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    Experts in knees, and excelling across a range of disciplines, we have a proven track record in successfully tailoring treatment - delivering you freedom and an active lifestyle.

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    Specialists in your orthopaedic care and sports injuries

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    Get back to the sport you love

    Our expert consultants will treat your problem - and even offer a second opinion - to help you recover as quickly as possible. 

The team of orthopaedic specialists and sports injury experts at Wimbledon Clinics offer you the highest levels of professional care and expertise to help get you back to full health and fitness as quickly as possible. 

 

Start to feel great again with Wimbledon Clinics

Our multi-disciplinary approach to orthopaedic care provides you with a prompt diagnosis and a progressive treatment plan. Why are we different to other clinics? Simple. We understand that the effects of an injury extend well beyond the physical pain felt, and will work closely with you to tailor and monitor your treatment to help you reach your personal lifestlyle goals and ultimately an active lifestyle.

You will be in safe hands with our sports physicians, surgeons and physiotherapists who have specialisms in specific areas, such as treating shoulder, back, knee, groin, ankle, or foot injuries and conditions. 

Our unique approach also includes facilitating you every step of the way with our team of friendly and diligent Treatment Coordinators, who help ensure a stress-free treatment and complete peace of mind.

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Testimonial

 Ritu Mahandru:

“I wouldn't be anywhere without the magic you did on my knee, Mr Bell. I am so proud to be able to have achieved my dream of becoming a Yoga instructor - Nobody believes I have had a knee replacement! I am so eternally grateful. Maybe I can get you to one of my Yoga classes one day”

 

25/01/2019

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What are your symptoms?

Back & Neck

Back or neck injuries can affect you at any age, sometimes causing you severe pain and impacting everyday life.

They can often prevent you from carrying out physical work or participating in sports.

We can provide you with a full range of services to diagnose and treat back or neck injuries. You may be suffering back or neck pain as a result of an injury from heavy lifting, some sports or even your posture. If so, you should have an initial consultation, where one of our team will make an assessment and determine what treatment you require.

 

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Foot & Ankle

Foot and ankle injuries can be common, and include minor to more acute conditions.

You may experience these problems through participating in sport or leisure activities, or suffer from a long-term condition.

Foot and ankle pain can have a significant impact on your everyday life and mobility.

We provide you with a full range of services to diagnose and treat foot and ankle problems.

You may be experiencing pain or discomfort if you have suffered a foot or ankle injury. If so, you should have an initial consultation, where one of our team will assess your condition to determine what treatment you require.

 

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Hip & Groin

You can suffer the pain and restriction of hip or groin injuries at any age, and regardless of whether your lifestyle includes participation in sport.

We provide you with a full range of services to diagnose and treat hip problems.

If you have suffered a groin injury, our expert multi-disciplinary approach gives you a prompt diagnosis, and a progressive treatment plan.

You may have suffered a groin injury, or have an ongoing problem that has not resolved, and are now experiencing pain or discomfort. If so, you should have an initial consultation, where one of our sports physicians will assess your condition together with a consultant physiotherapist to determine what treatment you require.

 

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Knee

Knee injuries, pain and arthritis can have a significant effect on your everyday life, hindering anyone involved in physical work or participating in sports, and sometimes restricting mobility.

We provide you with a full range of services to diagnose and treat knee injuries and other knee conditions to restore your confidence and active life.

You may have suffered a knee injury, or have a longer-term or arthritic condition, and are experiencing pain or discomfort. If so, you should have an initial consultation, where one of our team will make an assessment and determine what treatment – if any – you require.

 

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Shoulder

A shoulder injury can have a significant effect on your everyday life, not to mention how it can hinder anyone involved in physical work or participating in sports.

We provide you with a full range of services to diagnose and treat upper limb conditions and injuries to help restore activity and confidence.

You may have suffered a shoulder injury and are now experiencing pain or discomfort. If so, you should have an initial consultation, where one of our team will make an assessment and determine what treatment – if any – you require.

 

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FAQs

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We’re here to provide you with the best orthopaedic care and treatment. Our frequently asked questions provide you with the key information about visiting Wimbledon Clinics and what to expect.

The information includes details about what happens when you contact us, your appointment, procedures, and payment. Our Treatment Coordinators are also on hand to answer any other questions you may have.
 
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OUR CONSULTANTS

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You can be confident in receiving the highest levels of professional care and treatment from our specialist team of orthopaedic consultants.

We were the first multi-disciplinary clinic providing sports medicine and orthopaedics in London and the South of England. Our team specialise in back and neck, foot and ankle, hip and groin, knee, and shoulder pain, and we offer a range of solutions and options for treatment.
 
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GP & AHP REFERRALS

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GPs and health professionals across the UK refer their patients to our expert team for specialist and complex orthopaedic treatments.

In addition, we welcome new referrals and offer a medical educational programme that provides an up-to-date and multi-disciplinary overview of orthopaedic and sports-related problems.
 
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