Central London Orthopaedic and Sports Injury Specialists

OUR SERVICES

HIP

If you are experiencing hip pain, arthritis of the hip or hip-related trauma, we will offer you the most suitable treatment options for your bespoke case.

KNEE

Knee pain is common and can affect people of all ages. Causes are varied from trauma to arthritis of the knee joint, so there are a wide range of treatment options following an accurate diagnosis.

FOOT & ANKLE

The foot and ankle combined are a complex structure of bones, muscles, ligaments and tendons, which when damaged can cause a series of painful symptoms. Accurate, prompt diagnosis of a foot or ankle condition is key to successful treatment.

MUSCULOSKELETAL TRAUMA

Being active naturally means there is greater risk of injury to muscles, tendons, bones and ligaments. Mild injuries, including sports injuries, may pass with rest, but any injury which is severe, or prolonged, needs to be assessed by a specialist.

SHOULDER & ELBOW

The diagnosis and treatment of shoulder and elbow conditions requires a detailed understanding of both the soft tissue and bony components of the pathology. Our team will ensure that this is addressed and that an up to date and progressive treatment pathway is initiated in agreement with patient, surgeon and physiotherapy team.

PATIENT REVIEWS

LATEST NEWS

  • Mr Luke Jones speaks at Pathways Conference at the Royal Society of Medicine in London
    23rd June 2022
    General News
    Pathways 2022 Thank you to JRI Orthopaedics for asking Grosvenor Orthopaedic Partners Knee Surgeon Mr...
  • Mr Oragui presents benefits of Direct Anterior Approach Hip Replacement at the Royal Society of Medicine
    21st June 2022
    General News
    Mr Oragui from Grosvenor Orthopaedic Partners presents the benefits of Direct Anterior Approach Hip...
  • Simon Newman, spends the day at the Arthrex Lab
    21st June 2022
    General News
    Simon Newman, Consultant Hip Surgeon, recently spent the day at the Arthrex Lab trialling...
For specialist and caring orthopaedic diagnosis and treatment, contact Grosvenor Orthopaedic Partners

telephone:

0203 926 5615