Thursday, 12 March 2009

Interview for BBC online

This morning, Richard returned the The Whiteley Clinic, 2 and a half days after his LSA (Laser Sweat Ablation) operation.

He is returning to work at lunchtime today, having had a shower and removing his dressings.

There is a little bruising of the underarms - and he will wear his compression top (like a small waistcoat) for the next week or so.

However, his arms are fully mobile and with his normal clothes on, you would not be able to tell that he had had the surgery.

BBC Online came to film him on his return to the clinic today. I was asked to give a description of the surgery (see picture) and Richard was interviewed about his views and his recovery.

The full video will be on BBC online under health - probably being released next Monday.

Richard's fast recovery shows that LSA (Laser Sweat Ablation) is a true walk-in walk-out procedure.

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