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London Orthopaedic Clinic
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Hand and Wrist
We provide effective diagnosis and treatment for all aspects of hand and wrist injuries or conditions from scaphoid wrist fractures to trigger finger. Our dedicated hand specialist can treat the most complex soft-tissue conditions and our carpal tunnel clinic offers effective and quick treatment.
Shoulder and Elbow
The upper limb unit can provide surgical and non-surgical treatment for shoulder and elbow injuries as well soft-tissue conditions. Our specialities include arthroscopic shoulder surgery and ultrasound guided techniques for tendon problems. Complete emergency care is also available from our trauma specialists.
Spine and Pain
Our pain unit treats a variety of conditions that may cause spinal pain including sciatica, disc issues and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Treating spinal pain is not always a simple process and our experts can give you the best possible advice to manage your pain. Treatment includes conservative optimisation of medication, physical therapy as well as ultrasound guided injections.
Our highly skilled team of hip and knee specialists provide sensible and conservative treatment to allow patients to enjoy an active lifestyle later into their lives. Our specialties include hip and knee arthroscopies as well as tendon repairs as a result of trauma.
Common Conditions treated:
Femoro-acetabular impingement, Hip osteoarthritis, Hip pain, Knee cartilage injuries, Knee Ligament Injuries, Knee Pain, Osteoarthritis of the knee, Patella (kneecap) instability, Trochanteric Bursitis
Foot and Ankle
Our distinguished foot and ankle team offer experienced advice and comprehensive care for foot and ankle conditions and injuries. Our specialities include complex bunion surgery as well as efficient treatment for plantar fasciitis. Trauma care is also available from these specialists.
Encompassing a variety of conditions ranging from soft tissue such as trochanteric bursitis, hip tendonitis and labral tears to bone conditions such as femoro-acetabular impingement and hip osteoarthritis. Treatment is aimed at the underlying cause of pain and assessment would be made by a consultant. Further investigations such as scans may be necessary to make a diagnosis. Treatment can include physiotherapy, injections and surgery.
Why do I need arthroscopic shoulder stabilisation surgery? The reason someone may need arthroscopic shoulder stabilisation is that their shoulder has become unstable due to an injury. This injury may have occurred as a result of a fall or running into something. This is quite common in contact sports, for example. This injury can loosen […]
The patella is your kneecap. It is one of three bones that makes up the knee. All of these bones have cartilage on their mating surfaces. It is this cartilage that allows them to move smoothly when you bend and straighten your knee. The patella is also enclosed by a tendon. This tendon connects the […]