Arthroplasty is a surgical procedure to repair or replace a damaged or diseased joint.

Bone Graft

Surgeons can perform a bone graft to repair or rebuild damaged bone in many areas of your body.

Extracorporeal shockwave therapy (ESWT)

Shockwave therapy is a non-surgical treatment, and works by delivering impulses of energy, targeted to specific damaged tissues within the abnormal tendon.


A hemiarthroplasty is a procedure to replace only the femur portion of your hip joint.

Hip arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy is a procedure in which a miniature telescope is inserted through an incision over your hip joint commonly used to diagnose a problem, or occassionally to perform a treatment.

Hip replacement

This is a procedure to remove your damaged hip joint and replace it with an artificial joint.

Hip resurfacing

This operation provides a new surface for the ball and socket that make up your hip joint.

Hip revision

Hip Revision is a procedure to take out your old hip replacement and put in a new one.

Image guided joint injections

If your swollen or painful joints, ligaments or tendons do not respond to conservative treatments your consultant may recommend image guided joint injections.

Joint resurfacing

Joint surfaces damaged by wear and tear or arthritis may be able to be resurfaced.

Manipulation under anaesthesia (MUA)

Under general anaesthetic your surgeon will move your stiff joint to a full range of motion, stretching the surrounding muscles and freeing the joint capsule.

Platelet Rich Plasma Treatment (PRP)

PRP treatment uses a patient's own blood to promote the healing of injured tendons, joints, muscles and ligaments.