3rd July 2019 – Our client Mrs S from East Kent was under the care of Mr James Ritchie (Consultant Orthopedic surgeon). She decided to have a right total ankle replacement in 2012 because her right ankle was significantly symptomatic and it was interfering with her day to day life.
28th April’19 – Our client, a 35-year-old woman from Ramsgate, Kent, underwent right knee surgery at the William Harvey Hospital (Ashford) in November 2011.
Subsequently, she developed a post-operative soft tissue infection.
05.02.19 – Our client, a 48-year-old man from Broadstairs, Kent, was suffering with a bony prominence on the top of his left foot, which had been present for some years and which caused him some discomfort when wearing his work boots (but was otherwise of no consequence), when he was referred by his GP to the orthopaedic team at the QEQM Hospital in 2007 to ascertain what treatment options were available / recommended.
8th Nov 2018 – Our Client, Ms S, from Ashford, Kent came to see us following surgery to remove exostoses (a protuberance of bone) in her right leg in September 2013.Continue reading this article
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