The Sloane Hospital125 Albemarle Road, Beckenham, Kent, BR3 5HS Directions
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At The Sloane Hospital in Beckenham offer a wide range of orthopaedic procedures
If you’re experiencing joint pain, or have suffered a sporting injury, we could put you on the path to recovery.
Orthopaedics is the area of medicine that looks after our muscles, bones and joints.
When you visit The Sloane Hospital, our consultants will work with you to create a bespoke treatment plan tailored to your needs. We pride ourselves on our commitment to professional, personalised care.
We offer treatment whether you have injured yourself, have an ongoing problem, or want to find out why you are in pain. Our aim is to have you back doing daily activities as quickly as possible.
Our team deals with a wide variety of conditions and complaints. People commonly come to us if they’re experiencing pain, stiffness, injury or other discomfort in their:
Our specialist team includes orthopaedic surgeons, spinal surgeons, radiologists, physiotherapists and more. They work together to offer fast diagnosis and get you on the path to treatment and recovery as soon as possible.
At The Sloane Hospital, we offer a wide variety of treatments, both surgical and non-surgical. If your pain is affecting your quality of life, and less invasive methods aren’t working any more, you may be recommended surgery.
Some of our most common procedures are:
ACL reconstruction surgery involves repairing or reconstructing the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), which is located behind the knee.
ACL reconstruction surgery is a common procedure for those who have suffered a sports injury.
Subacromial decompression is a procedure that treats shoulder impingement, which is pain caused by your bones and tendons rubbing together.
Shoulder impingement can be the result of a sports injury or of wear and tear on the shoulder tendons.
Carpal tunnel surgery is performed on the wrist to alleviate pain and discomfort caused by abnormal pressure on the median nerve.
Carpal tunnel surgery can help to improve function and mobility, as well as reduce the amount of pain you may be experiencing.