Fractures

As a first time patient, I was very impressed with efficiency, kindness and care given by everyone

June 6, 2016

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).

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)

My experience at my initial consultation was extremely good and the fact that one can have their xrays done at the same time, on site, and immediately discuss the results with their consultant in 1 appointment is fantastic and so much better than having to go elsewhere and then arrange a follow-up appointment to see the xrays. Things really have moved on! :-) Everyone was very punctual, professional, friendly and approachable and the whole experience felt seemless from start to finish. Thank you!

June 6, 2016

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