Arthroscopy Sussex, UK

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Advance Orthopaedic Care - Orthopaedic Clinic in the UK

Advance Orthopaedic Care

Goring Hall Hospital, Bodiam Avenue, Goring-by-Sea, Worthing, BN12 5AT
Advance Orthopaedic Care specialises in providing expert orthopaedic care to patients of all ages. We offer the very latest techniques to diagnose and treat a variety of conditions affecting the lower limbs including arthritis, sports injuries and fractures. Located at Goring Hall Hospital in West Sussex, Advance Orthopaedic Care boasts state-of-the-art facilities and its friendly staff are dedicated to providing patients with a comfortable, caring environment. Specialist orthopaedic surgeon Mr Nirav Shah is an expert in his field and his passion for orthopaedics is reflected in his clinical results and on-going research. He aims to offer patients the highest levels of care, and has years of experience providing treatments including joint replacement, arthroscopy, lower limb reconstruction and complex revision surgery.
Arthroscopy  
Arthroscopy, which is also known as keyhole surgery, is one of the most frequently performed orthopaedic procedures in the UK. It involves inserting a thin fibre optic scope through a small incision in order to see inside the joint, allowing diagnosis and treatment of arthritic joints without the need for invasive surgery. The benefits of arthroscopy over more invasive procedures include less swelling and discomfort, less scar tissue and a shorter recovery period. Mr Shah specialises in hip and knee arthroscopy and is the only orthopaedic surgeon in the Western Sussex Trust to perform arthroscopy on the hip. A wide range of conditions can be treated through arthroscopy including early arthritis, sports injuries and soft tissue injuries.
Orthopaedist Consultation  
Knee Replacement  
Knee replacement surgery, also known as arthroplasty, involves replacing the damaged or arthritic knee with an artificial prosthesis. Commonly the knee is damaged from arthritis, resulting in pain and restricted movement. Sufferers may also experience swelling or loosening of the knee joint. A knee replacement aims to treat these symptoms, restoring the knee to its original functionality and relieving any associated pain. The knee joint consists of three bones- the femur (thigh bone), tibia (shinbone) and patella (kneecap). The femur and tibia are connected by tendons and their movement cushioned by cartilage. The patella protects the joint and moves up and down as the leg bends and straightens. Depending on the area of damage patients may require a total knee replacement or a partial knee replacement. A total knee replacement involves replacing both the tibia and femur with an artificial joint and in some cases resurfacing the patella as well. There are two types of partial knee replacement- patellofemoral and medial compartment. A patellofemoral knee replacement involves replacing the damaged knee cap and its surrounding cartilage. More commonly a medial compartment knee replacement is required, replacing only the inside part of the knee. One important benefit of a partial replacement is that it leaves the healthy bone and tissues intact, resulting in a faster recovery time and fewer complications. The disadvantages include a higher risk of revision surgery and sometimes the functionality is not as good as with a total knee replacement. Sometimes where there is damage to only part of the knee an alternative treatment is partial knee resurfacing. This involves resurfacing the damaged part of the joint with metal, leaving the healthy bone and surrounding soft tissues intact.
2 more treatments
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Very Good
from 62 users
7.1
Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - Lyndhurst Rd - Plastic Surgery Clinic in the UK

Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - Lyndhurst Rd

Worthing Hospital, Lyndhurst Road, BN11 2DH
For more information about Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - Lyndhurst Rd in Worthing please contact the clinic.
Arthroscopy  
Orthopaedist Consultation  
Knee Replacement  
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2 other locations in Sussex for Nuffield Health Chichester Hospital
Nuffield Health Chichester  Hospital

Nuffield Health Chichester Hospital

78 Broyle Road, Chichester
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Good
from 2 users
6.1
Horder Healthcare - Crowborough - Orthopaedic Clinic in the UK

Horder Healthcare - Crowborough

St John's Rd, Crowborough, TN6 1XP
5.0 from 1 verified review
We appreciated how quickly they attended the issuePatricia, South Africa, 18 09 17

My wife's Knee Replacement appointment at the Horder Healthcare in Crowborough went very well and I was so pleased with how efficient the staff were. We were given a great consultation and great treatment all at a fair price and time was an issue so we appreciated how quickly they attended to the problem.

