BMI Hendon Hospital46/50 Sunny Gardens Road, Hendon, London, NW4 1RP Directions
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At BMI Hendon Hospital in North London, we offer fast access to tailored, Consultant-led diagnosis and treatment for foot and ankle pain.
At BMI Hendon Hospital in North London, we provide personalised, expert healthcare you can trust. Our national network of thousands of expert Consultants are readily available. Choose treatment with us and we will diagnose and treat your foot and ankle pain quickly and effectively, ensuring you are also supported throughout your recovery journey.
To get started, book your first appointment with us online or call us directly to find out more on 0208 4574500 We aim to see you for your initial consultation within 48 hours.
This form of surgery helps treat forefoot problems, which are often brought on by chronic joint conditions such as arthritis. We routinely treat painful issues including claw toe, bunions, hammer toe and hallux rigidus (a stiff large toe joint). The extent and cost of your reconstruction surgery will depend on how severe your condition is.
A bunion is a bony lump located on the side of your foot. Bunions are a very common joint problem and can cause pain and discomfort, sometimes making walking and wearing shoes challenging. Fortunately, repair surgery is a fast and effective means of removing bunions and restoring mobility and comfort in your foot.
A bent toe can sometimes happen as a result of bunions or hammer toe. Bone fusion surgery involves straightening your bent toe and fixing it into a straight position with a metal wire or special screw. This helps reduce pain and discomfort caused by a bent toe and improve mobility and function in your foot.
This procedure can be performed to diagnose the cause of your ankle pain, and sometimes to treat it too. During the arthroscopy, your Consultant will make a small incision in your skin to insert a camera, known as an arthroscope, into your ankle. This will help your Consultant examine the joint, identifying problems and, if possible, correcting them.
A total ankle replacement is a procedure to replace the damaged parts of your ankle joint with artificial components, also known as a prosthesis. This common and highly successful operation can help eliminate ankle pain and improve your mobility. You might be recommended an ankle replacement if you have severe pain or significantly reduced mobility in your ankle joint, perhaps as a result of an injury or because of osteoarthritis.
Your comfort: We provide private en-suite facilities, a direct dial telephone, TV, and electrically operated beds.
Innovative treatment: We use the latest modern technology, equipment and on-site support services to deliver exceptional standards of care at all times.
Compassionate, consistent care: Your clinical team will remain the same throughout your healthcare journey with us, providing consistent care from your initial consultation right through to your recovery period.
Remember, we don’t just treat people based in North London. We also welcome those from further afield, including international patients.
Affordability: Private healthcare is more accessible than you think. We offer flexible payment options to help you spread the cost of your care with us. If you are paying through private health insurance, great! Just let us know.
Speed: See who you want, when you want, and where you want. Your initial appointment will usually be within 48 hours. We work around you, with hospitals around the corner and appointments to suit your schedule.
Accessibility: With more than 50 locations across the UK, you’re never far from one of our private hospitals.
You don’t have to put up with pain. It’s time to take back control of your life.
To find out more about our services or to book an appointment with us, call our team on 0208 457 4500 or book a consultation with your chosen specialist online.
Pay for yourself with our fixed price packages. This includes your pre-assessment, treatment, follow-ups and six months of aftercare.
We are widely recognised by health insurers. Ask your insurer about your cover and for an insurer pre-authorisation code.
Pay for yourself with monthly repayments spread over 12 months, interest-free (terms and conditions apply)