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Any bone or muscle injury can have a huge impact in your day-to-day life, from mild discomfort through to debilitating pain. That’s why we do everything we can to get you back to normal as soon as possible.

We provide a full range of specialist orthopaedic consultants who will take the time to listen to your symptoms and carefully diagnose your condition. Our consultants can then call on a range of experts to get you back to full health.

We offer a full complement of specialisms on-site, so you can access all the support and expertise you need in one place.

You can be rest assured that:

  • We have access to MRI and ultrasound scanning facilities.
  • We can prescribe anti-inflammatory and injection therapy treatment.
  • We can provide a specialist rehabilitation programme. 
  • Our expert team will work closely with you to tailor and monitor treatment.

Our multi-disciplinary approach provides you with a prompt diagnosis, and a progressive treatment plan. Our expert team will continue to work closely with you to tailor and monitor your treatment.

Our consultants and specialists include:

  • Sport and exercise physicians
  • Orthopaedic surgeons
  • Physiotherapists
  • Podiatrists
  • Orthotists

And we have specialisms in specific areas of expertise, such as treating shoulder, back, knee, groin, ankle, or foot injuries and conditions. 

Our team is available to provide you with the highest standards in orthopaedic care and to help you enjoy the best quality of life. To speak to us about your hip or groin injury, please contact us via phone on 020 8629 1889email info@wimbledonclinics.co.uk or use the form on this page.

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