London Orthopaedic Clinic’s dedicated Hip Team provides a same day* service for assessment, diagnosis and treatment of hip and groin conditions. Our Consultants are internationally renowned experts and utilise innovative technologies and surgical techniques to evaluate and repair damage to the hip joint.
We are well equipped to help a wide spectrum of patients, from professional and amateur sportsmen and women, elderly patients struggling with arthritis of the hip, traumatic injuries, through to second opinions and revision surgery.
Our Consultants offer a bespoke service, as unique as you, that factors your family life, work commitments and travel and lifestyle choices and we aim to treat the majority of cases with non-invasive treatment options. When surgery is required, our team operate at a number of prestigious private hospitals across London to suit your requirements and travel options.
To arrange an appointment with a member of our Hip Team, please contact our friendly bookings team:
*same day appointments are available Monday – Friday.
To avoid disappointment, please call before 12pm for a same day appointment.
Would you please be kind enough to pass on my thanks to (Mr. Ghoz and his) surgical team for the manner in which they looked after me prior, during, and post operation. Would you also record my thanks to the nursing staff on the ward for the professional, compassionate, dignified and not least good humoured manner in which they cared for me during my stay. Lastly and by no means least I would like to thank you for your care, understanding and skill in sorting me out!
November 23, 2016
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Or alternatively call us M-F 8am-8pm on 020 7186 1000
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