Sports and Orthopaedic Medicine

The London Orthopaedic Clinic can provide prevention, diagnosis and management of orthopaedic conditions related to sports and lifestyle in collaboration with our physiotherapist and exercise specialist colleagues in the Harley Street area. Our on-site Rheumatologist can help patients manage orthopaedic conditions such as osteoporosis to help maintain an active lifestyle.

We treat a variety of sports injuries including winter sports injuries and The London Orthopaedic Clinic is also recognised as a centre for excellence for performing arts medicine including specialist treatment for dancers who rely on their physical dexterity every day.

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

Get in touch with our Sports Orthopaedic 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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  • Compression grips for pianists – do they help or harm?

    Katherine Butler assesses the effectiveness of compression grips for pianists – do they help or harm?   The focus of performing arts medicine/is performance enhancement through injury prevention. It is essential that musicians warm up and cool down before and after playing, keep their instrument well maintained, develop healthy practice habits and live a balanced […]

  • Sciatica

      What is sciatica? Sciatica is a term used to describe any kind of pain caused by irritation or compression of the sciatic nerve. The sciatic nerve is comprised of several nerves that branch out from each side of the lower spine. These nerves merge together to form the sciatic nerve, which runs through the […]

  • Whiplash

    What is whiplash? Whiplash is a type of neck injury caused by a sudden unexpected backward and/or forward jerking movement of the head, resulting in damage to the soft tissues (e.g. muscles, ligaments, discs, nerves) of the neck. Although whiplash is most commonly associated with motor vehicle accidents, it can also be caused by other […]