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So 2 weeks have past since the epic ‘Race to the Stones’ 100km Ultramarathon, and I sit here and reflect on the past year or so, since I decided to go out of my comfort zone and challenge myself by entering this crazy event. Firstly, I’m full of emotion due to the ove...

July 2019

So its under 2 weeks to go and things are hotting up …. 33c on Saturday eeekkk..I’m just really keen to get it underway now but am still a little apprehensive about the second part of the race. I had a great planning evening with our good friend Steve Brown,...

June 2019 When I thought it couldn’t get any more bonkers I’m writing this with the worst DOMS (delayed onset muscle soreness) I have ever had!

We had a great trip back to La Santa for the Easter break and although the weather wasn’t as good as in February, I managed a massive 88 km of training in total. This was split into 4 long runs and I felt good at the start at the week, fell into the ‘overtraining’ trap...

3 months to go till the 100k ‘Race to the Stones’ challenge and training has steadily increased with some great trails around the local countryside. The big weekend had to be the super Saturday down in Cardiff to watch Wales win the grand slam followed by my first Re...

May 18, 2018

Reading Hip & Knee Consultant Mr Nev Davies and Consultant anaesthetist Dr Jon Mayer not only make a great team in the operating theatre, they won the famous Morris cup at the annual medical golf Society summer meeting at Walton Heath golf club today. This prestigious...

April 23, 2018

Perthes disease, a hip disorder in young children, is defined as idiopathic (unknown cause) avascular necrosis (disruption of the blood supply) of the capital femoral epiphysis. (top part of the ball of the growing hip joint). First described around 1910 independently...

March 18, 2018

This blog aims to explain the functional anatomy, clinical symptoms and treatment plan for patients presenting with this common growth related anterior knee pain.

January 22, 2018

As of Monday 22nd January, Mr Nev Davies can be contacted via one single secretary for all queries and appointments.