At BMI The Alexandra Hospital, we work with a team of orthopaedic consultants to deliver treatment for a range of conditions related to the bones and joints.
Many of our surgeons offer treatment for specific areas of the body including the knee, hip, shoulder, foot and ankle, hand and wrist and the back and spine. Our consultants work with a wider healthcare team which is comprised of dedicated nurses, anaesthetists and charted physiotherapists who will all support you along the way. We pride ourselves on our patient-centred approach, offering fast diagnosis and individualised treatment, whatever your specific needs.
Common areas we offer treatment for includes:
You can browse our list of orthopaedic treatments.
Our Orthopaedic Consultants are fully supported by Chartered Physiotherapists and Clinicians and have access to some of the latest imaging and treatment technologies. Along with this, they operate within a suite of excellent surgical and medical facilities, so you can be sure you’re in safe hands.
Hip Replacement in Manchester
Hip replacement surgery may be carried out when other non-surgical methods have failed. Following successful hip replacement surgery, most people will experience reduced pain, improved function and increased movement in the hip joint.
What is Hip Replacement Surgery?
Hip replacement surgery is a surgical procedure which involves removing the damaged hip joint and replacing it with an artificial joint. This surgery is usually required if the hip joint has been so worn and deteriorated that simple activities have become difficult to carry out.
During a total hip replacement, the patient will be given anaesthetic to numb the lower part of the body. An incision will be made on the side of the hip and the damaged ball and socket will be removed and replaced with an artificial joint. The operation is usually one hour to an hour and a half.
How to Prepare for Hip Replacement Surgery
When preparing for hip replacement surgery, it’s always a good idea to research and learn about the procedure as much as possible. It’s important to write down any questions you have and to ask your consultant at your next consultation. Maintaining a healthy weight may also be advised.
Our consultant orthopaedic surgeons offer a range of knee surgeries including total knee replacement surgery, knee arthroscopy, partial knee replacement surgery and ACL reconstruction.
Knee Replacement Surgery
Knee replacement surgery is a procedure which involves removing the worn out knee joint and replacing it with an artificial one. The aim of this procedure is to improve function, increase mobility and reduce pain.
A knee arthroscopy involves making a small incision in the knee and inserting a tiny camera, called an arthroscope, into the knee joint. It can be used to diagnose and treat conditions relating to the knee.
If the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) becomes damaged or torn, surgery to repair it may be required. The ACL can become damaged from a sports related injury.
Our spinal surgeons offer a range of surgeries to treat conditions such as sciatica and spinal stenosis. Surgeries we offer include lumbar decompression surgery, lumber microdisectomy and cervical spine surgery.
Lumbar Spinal Decompression
Lumbar spinal decompression is a procedure that’s performed to relieve compression of the spinal cord or surrounding nerves. It’s often used to treat spinal stenosis which can affect the way you walk.
Lumbar microdisectomy is a surgery that’s carried out to relieve the pressure caused by a herniated disc onto the spine. This procedure can help to relieve the leg pain caused from sciatica.
Scoliosis can be treated with surgery which corrects and straightens the curvature of the spine with implanted rods.
Shoulder Surgery in Manchester
We offer a range of shoulder surgeries including shoulder replacement surgery, shoulder arthroscopy and rotator cuff surgery.
Rotator Cuff Surgery
The rotator cuff is one of four ligaments in your shoulder joint. If it becomes damaged or injured, rotator cuff surgery may be required.
Shoulder arthroscopy involves making a small incision into the shoulder and inserting a tiny camera into the shoulder joint. This enables the surgeon to see inside the shoulder where they can diagnose and treat the problem.
Manchester Foot Surgeons
Our orthopaedic surgeons offer a range of surgeries for various foot problems. Surgeries we offer include bunion surgery and foot surgery for toe problems.
Foot Surgery for Toe Problems
Foot surgery for toe problems can help to resolve issues related to deformities, pain in the toe joint and metatarsalagia.
Bunion surgery can be performed to remove bunions which are painful, bony lumps on the side of the foot. Successful bunion surgery can relieve pain.