Orthopedic Care

We specialise in quick recovery surgery. Our orthopaedic surgeons specialise in minimally invasive bunion surgery, ankle procedures, upper limb and joint surgery. Arthroscopy and joint injections.

Orthopaedic Services

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    Wrist and Hand Surgery

    We are experts in the Carpal tunnel syndrome, ganglions, trigger finger, tenosynovitis, tennis elbow and all conditions affecting the hand and wrist. Our revolutionary minimally invasive techniques will allow rapid recovery and return to normal function. We offer fixed price packages for most procedures.

    Spinal Epiduroscopy

    Spinal epiduroscopy involves the use of a fibreoptic camera that is inserted through a needle device into the spinal canal under local anaesthetic to target areas of pathology in the spine. Under direct camera vision, most disc prolapses, scar tissue, or nerve inflammation can be targeted and relieved rapidly. Very few specialists in the UK are trained in this procedure.

    Extracorporeal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)

    ESWT uses acoustic shock waves to reach and vibrate tissue inside the affected area. The ESWT probe is placed on the skin above the affected area and sound waves are passed painlessly through the skin. ​

    Foot and Ankle Surgery

    Drug therapy or more scientifically known as pharmacotherapy, is simply the administration of different medications in the body to treat a particular disease or health condition.

    Interventional Radiology 

    Interventional Ultrasound and Intervantional CT Guided procedures are used in the treatment or diagnosis of different ailments. In this kind of procedure, ultrasound is used to track down the problem whilst an invasive procedure is carried out.


    “Fracture” is an orthopaedic term which defines the damage caused to a bone when it breaks. A fracture can suggest that a bone has a minor crack or it may have broken completely. We offer rapid effective treatments for all fractures affecting the extremities..


    Orthotics generally refers to shoe inserts designed to treat various conditions related to feet and ankle. An orthotics can also be in the form of a sleeve in which the foot, ankle and even knee can be inserted in order to help recover from dislocations, pains or any other condition.

    Frequently Asked Questions

    Recovery from orthopedic surgery typically ranges from a few weeks to several months, depending on the procedure’s extent and individual factors. Physical therapy and adherence to postoperative instructions aid in rehabilitation.

    Your ability to resume activities after orthopedic surgery depends on various factors, including the type of surgery, your overall health, and adherence to rehabilitation.

    Postoperative pain after orthopedic surgery can vary depending on the procedure, but it’s often managed with pain medications and other techniques to ensure comfort during recovery.

    Doctors Specialising in Orthopedic Care