Specialities

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.

 

  • Foot and Ankle Conditions

    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.

  • Fractures

    The London Orthopaedic Clinic has a number of experienced traumatologists which will diagnose and treat a wide variety of fractures of the upper and lower limb(excluding pelvis, spine and thoracic).

  • 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.

  • Hip and Knee Conditions

    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.

  • Limb Reconstruction Surgery and Techniques

    The general term for the treatment of complex, non-union fractures is often referred to as limb reconstruction. We can offer expertise, modern and innovative treatment using the llizarov technique to assist patients who have previously suffered complications to repair bones that have not healed in the usual way.

  • Neurophysiology

    Neurophysiology assesses function of the nervous system. The nervous system divides into central (brain and spinal cord) and peripheral nervous system (nerves in arms, trunk and legs, junction between nerves and muscles and muscles). The London Orthopaedic Clinic offers the latter assessment only Nerve Conduction Studies (NCS) and Electomyography (EMG).

  • Shoulder and Elbow Conditions

    The upper limb unit can provide surgical and non-surgical treatment for shoulder and elbow injuries as well soft-tissue conditions. Our specialties include arthroscopic shoulder surgery and ultrasound guided techniques tendon problems. Complete emergency care is also available from our trauma specialists.

  • Back pain

    Our pain unit treats a variety of conditions that may cause back pain including sciatica, disc issues and Complex Regional Pain Syndrome. Treating back 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.

  • Sports and Orthopaedic Medicine

    We offer prevention, diagnosis and management of injuries and orthopaedic conditions related to sports and an active lifestyle. Our on-site Rheumatologist can help patients to manage orthopaedic conditions such as osteoporosis. We are also an eminent centre for performing arts medicine.

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  • Opportunity Available: Healthcare Assistant

    London Orthopaedic Clinic is currently recruiting  for a full time, dynamic, conscientious Healthcare Assistant to join our clinical team. The position is available immediately and is temporary until December when it may become permanent. The right candidate will need to be confident, well organised and have outstanding communication and administration skills. Responsibilities will include meeting […]

  • Everything you need to know about dislocated kneecaps

    An overview of a dislocated kneecap May I just say, this has happened to me and it hurts like hell so I feel your pain! My knee dislocated when playing football, I made a sudden change in direction and heard the popping sound mentioned below. A dislocation of the kneecap can also happen if you […]

  • The ins and outs of a dislocated wrist

    There are eight bones that make up your wrist called carpal bones and a dislocation can be of any one of these carpal bones. In most cases, a dislocated wrist will occur after a fall or other traumatic event. As the wrist is a relatively small area on your body, it should be quite clear […]