Services – Treatment

The London Orthopaedic Clinic provides high performance orthopaedic treatment, expert advice and care from a team of vastly experienced surgeons and physicians who can make a real difference to patients’ lives. We provide a range of treatment options for all types of orthopaedic complaints.

 

  • Autologous Conditioned Plasma (ACP)

    ACP is used in the healing process of a patient and ensures that a patient is sufficiently supplied with his/ her own blood, blood that has been furthered treated to boost the healing process.

  • Biomechanics

    Biomechanics is an in-depth scientific study about how the skeletal and muscular systems in a human body react to different conditions

  • Drug Therapy

    Drug therapy or more scientifically known as pharmacotherapy, is simply the administration of different medications in the body to treat a particular disease or health condition.

  • Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)

    ESWT uses acoustic shock waves to reach and vibrate tissue inside the affected area. The ESWT probe is placed on the skin above the affected area and sound waves are passed painlessly through the skin. ​

  • Fractures

    "Fracture" is an orthopaedic term which defines the damage caused to a bone when it breaks. A fracture can suggest that a bone has a minor crack or it may have broken completely.

  • Interventional Ultrasound

    Interventional Ultrasound is a procedure that is used in the treatment or diagnosis of different ailments. In this kind of procedure, ultrasound is used to track down the problem whilst an invasive procedure is carried out.

  • Medical Aids

    Medical aids refers to a wide range of apparatus and equipment to help with mobility pre, during or post treatment.

  • Orthopaedic Casts

    A plaster cast is a shell constructed from fiberglass or plaster that is built around a limb or other part of the body to hold it in place during repair and until healing is complete.

  • Orthotics

    Orthotics generally refers to shoe inserts designed to treat various conditions related to feet and ankle. An orthotics can also be in the form of a sleeve in which the foot, ankle and even knee can be inserted in order to help recover from dislocations, pains or any other condition.

  • Pain Management

    Pain management is the process of reducing and eliminating pain caused by injuries, long term conditions and post-surgery.

  • Physiotherapy

    Physiotherapy or physical therapy - as it is sometimes know - is a kind of a therapy which is performed to rehabilitate the skeletal, muscular and nervous systems of the body using movement, massage and manipulation.

  • Podiatry

    Podiatric medicine or podiatry is a field of medicine in which the problems related to foot and ankle or related parts of the leg are diagnosed and treated.

  • Psychology

    Psychology in the orthopaedic setting is often related to pain management but not exclusively - we provide psychological therapy services for a range of needs.

  • Scar Management

    The process of treating scarred areas to make the scar less visible is known as scar management.

  • Surgery - Arthroscopy

    Arthroscopy is the process of getting internal images of the body through a tube containing a source of light along with a camera.

  • Surgery - Limb Replacement / Lengthening

    Limb lengthening is the process of straightening a bone in case it is deformed or unusually bent in a certain direction. Limb Replacement is the procedure of replacing a bone that is missing.

  • Surgery - Minimally Invasive Surgery (MIS)

    Minimally invasive surgical procedures make use of small incisions to perform surgery, making it less risky and faster to recover from as compared to "open" surgeries.

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  • What Is Calcific Tendonitis?

      Calcific tendonitis is a build up of calcium deposits in your muscles or tendons. Although this build-up of calcium can occur in any part of your body, one of the most common places for the build-up to occur is in your rotator cuff. The rotator cuff is a grouping of tendons and muscles that […]

  • Why Do I Need Foot Physiotherapy?

      There are plenty of reason why someone may need to have foot physiotherapy. You may need to have physiotherapy on one of your feet after an injury or operation. In this case, it is to get your foot performing normally after this trauma. You may also need to have physiotherapy when you have a […]

  • Why Is My Ankle Giving Way?

      What does it mean when your ankle gives way? Your ankle giving way actually has a medical name which is chronic ankle instability. It is a condition in which, you will sprain your ankle for seemingly no reason at all. Typically, these sprains will occur when you are running or walking, but sometimes they […]