Private orthopaedic care
Our consultant orthopaedic surgeons provide world class care and treatment for patients with conditions affecting their joints, bones, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves.
About our private orthopaedic care
Cromwell Hospital was named as a National Joint Registry (NJR) Quality Data Provider.
At Cromwell Hospital and Basinghall Clinic, we understand that experiencing an orthopaedic condition can be debilitating and the wide-ranging symptoms, such as pain and decreased mobility, can impact on your quality of life.
Our expert multidisciplinary team of orthopaedic surgeons and consultants provide rapid assessment, diagnosis and treatment for a range of conditions affecting the bones, joints and soft tissues.
From joint replacements to sports injuries, our aim is to deliver a tailored, expert-led treatment programme which supports you in making a fast recovery and get back to living life to the full.
We also offer an orthopaedic medicine service, which includes non-surgical treatments for conditions such as backache, neck pain, sports injuries, and early osteoarthritis of the hip or knee joint.
Foot and ankle conditions:
- Achilles rupture
- flat feet
- sports injuries
- toe deformity
- tendon disorders
Hand and wrist conditions:
- carpal tunnel syndrome
- rheumatoid arthritis
- sports injuries
- trigger finger
Our specialist orthopaedic hip consultants have the expertise to provide a rapid diagnosis and treatment plan to help alleviate your pain, and restore your mobility and lifestyle.
At Cromwell Hospital we treat a range of conditions affecting the hip, the most common are listed below:
Our specialist orthopaedic knee consultants have the expertise to provide a rapid, expert diagnosis and treatment plan to help alleviate your pain, and restore your mobility and lifestyle.
At Cromwell Hospital we treat a broad range of conditions affecting the knee, the most common are listed below:
Depending on your symptoms your orthopaedic consultant may recommend the following treatments:
Our specialist orthopaedic shoulder consultants have the expertise to provide a rapid, expert diagnosis and treatment plan to help alleviate your pain, and restore your mobility and lifestyle.
At Cromwell Hospital we treat a broad range of conditions affecting the shoulder, the most common are listed below:
Self-pay orthopaedic treatments
We offer a range of flexible payment options including self-pay. You don’t need medical insurance to access our services and in many cases you don’t need a GP referral.
Our self-pay packages make it clear what you’ll be paying for and when. Please find below a selection of our most popular self-pay packages available at Cromwell Hospital.
Simply contact us to make an appointment.
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction is a type of orthopaedic surgery used to reconstruct a torn ACL in the knee. A torn ACL mainly occurs due to a sports injury but could be a result of multiple other causes, such as a shift in your leg movements including extending your leg too far forward. To find out more, please visit: Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) repair/reconstruction>
An anterior discectomy, decompression and fusion is a procedure designed to relieve pressure on the spinal cord and/or nerves, relieve pain and to stabilise the spine.
Bone marrow aspirate concentration (BMAC) injections are a non-surgical minimally invasive regenerative treatment that uses natural stem cell ability to heal the body via biological growth factors. To find out more, please visit: BMAC (Bone Marrow Aspirate Concentrate) Injections >
Carpal tunnel release surgery helps correct or relieve symptoms of carpal tunnel syndrome. The most common symptoms that patients experience include numbness, pain in their hand and tingling. To find out more, please visit: Carpal tunnel release surgery >
Dupuytren’s contracture surgery is a procedure used to treat patients who suffer from Dupuytren’s contracture, where one or more fingers bend towards the palm and cannot be straightened. To find out more, please visit: Dupuytren’s surgery >
The dural sac is the membranous sheath or tube of dura mater that surrounds the spinal cord. An excision of intradural lesion involves removing a lesion from this area.
Hallux Valgus (often referred to as a bunion) is a condition whereby a misalignment of the big toe(s) causes it to crowd the smaller toes, by drifting towards the outer edge of the foot. It can cause the toes and feet to swell and be painful. To find out more, please visit: Hallux Valgus (bunion) correction >
Hip replacement is a common type of orthopaedic surgery, in which a damaged or worn hip joint is replaced with an artificial component. To find out more, please visit: Hip replacement >
A knee arthroscopy is a type of keyhole surgery which allows your surgeon to look inside your knee. The surgery is used to help diagnose and treat problems within the knee. To find out more, please visit: Knee arthroscopy >
A knee replacement (arthroplasty) is a common type of surgery where a worn, damaged or diminished knee joint is replaced with an artificial joint. The procedure has a high success rate, and is designed to greatly relieve pain, improve your range of movement and give you a significantly improved quality of life. To find out more, please visit: Knee replacement >
Lumbar decompression is a type of surgery that is designed to treat compressed nerves in the lower spine – providing patients with relief from pain and numbness in the legs.
Patients that suffer from Morton’s neuroma may benefit from peripheral nerve surgery to remove part of the damaged nerve and/or the bursa. Morton’s neuroma can be caused by various factors including trauma or excess pressure and can lead to persistent pain and discomfort. To find out more, please visit: Peripheral nerve surgery for Morton’s neuroma >
Narrowing or ‘crowding’ of the spinal and nerve root canals can cause pain, numbness, and muscle weakness. Posterior decompression surgery creates space within the spinal cord and nerves, relieving pain and pressure that is often felt in the legs.
A posterior excision of disk prolapse, usually delivered as a form of lumbar decompression, is a procedure where a damaged disc is removed from around the spine, relieving pain and numbness in the legs caused by compression.
A prosthetic intervertebral disc replacement is a procedure that removes a disc in the spine and replaces it with an artificial one. The procedure is designed to relieve nerve pain and compression within the spine.
A shoulder arthroscopy is a type of keyhole surgery that is carried out through a very small incision in the shoulder joint. Shoulder arthroscopy helps to diagnose and treat the causes of shoulder pain and is less invasive compared to traditional open surgery – which results in quicker recovery. To find out more, please visit: Shoulder Arthroscopy >
A spinal discectomy is the removal of a small amount of bone and disc that together are compressing a nerve root in your lower back. It is performed in order to relieve pain or weakness caused when a nerve is squashed in the spine. To find out more, please visit: Spinal Microdiscectomy >
A shoulder replacement is a common operation in which a damaged or worn shoulder joint is replaced with a prosthetic joint. There are different types of shoulder replacement, including a total shoulder replacement, a reverse shoulder replacement and a hemiarthroplasty. To find out more, please visit: Shoulder replacement >