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81. Working with our West Yorkshire partners  
Here at CHFT our colleagues pride ourselves on providing quality care with compassion for our local communities in Greater Huddersfield and Calderdale. We are also very proud of our role in…  
82. Patients and Visitors  
You can access our patient information leaflets using the button below.  Breastfeeding mums are very welcome across the whole of our Trust. If you need private facilities please ask a member…  
83. Bowel preparation for Colonoscopy or Sigmoidoscopy  
RETURN TO MAIN ENDOSCOPY PAGE - CLICK HERE Colonoscopy If you are having a colonoscopy you will need to take a solution to completely clear your bowel before the procedure. The…  
84. Preparation for procedure  
Prior to the day of your procedure, you will have a pre-assessment (usually by telephone). The nurse will ask you a number of questions about your health to ensure you are able to prepare safely…  
85. Colonoscopy  
What is a Colonoscopy? Colonoscopy - easy read leaflet A Colonoscopy is a test which allows the Endoscopist to look directly at the lining of the large bowel (colon). A long flexible tube about…  
86. Board of Directors Meeting Dates and Papers  
Dates of upcoming Board meetings - 2024 Agenda/Papers Time and Date Venue Agenda 10:15 am - 2:00 pm Thursday 11 January…  
87. Fibromyalgia  
Fibromyalgia is a form of chronic pain. Chronic pain (sometimes known as persistent pain) is pain that lasts for more than 3 months. Chronic pain can be split into primary and secondary…  
88. Osteoporosis  
Osteoporosis is a bone weakening condition which can lead to bones becoming fragile and at risk of fractures. Usually, people will be referred to physiotherapy after a fracture, including spinal…  
89. Joint Hypermobility Syndromes  
Hypermobile joints are common in the general population and many individuals with hypermobility do not experience any significant difficulties. In fact, in many situations such as sportspeople and…  
90. Inflammatory back pain  
What Can I Do To Help Myself? Many rheumatological conditions are classed as long- term conditions meaning that either you will live with them for many years or in some cases indefinitely. …  
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