Arthroscopy
Ankle arthroscopy  
Elbow arthroscopy  
Shoulder arthroscopy  
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2 other locations in Sussex for Horder Healthcare - Crowborough
Horder Healthcare - Seaford

Horder Healthcare - Seaford

Horder Healthcare Seaford 1 Sutton Road,
Horder Healthcare - Eastbourne

Horder Healthcare - Eastbourne

7 Wartling Road Eastbourne, Eastbourne
ServiceScore
Good
from 14 users
6.3
Nuffield Hospital Brighton - Plastic Surgery Clinic in the UK

Nuffield Hospital Brighton

Warren Road, Woodingdean, Brighton, BN2 6DX
5.0 from 1 verified review
With over half a decade of experience Nuttfield Health Hospitals offer family-orientated and personalised high quality of care. Consultants are all registered with the General Medical Council (GMC) and procedures include cosmetic and plastic surgery, gastric bypass, hip replacement and treatment women and men’s specific health issues. Flexible payment plans and interest free personal medical loans are also available through Clydesdale Financial services.
Arthroscopy  
Knee Arthroplasty  
Hip Replacement  
2 more treatments

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Very Good
from 2 users
7.9
Sports Orthopaedic Specialist - Charles Willis-Owen

Sports Orthopaedic Specialist

BMI The Harbour Hospital, St Mary's Road, Poole, BH15 2BH
This Dorset (Bournemouth and Poole) based orthopaedic surgeon performs procedures for patients with sports injuries and painful musculoskeletal conditions. He is a sports enthusiast with wide experience in helping sportspersons. Private patients personally by Mr Willis-Owen. He performs procedures at well-known and well-equipped hospitals in Dorset. Conditions treated are sports injuries, arthritis related painful musculoskeletal conditions, fractures, foot injuries, neurological conditions, sprains and bruises, knee arthritis and hip arthritis. Charles specialises in knee replacement and knee replacement using the best available implants and techniques and ACL reconstruction. Services provided include sports injury rehabilitation, exercise therapy, knee replacement surgery, muscle and joint strengthening, shockwave therapy and anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction.
Arthroscopy £2700 - £3500
Orthopaedist Consultation £150 - £225
Mr Willis-Owen is a specialist orthopaedic surgeon
Knee Replacement £10000 - £13000
Mr Willis-Owen is a specialist in knee surgery and knee replacement
4 more treatments
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 1 user
7.4
Complete Physio - Chelsea Clinic - Chris Myers

Complete Physio - Chelsea Clinic

Lomax Bespoke Health, 293 Fulham Road, London, SW10 9PZ
The Broadgate Physiotherapy Clinic is part of Slim Jim’s Health Club, in Broadgate area of London. The clinic promises help with among other conditions, pains in the back, neck and spine, chronic headaches, whiplash, sports injuries as well as post operative and post fracture rehabilitation. Besides physiotherapy, other treatment approaches employed in the clinic include acupuncture, rehabilitative Pilates and sports massage. For clients seeking preventive rather than curative service, Broadgate Physiotherapy clinic offers ergonomic assessment – which can go a long way towards keeping one from many pains and aches later in life; seeing that most of those arise out of poor postural habits.
Arthroscopy  
Ultrasound  
Medical X-Ray  
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5 other locations in Sussex for Broadgate Physiotherapy Clinic
Complete Physio - Broadgate Physiotherapy Clinic

Complete Physio - Broadgate Physiotherapy Clinic

Cocoon Networks London, 4 Christopher St
Complete Physio - Angel Physiotherapy Clinic

Complete Physio - Angel Physiotherapy Clinic

Business Design Centre, Revolution Perso
Complete Physio - Kentish Town Physiotherapy Clinic GP Clinic

Complete Physio - Kentish Town Physiotherapy Clinic GP Clinic

Kentish Town Health Centre, 2 Bartholome
ServiceScore
Very Good
from 8 users
7.4
London Knee Clinic - Orthopaedic Clinic in the UK

London Knee Clinic

London Bridge Hospital, 27 Tooley Street, London, SE1 2PR
4.5 from 1 verified review
All the medical staff were very professional and I was in really good hands throughoutJohn, Ireland, 03 04 19

I had a knee arthroscopy carried out at the London Knee Clinic. The Consultant Surgeon, Glyn Evans, was very helpful, experienced and competent. All the medical staff were very professional and I was in really good hands throughout. I would highly recommend the London Knee Clinic based on my experience.

Arthroscopy  
Orthopaedist Consultation  
Consultations for new patients generally take 30 or 40 minutes and will often involve a gait analysis, discussion and examination, and where appropriate review of x-rays and MRI scans and recommendations for treatment.
Knee Replacement  
The term knee replacement is much less than it sounds. There are various types of knee replacement but most of them involve a resurfacing procedure in which a skim of bone is removed from the upper part of the shin bone (tibia) and lower part of the thigh bone (femur). The surface is then replaced using a metal on plastic bearing.
3 more treatments
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