Each foot and ankle contains 28 bones, 33 joints and more than 100 muscles, tendons and ligaments. Although strong, your foot and ankle work together under considerable weight and pressure and can therefore be prone to a number of painful problems and injuries. This can range from breaks, fractures, strains and sprains to tendon issues, bone malformations and conditions such as arthritis or ankle instability.

Our expert team of renowned orthopaedic specialists, foot and ankle surgeons, physiotherapists and podiatrists can help with comprehensive treatment for all kinds of foot and ankle injuries from a straightforward bunion correction to the most complex reconstructive surgery after a trauma. In order to offer you a fast and accurate diagnosis, we have access to the very latest diagnostic imaging facilities, which may include MRI, ultrasound or conventional x-ray.

After a diagnosis has been made, our orthopaedic specialists can suggest what further steps may need to be taken. This may be a non-invasive treatment or a minimally invasive procedure, such as ligament repairs, complex ankle surgeries, Achilles tendon repair and reconstruction surgery. Our team also includes highly trained musculoskeletal physiotherapists who can help you get back to an optimum level of fitness in as quick a time as possible.

We also offer a dedicated Heel Pain Clinic for patients with long-term heel pain, or ‘plantar fasciitis’.

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