If you are suffering with some sort of muscle, bone or joint pain, your mobility can become restricted and get in the way of enjoying all that life has to offer. Our team of consultants focus on the diagnosis, correction, prevention and treatment of pain and disorders of the bones, muscles, tendons, joints, nerves and skin - including sports injuries. Book a private GP appointment with us today and we will be there with you step by step from initial appointment to treatment and aftercare.
Orthopaedics is a medical field that involves the management, correction and treatment of the musculoskeletal system – the system that provides support, movement, form and stability to the body. It is made up of the muscles, bones, ligaments, joints, cartilage, tendons and other connective tissue. Often, the musculoskeletal system can become damaged through reasons such as sporting injuries, accidents, posture problems, repetitive movements and age, which can cause the individual a lot of pain.
Chronic musculoskeletal pain can interfere with daily activities, restrict movement and disrupt sleep. It is likely that all of us will suffer from some sort of joint, bone or muscle pain in our lifetime. When we do, the most important thing is to quickly treat the condition and prevent it from taking over our lives.
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Our Orthopaedic specialists can help to identify the source of your pain or discomfort, and help to relieve and manage the pain as quickly as possible. They will undertake a physical examination, an x-ray, a MRI or individual tests, to provide you with a diagnosis, followed by a bespoke treatment plan. At our facility, we can offer you top quality care and support right from the moment when you walk through our doors, right through to treatment and rehabilitation.
Some of the most common orthopaedic issues that we can treat include:
Whether you need help with a sports injury, work-related musculoskeletal issues, chronic conditions, pains, or strains, our experienced orthopaedic GP consultants can help you recover.
Orthopaedic patients can benefit from the state-of-the-art technological advances in areas such as joint replacement surgery, and the ability to look inside joints. Our GP consultants will start off your appointment with a few questions and a physical examination of the problematic areas. This may be followed by diagnostic tests, such as x-rays, blood tests, MRI scans, or other tests.
The treatment we can provide may include medications, casts, medical counselling, splints, exercise therapy or surgery, depending on the most appropriate solution to your situation. Sometimes, there is more than one form of treatment provides, but our orthopaedic doctors will discuss these treatments with you in more detail.