Exercise is important for our physical and mental health. For many people who develop an arthritic hip, the lack of the ability to participate in a particular form of exercise is a major loss. Some of the commonest questions we are asked by our patients relate to return to sport after hip replacement. In this blog,…
In this, the fourth in a series of posts on hip replacement surgery, we address one of the commonest questions that we get asked. It’s important to know what is being placed inside your body so our expert Consultant Hip and Knee Surgeon, Mr Chethan Jayadev, has created this short guide – including what to…
In this article, the next in a series discussing hip osteoarthritis and treatment options, Mr Simon Newman explains the process you will go through when you have a hip replacement.
In this, the second blog in a series about hip pain and osteoarthritis, Mr Simon Newman discusses non-operative strategies for hip arthritis. “I’ve got arthritis in my hip but I don’t want an operation – what are my options?”
Coxarthrosis, Osteoarthritis of the Hip, Degenerative Hip Disease……..another great example of the medical profession using loads of words when a few will do! These are all synonyms for one of the commonest conditions affecting the human skeleton – Hip Arthritis!
Grosvenor Orthopaedic Partners are delighted to announce that we have reopened for face to face consultations and surgery at all of our locations.
The corona virus crisis has affected healthcare provision dramatically. All of our consultants are proud to work in the NHS and consider this a key part of their practice – never more so than now.
The safety of our patients, staff and visitors is of paramount importance to us. We are keeping in regular contact with our partner hospitals and we are continuing to offer a clinic and operating service at all our locations in London.
Around 9% of adults in the UK over 45 have some hip osteoarthritis. It is a really common problem and one of the main questions those who have it is “why me?”, closely followed by “what do I do about it?”