In this 4th blog in the Foot and Ankle series, our expert Foot and Ankle surgeon Mr Tim Sinnett explains the significance of injuries to this complex anatomical area of the foot, and explains why prompt assessment and specialist management is important. French Cavalrymen? The term ‘Lis Franc injury’ refers to an injury at…
In the third of a series of posts focusing on Foot and Ankle surgery, Mr Tim Sinnett, Consultant Foot and Ankle Surgeon, describes the injury, surgery and rehabilitation of a previously fit and well 45 year old skier and marathon runner.
As the weather forces us to wear more enclosed footwear, many people will be suffering from pain in their bunions. In this second article in the Foot and Ankle series, our expert Foot and Ankle surgeon Mr Tim Sinnett FRCS(Tr&Orth) discusses the options available to those suffering with bunion pain including the possibilities and…
Foot and Ankle injuries are a common occurrence in all age groups and their severity will vary significantly depending on the mechanism of the injury. As we move out of the COVID-19 lockdown period many of us are increasing the amount of activity we do. Our clinics have been busy recently with sports injuries in…
Grosvenor Orthopaedic Partners are delighted to announce that we have reopened for face to face consultations and surgery at all of our locations.
Whilst we are all aware of the devastating effects of the coronavirus on public health, what is less well recognised is the impact of the lockdown on an essential part of our healthcare network – physiotherapists.
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.
Heel pain is a very common symptom and normally resolves within a very short period of time without any formal treatment. However, if the pain continues, you should see a specialist to get a formal diagnosis so that the actual cause of the pain can be treated promptly.
Find out in in this short article about Proximal Medial Gastrocnemius Release (PMGR), what it is, what are the risks and how can treatment help.