Masham Road

Cantley, Doncaster

South Yorkshire

DN4 6BU

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Practice code - C86012

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Minor Surgery


 One injection can be booked into a 10-minute routine appointment


 All minor surgery should be booked into the minor surgery session which usually happen on a Wednesday afternoon.  These appointments are booked by reception.  


 If you want to book a patient in for minor surgery, then inform reception and they will do the booking.


 All patients requiring minor surgery will need to be checked by Dr Eggitt first to ensure the lesion is suitable for surgery and that it can be removed in house.  Please speak to Dr Eggitt whilst the patient is with you.



 

SLP

Shoulder joint injection

Knee joint injection

Small skin tag - liquid nitrogen

Medium skin tag - liquid nitrogen

Large skin tag - minor surgery

Solar keratosis - for topical Picato unless isolated lesion.

Warts - use otc treatment first line

Benign skin lesions - needs individual review

  


RH

Small skin tag - liquid nitrogen

Medium skin tag - liquid nitrogen

Solar keratosis - for topical Picato unless isolated lesion.

Warts - use otc treatment first line



DE

Shoulder joint injection

Knee joint injection

Tennis elbow injection

Golfer’s elbow injection

Trochanteric pain injection

Plantar fasciitis injection

Drainage of prepatella bursa

Drainage of olecranon bursa

Small skin tag - liquid nitrogen

Medium skin tag - liquid nitrogen

Large skin tag - minor surgery

Solar keratosis - for topical Picato unless isolated lesion.

Warts - use otc treatment first line

Skin cyst - minor surgery

Benign skin lesions - needs individual review

Small lipoma - minor surgery.  



 Repeat steroid injections can be given 4-6 monthly if they are effective.  If they are not effective, then there is no point in trying another injection.  


 Any queries or questions: please discuss with individual clinician