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Private surgery for hip pain at The Park Hospital
At The Park Hospital, we work with a network of talented orthopaedic surgeons in Nottingham who specialise in private treatment for hip pain. If the damage to your joint is too severe to be treated using conservative methods, hip surgery could be the right choice for you. If this is the case, we will build a bespoke treatment plan around your personal needs, supporting you in every way we can from beginning to end.
If you're looking for a private hospital near you, our team of hip specialists is ready and waiting to help you. We offer fast access to specialist appointments, with slots usually available within 48 hours. Call or book online today.
This type of arthritis causes chronic pain and stiffness, which in turn has a negative impact on your overall mobility and quality of life. This is the most common type of arthritis in the UK, occurring when the smooth cartilage which protects and cushions your joints becomes worn down over time. It tends to happen as we get older. Symptoms differ from person to person with osteoarthritis.
(RA) is an inflammatory joint condition caused by an autoimmune process, which occurs when your body attacks its healthy cells by mistake. This often causes severe pain, swelling, inflammation and limited mobility. RA can be managed with steroid injection therapy, but might need surgery to treat if your joints becoming increasingly damaged by the condition.
Fractures are usually caused by a traumatic injury such as a contact sports injury, but they can sometimes be caused by a condition that weakens your hip bone, such as osteoporosis. A hip fracture can cause intense pain, making it impossible for you to move your leg.
Bursitis happens when the fluid filled sacs (known as bursa) that cushion and protect your joints become inflamed. This can result in pain and swelling in your joints. Usually it presents as a dull, aching pain that can persist even when you take traditional painkillers or try gentle stretching.
Whatever the cause of your hip pain, our consultants at The Park Hospital in Nottingham can help by providing a range of surgical treatment options.
An arthroscopy can help diagnose and treat a range of problems in your hip. It is a keyhole operation, which means it's performed using a few small cuts. Your surgeon will use specially designed surgical tools to access your hip joint through these small incisions, meaning they don't need to 'open up' your hip. One of these tools will be a camera (known as an arthroscope), allowing them to see inside your hip and perform surgery.
Hip replacement surgery involves removing bits of your hip joint that have become damaged and replacing them with artificial elements, also known as implants or a prosthesis. This should remove the source of your pain, helping you to walk more easily and letting you get back to living life as normal.
Hip debridement surgery removes damaged components surrounding your hip joint to help it to function properly and remain flexible. This damage might include excess bone or abnormal tissue, which is often associated with soft tissue lesions (abnormal tissue) in your hip joint.
Hip replacements are highly effective in treating damage to your hip bone. They usually last for at least 15 years, with some lasting for more. Hip revision surgery is surgery to repair an artificial hip joint (prosthesis) that has become damaged or loose over time. It follows a similar process to hip replacement surgery.
No matter the surgery you need, we will ensure you get fast access to the best treatment for you with a consultant of your choice at The Park Hospital in Nottingham.
Our fixed-price packages include the cost of your surgery and all appropriate aftercare appointments. However, any pre-surgery diagnostic tests and your consultant's outpatient appointment consultation fees are charged separately.
Our flexible payment options help you spread the cost of your payment across a time period that suits you. We offer fixed-term monthly payment plans over one to five years with no deposit required. If you decide to pay over 10 months, you will pay interest-free. If you are paying for a longer period, you will pay 14.9% APR.
If you have private health insurance, hip surgery will usually be covered by your provider. Speak to your insurer directly to find out.
*These are just guide prices and only for patients who are paying for their own treatment. The actual cost of your treatment will be confirmed in writing at the time of booking.
During this initial appointment, your consultant will ask about your general health and medical history. They will want to know about any existing medical conditions, as well as the current symptoms you are experiencing.
To assess your symptoms and make an accurate diagnosis of your pain, your consultant will next carry out a gentle physical examination of your hip. In some cases, they might also send you to get an X-ray, which will be done onsite by one of our radiographers. All of this helps your consultant to make a diagnosis of the cause of your hip pain.
The time you'll wait between your initial consultation and having surgery (or any other treatment you're recommended) will differ from person to person. For example, someone who has suffered a traumatic injury may need to be seen very quickly. Your consultant will provide you with a fixed timeline for treatment.
"I also received excellent aftercare from the physiotherapist, Heather who was amazing. She was interested in me, and I had full confidence in her knowledge and expertise. She made me feel at ease and my trust in her was justified.
"My surgeon was Mr Benjamin Bloch who listened to all my concerns that had made me delay having an operation for a long time. He was reassuring and easy to talk to and explained in simple language what was involved.
"Crutches and pain are now a distant memory and being able to walk properly again is a relief beyond words."
"Hip arthritis can mean everyday activities and exercise are difficult to perform, however surgery can lead to freedom from pain and improved mobility without restraint.
"Hip conditions such as arthritis can negatively impact a person's quality of life and impair one's enjoyment from sporting pursuits and hobbies. It can affect patients of all ages. Hip surgery, such as joint replacement, is aimed at improving one's quality of life and getting patients back to doing the things they enjoy."
We have recently invested in a range of state-of-the-art equipment, allowing for faster diagnosis times and access to the best treatment options. This investment includes a new CT scanner, X-ray equipment, and an MRI scanner. Our extensive facilities include five theatres and an onsite cancer centre with chemotherapy and radiotherapy. We also have a private GP service offering fast and affordable private prescriptions for your convenience.
If you're looking for a consultant hip surgeon near you, our private hospital in Nottingham offers fast access to expert treatment from leading hip specialists, as well as committed and compassionate care from a multidisciplinary team of staff.
Your private ensuite room will be complete with temperature control, as well as a television. We also have wet rooms with an accessible toilet and shower to help you use the bathroom safely. Your healthcare team will be on hand to get you whatever you need to feel as comfortable as possible during your stay with us.
The Park Hospital is located just north of Nottingham, off the A60. It is located next to Burntstump Country Park and close to Papplewick Pumping Station. Other close by landmarks include Miller and Carter Restaurant on the A60 and the Police and Fire Headquarters.
Yes, The Park Hospital has 178 parking spaces, including disabled spaces. We also have four electric charging points.
We do not see Children under 16 at The Park Hospital. We do offer specialist consultations, including minor interventional procedures and operations as well as imaging and physiotherapy, for ages 16 to 18.
This this depends on the type of surgery you have as well as your individual circumstances. If you have hip replacement surgery, you are usually in hospital for two to three days following surgery. If you have a hip arthroscopy, you can typically return home on the same day as surgery. We will advise when it is safe for you to leave, and ensure you have all the information and equipment you need to continue your recovery at home.
If you want to know more about our treatment options, book your appointment online today or call us to speak to one of our friendly advisors.