Our Consultants at London Sports Medicine are leading experts in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of every hip condition.
Bursitis is when this becomes inflamed, restricting the natural movement of that joint until the friction between the tendons and the bursa causes more irritation resulting in inflammation.
London Hip Specialists provide a rapid access service and can sometimes offer same day appointments. Read more about Hip Bursitis and the treatment options available.
London Orthopaedic Specialists offers an emergency service for the older person with a likely hip fracture following a fall. This is a 24 hour, 7 days a week, multidisciplinary service with Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons, Consultant Physicians, nurses, physiotherapist and occupational therapists all working together to treat the cause of the fall as well as getting the patient home as quickly as possible. Read more about fractures/trauma and the treatment options available.
There are many different forms of hip arthritis that cause a wide range of different symptoms.
Two of the most common types of hip arthritis are:
- Rheumatoid Arthritis.
A hip replacement is a common surgical procedure where a damaged hip joint is replaced with an artificial one. A hip replacement may be required if your hip joint becomes damaged and causes you persistent pain or prevents you from undertaking every day tasks.
At London Orthopaedic Specialists we offer a variety of hip replacements to suit each individual. Our leading surgeon Mr Robert Marston will be able to advise you on the best method available and ensure you receive the highest standard of treatment for your hip condition. Contact us today to book a consultation.
Muscle strain occurs when a muscle fibre has been stretched or torn generally due to muscle fatigue, over stretching or a contusion (a fall or a direct blow). This is said to be as painful as a hip fracture and can be an acute pain or chronic depending on if the problem is recurrent. Read more about muscle strains and the treatment options available.
Tendonitis can occur when a muscle is overused and pulls on the tendon that attaches it to the bone. In hips, tendons perform an important role by keeping muscles attached to the thigh bone (femur) as the legs move. Read more about hip tendonitis and the treatment options available.