Sports injury clinic in Glasgow
At Nuffield Health Glasgow Hospital, we offer rapid access to our consultants, physicians, physiotherapists and radiologists who specialise in all areas of sports injuries.
Why choose Nuffield Health Glasgow Hospital for your sports injury treatment?
At our state-of-the-art hospital in Glasgow, all of our consultants and physicians have access to the latest technologies used in scanning and imaging to assist in the rapid diagnosis of any sports injury. By choosing to go private for your sports injury treatment, you can expect to receive rapid access to a consultation and a treatment plan individually tailored to you, by one of our experienced sports injury consultants.
Our team are experienced in managing sports injuries in elite athletes including international rugby union and league players, international footballers, and performing artists. They are passionate about treating patients of all levels who are keen to return to their normal activities.
This multi skilled team means you will have access to the most up to date treatment techniques in order to provide a quicker return to sports and your normal activities.
Our expert sports injury team at Nuffield Health Glasgow Hospital:
- Foot and ankle surgery: Mr C Senthil Kumar
- Hand, wrist and elbow: Mr Mark Broadbent
- Shoulder surgery: Mr Umberto Fazzi
- Knee surgery: Mr William Leach; Mr Brian Rooney, Mr Luke Campton
- Hip surgery: Mr Alistair Gray
- Sports physician: Dr Sandeep Bawa
- Sports hernias: Mr Mark Duxbury
- Diagnostic Imaging
How to book a private consultation with our sports injury consultants in Glasgow
If you are interested in going private for your sports injury treatment, you will need too book an initial consultation before you proceed with any surgery. To book, please call us on 01413 349 441 or fill in the enquiry form below and we'll call you back at a more convenient time.
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