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.
The Fat Pad, Hoffa’s Fat Pad, Infrapatellar Fat Pad… All these terms are synonyms for a normal anatomical structure in the front of the knee that can cause problems amongst athletes of all ages. As always, understanding what you are dealing with is the first step to getting better.
It is common for patients to come to clinic having been told they have a Baker’s Cyst. Normally the diagnosis has been made by a General Practitioner, or the cyst has been found incidentally when an MRI or Ultrasound scan was performed on the knee for other reasons. Naturally this can lead to concern and…
We commonly see patients who wonder if they might have a plica in their knee that is causing anterior knee pain. Knee Plica Syndrome is a commonly diagnosed but an often poorly understood condition. In this post we aim to demystify it; explain what it is, describe the tests that may be needed to diagnose…