Pall Mall Medical - for all your private healthcare needs, whether you are self-paying or have private medical insurance.
Our orthopaedic surgeons are able to assess and treat a wide range of joint and limb related injuries and conditions. This includes joint replacements, upper limb surgery (shoulder, elbow and hand) and lower limb (hip, knee, ankle and foot), as well as spinal surgery.
When you get an injury or develop a condition, an orthopaedic surgeon can provide an accurate diagnosis of the cause of any pain, and the best course of action for treatment.
Detailed MRI scans, CT scans and X-rays can be taken at our private diagnostic and surgical centre, allowing the consultant to get to the route of the problem quickly without needing to refer you to other clinics. Our consultants can also arrange surgery if required to try and correct persistent problems, including reconstructive and joint replacement operations.
We are also able to refer to:
We offer investigation and treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome which causes pain and tingling in the hand and fingers. In most instances nerve conduction studies can be performed to establish the diagnosis. Surgery can be performed as a day case with local anaesthetic.
A benign but proliferative condition affecting the hands causing an inability to straighten out fingers causing restriction of function. We offer surgical release and specialist hand therapy input to treat this condition.
Small, fluctuant lumps which are benign commonly appear on the back of the hand or wrist. We offer investigation and excision for treatment of this minor condition.
It is normally done as a day case procedure and most patients are mobile the same day.
If you have knee symptoms related to damaged meniscus or cartilage then knee arthroscopy is an appropriate procedure. Please discuss with your clinician other indications for knee arthroscopy.
A knee replacement involves replacing the worn-out areas of your knee with a smooth metal or plastic surface.
It is commonly indicated for conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post traumatic wear.
A partial knee replacement option is also available for knee conditions affecting only a single compartment.
A hip replacement involves replacing the worn out femoral head and socket of the hip. It involves inserting a metal stem with a metal or ceramic head attached to it, articulating with a plastic polyethylene or ceramic cup as the socket.
A hip replacement is commonly indicated for patients with groin pain, restriction of movement, walking and inability to perform every day activities.
Soft tissue tumours are rare and can present as an enlarging, painful lump bigger than a golf ball.
We offer assessment of such lumps anywhere on the body including investigation, advice on management and treatment with our specialist sarcoma surgeon, Mr Amit Kumar.
If symptoms are more related to bone pain then assessment and investigation can be performed with expert input.
Like steroid injections, these have an added component called “Hyaluronic Acid”, which helps lubricate the knee and is useful for treating early arthritis. Please discuss with your clinician the options for joint injections.
(General, Upper or Lower Limb)
(no GP referral needed)
|Liverpool, Manchester and Newton-le-Willows|
|Orthopaedic Procedures||Available after consultation|