The Orthopedic Department runs a dedicated outpatient clinic and appointments are available from Sunday – Thursday, 8am – 9pm.

The Outpatient Clinic provides the following services:-

  • Paediatric Service

    Our Orthopedic and Traumatology service extends to our younger Guests and provides for assessment and management of paediatric musculoskeletal conditions.

    • Gait abnormality.
    • Deformities of limb.
    • Cerebral palsy.
    • Congenital talipesequinovarus (club foot).
    • Genu varum (bowleggedness).
    • Genu valgum (knock knees).
    • Developmental hip dysplasia.
    • Pesplanus (flat feet).
    • Pescavus (high instep/high arch).
    • Juvenile bunions.
    • Blount disease (bowing of the leg).
    • Perthes disease (hip).
    • Botox treatment for cerebral palsy
    • Ponseti treatment for club foot

    We also manage fractures and sports related injuries.

  • Back Pain Management Service:

    Offering assessment of your particular condition and suggesting a treatment package which may include analgesics, physiotherapy, chiropractor or surgery in the form of:-

    • Selective Nerve Block.
    • Facet Joint and Caudal Epidural Injection
    • Radiofrequency ablation
  • Joint Replacement Service:

    Total joint replacement of the hip or the knee, through a minimally invasive surgery technique, Isa hugely successful surgery in the treatment of degenerative joint disease (hip osteoarthritis), hip arthritis and knee arthritis. Joint replacement surgery brings a great improvement in function and relief of pain.

  • Sports Injury Service:

    Sporting and exercise related injuries in both adults and children are very common and the Orthopedic & Traumatology Department extends its services to the management of sport related injuries, including the management of acute conditions and long term rehabilitation programs. Treatment packages might include analgesics, physiotherapy, chiropractor or surgery.

  • Trauma Service:

    The Orthopedic & Traumatology Department in conjunction with the Emergency Department provides treatment to both paediatric and adult Guests for such as fractures of the extremities, back injuries and sporting injuries. The Department boasts a dedicated and fully equipped plaster room for the application of both basic and specialized casts.

  • Scoliosis Service:

    Being part of our Spinal Services,the scoliosis serviceincludes treatment of acute and chronic spine conditions for all age groups.

    Scoliosisis an abnormal curving of the spine. As a specialized part of the Orthopedic Department, the Scoliosis Services provides care for the different types of spinal deformity; whether congenital or acquired. Our care extends for both conservative and operative management and includes minimally invasive spinal operating procedures


Our highly experienced team of Orthopedic Doctors performs an extensive range of surgical procedures, including treatment for:-

  • Spine:-
    • Selective Nerve Block.
    • Facet Joint and Caudal Epidural Injection
    • Radiofrequency ablation
    • Discectomy
    • Dynamic stabilization or spinal fusion
    • Spinal decompression
  • Shoulder:-
    • Torn cartilage
    • Rotator cuff tears and rotator cuff tendinitis
    • Impingement syndrome
    • Stiff and frozen shoulder
    • Loose bodies within the joint (either of bone or cartilage)
  • Hand & Elbow:-
    • Tennis elbow
    • Golfer's elbow
    • Cubital tunnel syndrome
    • Carpal tunnel syndrome
    • DeQuervain's disease
    • Dupuytren's contracture
    • Trigger finger
    • Ganglion
  • Hip:-
    • Hip replacement surgery
  • Knee:-
    • Meniscal tears (a tear of the cartilage)
    • Anterior cruciate ligament tear
    • Chondromalacia (a degeneration of cartilage cushion due to poor alignment of the kneecap)
    • Loose bodies within the joint (either of bone or cartilage)
    • Arthritis and degeneration the joint
    • Knee replacement surgery.
  • Foot & Ankle:-
    • Bunionectomy/hallux valgus correction
    • Achilles tendonitis
    • Morton's neuroma
    • Plantar fasciitis


Clinics are available on Friday evenings 5.30pm-7pm for those Guests who do not require insurance registration or approval for their treatment but rather settle their accounts directly themselves by cash/card. Appointments can be arranged in advance or on the day.

Have you considered our Corporate Guest Service providing orthopedic advice and management for all of your employees? Services include pre-arranged appointments and registration, medical reports, occupational health reports and access to our full range of orthopedic surgical services. Corporate Guest Services are available by arrangement.

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Total joint replacement of hip or knee, through a minimally invasive surgery technique

Hip and knee joint replacement surgery is a hugely successful surgery in the treatment of degenerative joint disease (hip osteoarthritis), hip arthritis and knee arthritis. Joint replacement surgery brings a great improvement in function and relief of pain.

After initial consultation your Orthopedic Doctor will arrange an MRI scan to confirm the disease and degeneration within the joint. The MRI will confirm if surgery is necessary and appropriate.

If your Orthopedic Doctor recommends surgery, a minimally invasive surgery technique will be used. This type of surgery has proven benefits including a shorter hospital stay, less trauma,less scarring and a quicker healing time.

Arthroscopic Procedures for shoulder and knee

Injury and degenerative disease of the knee or shoulder can damage the bones and internal muscles, tendons, ligaments and cartilages. Arthroscopy is used to diagnose injury or disease within the joint.

A small camera (pen sized) is inserted to view the joint and the Orthopedic Doctor can see the condition of the joint, cartilage and ligaments within the knee.Damage within the knee can then be repaired as necessary and in the use of this technique many conditions can be treated, including



Elbows and Hands

Many conditions affect our hands and elbows causing pain, weakness in in the wrist, weakness in handgrip, numbness in the fingers and thumb and pain in the elbow, wrist and hand. Injury, repetitive action and overuse can cause inflammation in the joints and muscles of the arms and hands.

We offer a full treatment service for such as:-



Foot and Ankle:

Extracorporeal shock wave therapy (eSWT).

ESWT treatment is a great option for sufferers of chronic pain. The benefits of ESWT include a significant reduction in pain for a high percentage of patients receiving this treatment with many becoming completely free of pain.

ESWT is routinely carried out within the Orthopedic Department. It is a procedure directing shock waves directly to the area of pain and is a non-invasive treatment that requires no anesthesia, medication or surgery.It is a treatment thought to stimulate healing of the condition it is being used to treat.

    Many conditions can be treated with ESWT including:-
  • Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles tendinitis of the feet
  • Capsulitis and calcific tendinitis of the shoulders
  • Tennis elbow, Golfer's elbow,

A course of 3-6 sessions of ESWT will be requested by your Orthopedic Doctor and these will be carried out on a weekly basis. A session will usually last less 15-30 minutes.