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Mrs Christine Craig

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Written by a patient at Trafford General Hospital
28th October 2019

What a great visit to see Mrs Craig, checked in clinic 14:45, my appointment was for 14:55, very personable lady, she explained all results, I was able to ask questions if I needed, sent me for a blood test I was back in the car at 15:15 on my way home. Ggrrrreat.

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Written by a patient at Spire Manchester Hospital
23rd October 2019

I've only had an initial consultation with with Mrs Craig but i'm extremely impressed. She was lovely, very personable and able to create a relaxed environment in which I felt able to discuss those things which we often don't like to discuss! She took the time to listen to everything I wished to mention, I never felt rushed and I was provided with clear information and plans. From my one appointment I feel assured that Mrs Craig is the best person to help find the root of my issues.

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Written by a patient at Manchester Royal Infirmary
5th October 2019

What a lovely lady.she makes you feel totally at ease,she listens and empathises.I was treated with professional warmth and dignity. I had to bear my bottom She also felt my tum Another thing I have to do is learn to use my thumb?? ha ha ,I am taking your advice and will be embarking on the lovely Flaxseeds (not) tomorrow.I went to You Tube and watched the “Unicorn Poop” video .... it made me smile. If anyone has a bottom problem I think Mrs Craig is “TOPS!” Thank you so much x

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Written by a carer at Trafford General Hospital
24th September 2019

I went with my hearing impaired, partially sighted 89 year old Mum for the appointment. Mrs Craig was excellent, speaking clearly and loudly to my Mum so that she could hear and gave a thorough and easy to understand explanation of what Mums problems were and what was to be done about them. She used clear diagrams to illustrate her explanations and provided us with a leaflet to take home. All the staff we encountered from the reception onward were very helpful and friendly. My Mum was completely put at her ease and we both came away feeling we had been fully informed and had been given excellent care and attention by Mrs Craig and all the staff at Trafford General. Thank you very much.

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Written by a patient at Spire Manchester Hospital
17th September 2019

I went to see Mrs Craig with a problem in my bottom Mrs Craig diagnose this as an anel fistular Being non-medical a cotton/silk thread was inserted and I was instructed to floss this on a daily basis. I cannot begin to explain the pain over the first few days. It was unbearable and I needed to take painkillers I was reassured by Mrs Craig that it would get easier although at that stage I was very sceptical. As the days progressed it did indeed get much easier and I was able to come off the painkillers and floss as per my instructions. There is minimal discomfort now and flossing as per the instructions now forms part of my daily routine A big thank you to Mrs Craig for her assurance that it will get easier which thankfully it did!

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Mrs Christine Craig was awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate of excellence in 2019 for delivering outstanding care.

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I am an experienced female Colorectal and General Surgeon. I qualified in Leeds in 1998 and returned to work in Manchester a year later. My NHS post is at Manchester Royal Infirmary but I also provide outreach clinics, endoscopy and Day Case Surgery at Trafford and Altrincham General Hospitals. As a Colorectal Surgeon, I specialise in diagnosing and treating bowel cancers and other bowel conditions but I also deal with all those bottom/bum issues that you don't really wish to discuss with anyone..... I am JAG accredited in endoscopy (Gastroscopy; Flexible Sigmoidoscopy and Colonoscopy) and an experienced laparoscopic surgeon. BOTTOMS - bleeding; pain; itchiness; rectal prolapse; rectal discharge; piles; anal skin tags; fissures; fistulas; anal stenosis; pilonidal disease; abscesses. Banding of piles; haemorrhoidectomy; removal of anal skin tags; fistula treatment; fissure treatment including Botox injections. BOWELS - Altered bowel habit; diarrhoea and loose stools; constipation; faecal incontinence; blood/mucus/slime; pain/discomfort; Inflammatory bowel diseases; appendicitis; diverticular disease and diverticulitis and its complications; bowel cancers; rectal cancers; small bowel problems; stomas (ileostomy and colostomy). Endoscopy - Gastroscopy; Flexible Sigmoidoscopy and Colonoscopy; Open and Laparoscopic (key hole) bowel surgery; Stoma formation and revision stoma reversal; ANAEMIA and WEIGHT LOSS. ABDOMEN - pain; swelling; lumps/masses; hernia (inguinal hernia; incisional hernia; epigastric hernia; umbilical hernia; femoral hernia; ventral hernia); abscess. SKIN - lumps and bumps

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