Welcome to OneWelbeck

At our Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine centre, we have a truly integrated team of orthopaedic surgeons, sports medicine physicians, podiatric surgeons, rheumatology specialists, pain medicine consultants and hand therapy specialists. All of these services are in one place, enabling us to give patients the best care possible.

Private Healthcare

We can begin your treatment once you’ve confirmed authorisation from your insurer. Our centres are recognised by all major health insurance companies.

Common Symptoms We Treat

General Pain

Are you, or a loved one, experiencing recurring general pain? Mechanical pain describes a particular form of pain message that we experience when the principle problem is inflammation. Learn more about how we can help

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain occurs in the shoulder joint or the surrounding soft tissues including the muscles, ligaments, tendons and bursae and pain that comes from the joint often gets worse with arm or shoulder movement. We offer a variety of diagnostics to determine the route cause and tailored treatment options.

Back Pain

Back pain is an incredibly common issue, and will affect most people at least once at some point in life. Back pain can range from dull aching pain to sharp, burning pain anywhere in the back from the top of your neck, down to your pelvis. Learn more about our private treatment options.

Knee Pain

Knee pain is a common problem that affects people of all ages. It’s most often associated with general wear and tear but can also be a result of an injury, such as torn cartilage or a ruptured ligament, or a medical condition such as arthritis or gout. Read more about diagnosis and treatment at OneWelbeck.

Featured Treatment
Sports Medicine

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.

Featured Treatment
Shockwave Therapy

Whether your injury, pain or chronic condition has been caused by the wear and tear of daily activities, exercise, pregnancy, ageing or accidents, musculoskeletal disorders and soft tissue injuries can be debilitating. Many people think that surgery is the only answer but are worried about such a risky step. Learn more about how shockwave therapy can help.

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Ultrasound-Guided Injections

IF you're experiencing pain, a steroid injection under ultrasound may reduce inflammation and swelling and provide effective pain relief. Learn more about this rapid treatment offered at OneWelbeck.

Featured Treatment
Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) Injections

PRP can be offered to reduce pain and treat a range of conditions, including musculoskeletal conditions and injuries, by accelerating the repair of damaged joint tissue and can also reduce pain and improve joint function. Enquire about this treatment today.

What our patients say


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.

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Featured News

Latest news
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.

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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.

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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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