Musculoskeletal injuries and disorders can cause pain, swelling and stiffness. Persistent joint pain can disrupt your sleep, performance at work, family life and relationships, which can in turn affect your overall quality of life.
If treatment options such as physiotherapy and steroid injections have not helped alleviate your symptoms, you might require surgery.
Our dedicated network Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons work with a multidisciplinary team of specialists across our hospitals to investigate your symptoms, execute your treatment plan and provide consistent support throughout your healthcare journey.
Your Consultant will discuss the cost of your surgery in greater detail at your first consultation, after which a quote of your fixed price package will be provided.
We offer several easy payment options that allow you to spread the cost of your payment across a timeframe that suits you. These include:
Our flexible payments option from Chrysalis Finance means you can pay a series of monthly repayments over a timeframe that works for you.
This means you don't have to worry about paying bills during your treatment journey.
Private medical insurance
If you are using private medical insurance for treatment, you need to speak to your insurance provider about any excess on your claim.
Osteoarthritis: This occurs when your cartilage (the tissue on the surface of your joints) breaks down. As a result, the bones in your joint might rub together, causing pain, swelling and stiffness.
Rheumatoid arthritis: This is a form of arthritis caused by your immune system attacking the cells in the lining of your joints. If left untreated, it can cause your joint to lose shape and alignment. It can also result in pain and swelling.
Compressed nerves in your spine (spinal problems): If the nerves in your spine are compressed, you might experience pain in your back or in your leg.
Injuries: An injury can occur following a traumatic accident. A sprain, which happens when one or more of your ligaments have been torn or stretched, is a common sports injury. Other injuries include strains (tears in your muscle tissue) or fractures (broken bones).
We offer a wide range of orthopaedic procedures to treat musculoskeletal problems, such as arthritis or traumatic sports injuries. These include:
knee joint replacement surgery. We also offer knee arthroscopy surgery. This is often used to diagnose and treat a range of problems in your knee, including a displaced kneecap or a torn ligament.
hip replacement surgery can be considered.
shoulder replacement surgery.
- Fast access to treatment;
- Personalised treatment plans tailored to your needs;
- Flexible, affordable payment options, and
- High-quality care from our experienced Consultants across our hospital’s dedicated Orthopaedic Units.
If you would like to learn more about the procedures that we offer across our hospitals, please visit our treatment page.