Fractures and Urgent Care

Fractures

The London Orthopaedic Clinic boasts extremely experienced traumatologists which will diagnose and treat a wide variety of fractures of the upper and lower limb(excluding pelvis, spine and thoracic). All fractures of the Upper and Lower limb are extremely common and a regular occurrence. Our consultants will be available, especially with our after hours/emergency service to fix all fractures.

Ligament

All Ligament Injuries (e.g Collateral Cruciate ligaments, e.g ACL of the knee)

Muscle

All muscle injuries/ruptures (e.g torn quadricep, back muscle spasm)

Soft Tissue

Any other soft tissue damage (e.g cartilage, prolapse disc of the spine, nerves)

 

Get in touch with our Urgent Care Specialists using this online form

Please tick if you have insurance 

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

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    London Marathon is just around the corner and with thousands of runners about to embark on a challenge of a life time, we asked the London Orthopaedic Clinic’s Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and knee expert Mr Sean Curry, “is running bad for your knees?” The simple answer to this is, no, it isn’t. However there are […]

  • Skier’s Thumb: Everything you need to know

      Mr Simon Owen-Johnstone is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at The London Orthopaedic Clinic specialising in the upper limb. With the skiing season still in full swing, Mr Owen-Johnstone is seeing a prevalence of related injuries in particular a common condition called Skier’s Thumb. Mr Owen-Johnstone explains the condition and possible treatment options. What is Skier’s […]

  • Professor David Holder joins The London Orthopaedic Clinic

    We are delighted to announce that Professor David Holder has joined The London Orthopaedic Clinic to provide Neurophysiology Services including Nerve Conduction Studies and EMG (electromyography). Professor Holder trained in Clinical Medicine and Biophysics and has been a Consultant in Clinical Neurophysiology at University College Hospital since 1997 where he holds an NHS role as well […]