump out of your chest is going to worry anyone. Fortunately most of the time there is nothing wrong with the heart. […]

By |May 18th, 2016|Conditions|Comments Off on This week in Cardiology

Ask the Expert: Psoriasis

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Interviewed by Gurminder for Doctify

Leading dermatologist, Dr Adam Friedmann at The Harley Street Dermatology Clinic, has put together some information and advice on this commonly misunderstood skin condition.
What is it?

Psoriasis is an inflammatory skin condition that causes thickening, redness and scaling. It can affect the whole of the skin including the scalp and […]

By |April 19th, 2016|Skin & Beauty|Comments Off on Ask the Expert: Psoriasis

Ask the expert: Cataract Surgery

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Interviewed by Gurminder for Doctify

Finding out that you need any kind of surgery can be scary and may leave you feeling worried. If you or a family member are thinking about having cataracts surgery, let me try to reassure you: the operation is usually carried out under local anaesthetic and can be done […]

By |April 13th, 2016|Conditions|Comments Off on Ask the expert: Cataract Surgery

The First Time My Baby Fell Ill: Dr Martin Saweirs, GP

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Written by Dr Martin Saweirs for Doctify

We seemed to wait longer than most for our daughter to get her first real illness. With my wife and I both being doctors we figured we’d be fine, but we somewhat underestimated things.

At about five months old she picked up one of the myriad of bugs […]

By |March 31st, 2016|Parenting|Comments Off on The First Time My Baby Fell Ill: Dr Martin Saweirs, GP