Bone and joint pain
We will all suffer from some form of bone or joint pain in our lives.
What is important is that we act quickly to manage the condition and prevent it from restricting our lifestyles.
Chronic pain can become debilitating by restricting your movements and interrupting your sleep. Your pain can affect you and all your family.
At our facility we can offer you care and support, from the diagnosis of your problem through to treatment and rehabilitation.
Get back to normal life
Improving your condition could be as simple as having a non-surgical treatment.
If you do require surgery, you can be assured that your treatment will be led by a fully qualified specialist consultant and their team.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction
Surgery to repair the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and stabilise the knee joint.
Arthroscopy of the knee
An arthroscopy allows your surgeon to see inside your knee using a camera inserted through small cuts in the skin.
Knee Replacement Surgery
Surgery to remove the damaged surfaces of the knee and replace these with an artificial knee joint made of metal, plastic, ceramic, or a combination of these materials.
Hip Replacement Surgery
Surgery to remove the damaged ball and socket of the hip and replace with an artificial ball and socket made of metal, plastic, ceramic, or a combination of these materials.
Hand and Wrist Surgery
Surgery to relieve pain caused by pressure on the median nerve in the wrist.
Surgery to remove scar-like tissue from under the skin of the fingers and palm of the hand.
Surgery to treat spinal stenosis (narrowing of the spinal canal).
Lumbar Spinal Decompression
Surgery to relieve pain in the spine and legs.
Shoulder Surgery (Rotator Cuff)
Surgery to treat impingement or a tear to the shoulder rotator cuff.
Total Shoulder Replacement
Surgery to replace the shoulder joint.
Foot and Ankle Surgery
Surgery for Problems of the Small Toes
Surgery for Bunions
Take the next step - we’re here to help you
We are here to support your throughout your care and there is always some one to help just a phone call away.
Your care will be tailored to your individual needs. Many treatments are offered as a daycase on an outpatient basis but should you need to stay with us, a single room will offer the privacy and peace you need to recover from your procedure.
Friends and family can visit at any time and our rigorous cleaning regime ensures the chances of infection are minimal.