First run in 1930, the Monsal Hill Climb has been the must-do challenge for any cyclist for 86 years now and competition is getting tougher and tougher with people from all over the UK and further afield coming to have a go at beating the record.
Hip and knee replacements in the independent sector contributed a massive £540 to £691 million towards the UK economy for the years 2014/2015, taking immense strain off the NHS.
The 2016 Olympic and Paralympic games have sadly come to an end in Rio de Janeiro and what a year it has been. Team GB had the most successful games since 1908, winning a total of 67 medals in the Olympics and 147 in the Paralympics.
It’s National Eye Health Week! Our eyes play a vital role in our day to day lives, without the gift of sight, many tasks would simply be impossible such as driving, walking down the street, going food shopping and watching TV.
We recently caught up with Connor to discuss his road back onto the bike and how he’s feeling after his injuries.
Peripheral artery disease is a type of vascular disease which affects the bodies blood vessels. Where many may experience little or no symptoms, others can find the symptoms of PAV debilitating with even walking becoming a challenge.
HMT was honoured to be sponsoring the Community Champion Award which could be awarded to anyone from individuals to an organisation such as a youth group, company, school or pub who work hard in order to better their local community.
HMT is delighted to sponsor The Heart of Lincolnshire Community Awards which is such a fantastic event which benefits the local community and rewards those who work tirelessly to help care for others within the local community.
We would like to thank each patient who take the time out to send us thank you letters, and we would also like to take this opportunity to thank every team member at The Healthcare Management Trust.
We’re excited to announce our support of the upcoming Cleethorpes Cycle Fest which takes place on Saturday 17th September 2016 and is organised by NEL Lindsey Go-Ride member, Joe Laverick and Dave Evans.