Specialist expertise: Knee Conditions, Hip Conditions, Orthopaedics, Sports Injuries, Hip, Knee, Knee Arthroscopy, Hip Arthroscopy, ACL Surgery, Arthritis, PCL Surgery, Hip Replacement, Knee Replacement, Meniscal Surgery.
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ACL damage usually happens to people who play sports but can happen from simple and innocuous twists. You will be recommended for an ACL reconstruction if your knee gives way in activities you wish to pursue ranging from normal day to day activities to extreme sports.
Our team of Sports and Musculoskeletal Consultants treat injuries affecting all areas of the body – from osteoarthritis to tennis elbow. Just like sport, the field of sports medicine is based on teamwork. As such, your doctor at OneWelbeck will work closely with other specialists to come up with the right individualised approach to ensure you’re onto the road to recovery as soon as possible.
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Ready to get back in the game?
Our team of Sports and Musculoskeletal Consultants treat injuries affecting all areas of the body – from osteoarthritis to tennis elbow. Just like sport, the field of sports medicine is based on teamwork. Whether you are an elite athlete, or no athlete at all, a sports medicine consultant may be the right person for you to see.Find out more
What exactly is frozen shoulder
Frozen shoulder is as it sounds – stiffening up of the joint. Let’s take a look at what the condition is, why it happens, and what can be done to improve the quality of life for a patient suffering from the condition.
Mind the Gap – Achilles Rupture
During summertime, lots of us want to be active and get into shape by increasing our activity level, and while this is always encouraged, extra activity inevitably brings on the increasing number of injuries involving calf muscles and the Achilles tendon. The three muscles in the calf (medial and lateral Gastrocnemius, and soleus) form the Achilles’ tendon, which is attached to the heel bone. This is the strongest tendon in the body and yet is very prone to injury.
Concussion in sport – what age group suffers the most concussions?
There are approximately 1 million people in the UK currently living with the long term effects of a brain injury - with concussion being recognised as the most prevalent type, often referred to as a 'mild' injury. Dr. Natasha Beach, Consultant in Sports and Musculoskeletal Medicine, addresses the warning signs of concussion and debunks misconceptions associated with this condition among sports participants.
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Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine Specialists
Our clinicians form sub-specialty teams focussing on particular areas, including shoulder, hand and wrist, hip and knee, spine, and sports injuries.
Specialist expertise: Hand and Wrist Problems, Sports Injuries, Orthopaedics, Carpal Tunnel, Cubital Tunnel, Trigger Finger, Arthritis, Hand & Wrist.