Orthopaedic surgery at Leeds Hospital
Have an ache or pain, or other discomfort that you need treating? Together, our diagnostic team and orthopaedic consultants can provide you with rapid access to scans, and can get you back on the road to recovery.
Our team of experienced orthopaedic consultants here in Leeds has extensive experience in all upper and lower limb treatments including:
- ACL repair
- Ankle arthroscopy
- Ankle fusion
- Ankle ligament repair
- Ankle replacements
- Foot and ankle surgery
- Hindfoot fusion
- Hindfoot osteotomy
- Hip resurfacing
- Hip arthroscopy
- Hip replacements
- Hip replacement - robotic assisted surgery
- Knee arthroscopy
- Knee replacements
- Knee replacement revision
- Knee replacement - robotic-assisted surgery
- Meniscectomy for Meniscectomy tear
- Midfoot fusion
- Midfoot osteotomy
- Patella stabilisation
- Subtalar arthroscopy
- Subtalar fusion
- Tibial osteotomy
- Toe joint fusion
- Toe joint replacement
- Toe surgery
- Unicompartmental (partial) knee replacement
Other orthopaedic treatments
Recovery Plus Programme
Some Orthopaedic treatments at Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital qualify for Nuffield Health's Recovery Plus programme - an optional enhanced recovery pathway, closer to home, that enables you to continue your recovery at a Nuffield Health Gym, at no extra cost.
Patient collection and drop off service
At Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital, we will try our best to give an excellent service, that is why we offer our patient collection and drop off car service.
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