Foot and Ankle Conditions

The London Orthopaedic Clinic offers specialised care and first class level of attention derived from a wealth of experience to treat foot and ankle conditions. You can feel confident that you will receive comprehensive care for a variety of injuries and conditions from fractures to bunion treatment.

I woke up this morning (day after) with NO knee/leg pain and now I can fully enjoy the rest of my vacation (three more weeks). A big thank you!!!

June 6, 2016

Foot and Ankle Problems

Achilles tendon rupture
Ankle fractures
Ankle osteoarthritis
Ankle sprain
Big toe arthritis (Hallux rigidis)
Bone spur in heel
Bunions (hallux valgus)
Degenerative joint disease
Diabetic foot problems
Hammer toes
High arched foot – pes cavus
Ingrown toenails
Lesser toe deformity
Morton’s neuroma
Pain in the bottom of the foot
Pen plaus – flat foot
Peroneal tendon disorder
Plantar fasciitis
Rheumatoid arthritis

Foot and Ankle Treatments

Achilles tendon
Ankle arthroscopy
Ankle fusion
Ankle ligament reconstruction
Ankle osteoarthritis surgery
Ankle replacement
Big toe cheilectomy
Big toe fusion
Bunion surgery
Diabetic foot reconstruction surgery
Excision of Morton’s neuroma
Flat foot surgery
Hammer toe correction
Lateral ligament reconstruction
Minimally invasive foot surgery
Orthotics or insoles
Physiotherapy
Shockwave therapy
Sprained ankle treatment
Steroid injections
Surgery for Insertional achilles
Tendinopathy

Get in touch with our Foot & Ankle Specialists using this online form

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Or alternatively call us M-F 8am-8pm on 020 7186 1000

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