Hip and Knee Conditions

The London Orthopaedic Clinic offers a specialised hip and knee unit with quick assessment, diagnosis and treatment of lower limb conditions. We are also able to treat sports related injuries to the knee and lower leg including arthroscopic knee and ankle surgery, management of stress fractures and compartment syndrome. Our consultants are able to give you peace of mind on all conditions from fractures to cartilage injuries and joint replacements. We offer patients the latest revolutionary techniques including hip arthroscopies and computer navigated knee replacement.

Have always found the clinic gives excellent service, both with Mr Lloyd Williams and Mr Sean Curry

June 6, 2016

Hip Problems

Acetabular labral tears
Femoro acetabular impingement
Fractured hip – broken hip
Hip arthritis
Hip dysplasia
Hip impingement
Hip pain
Osteonecrosis
Snapping hip syndrome
Trochanteric bursitis

Knee Problems

Arthritis in knee
Knee bursitis
Knee dislocation
Knee tendonitis
Knee pain
Meniscal tears
Patella alta – high riding patella
Patella dislocation (kneecap dislocation)
Patella instability
Torn cartilage in knee
Torn ligament in knee

Hip Treatments

Cemented hip replacement
hip arthroscopy
Hip replacement using durable bearing surfaces
Hip resurfacing
Hip revision
Total hip replacement
Uncemented hip replacement

Knee Treatments

ACL graft choice
ACL reconstructon
Biological knee replacements
Chondrotissue grafts
Knee arthroscopy
Knee cartilage repair
Knee cartilage replacement
Knee ligament reconstruction
Knee replacement and knee resurfacing
Knee strenthening exercises
Knee surgery
Meniscal repair
Meniscal replacement
Meniscal transplantation
Osteotomy
Patellofemoral surgery
Physiotherapy

Get in touch with our Hip & Knee 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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