The Meriden HospitalUniversity Hospital Site, Clifford Bridge Road, Coventry, Warwickshire, CV2 2LQ Directions
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Fast access to specialist surgeons who can assess, diagnose and treat a range of hip issues.
If you have been struggling with hip pain, life can become difficult. Hip pain can affect walking, lifting and even can create back pain.
At The Meriden Hospital, we have fast access to specialist surgeons in Coventry, Nuneaton and Rugby who can assess, diagnose and treat a range of hip issues.
Your initial consultation will involve an assessment from your consultant and also if available, reviews of any imaging that you have had, including MRI, X-Ray or ultrasound. If required you may be referred for a scan in order to help diagnose the cause of your pain.
Once a diagnosis has been gained, you may be referred for private hip pain treatment. This may include physiotherapy, joint injections and in some cases, surgery. The consultant will discuss all the best options for you, including any risks involved if you need surgery.
Thousands of private hip operations are carried out in the UK every year with no complications. But, like all surgery, there are some risks. These vary according to your particular operation, the problems in your hip, and the skills and experience of your surgeon.
You should discuss risks in detail with your consultant, and always ask him or her for information about their training and experience in the operation they propose, and the complication rates in their own practice.
The most important thing is to have time with your consultant. Bring a family member or friend with you if you like. Your surgeon should discuss with you what will happen before, during and after the operation, and how they and the nurses will manage any pain you might have.
Ask any questions you may have about your procedure, your time in hospital, and what will happen when you go home. Take this time with your consultant to ensure your mind is put at rest.
After most hip operations you can get up and about very quickly, even if you have had a total replacement. You may need to use crutches for a week or two, but regular exercise will help you return to normal activities as soon as possible.
Your surgeon and physiotherapist will give you detailed advice on this. Discuss it before your operation so you can get together any equipment or help you might need before you go into hospital.
Just remember, most people make very good recovery after surgery: they can reduce their pain, move more freely, and get back to the life they want to lead.
Accessing private healthcare is easy, whether you choose to pay directly or use private medical insurance.
If you are paying for yourself, we can usually offer an upfront cost which you can then choose to pay in full or access one of our easy payment options.
If you have insurance, we can arrange direct settlement with your insurance provider, although you should check in advance to see if your treatment is covered. For more information, visit our private medical insurance page.