When you visit BMI The Esperance, our orthopaedic consultants will ensure a thorough consultation and fast diagnosis. Once diagnosis has been made, your orthopaedic consultant will create a personalised treatment plan tailored to your individual needs.
You can rest assured that you’ll be seen quickly as appointments are usually available within 48 hours with the consultant of your choice.
At BMI The Esperance, our goal is to help your return to a normal level of activity so you can get back on track as quickly as possible.
Our orthopaedic centre can diagnose and treat the following conditions:
- Foot & ankle conditions
- Hand & wrist conditions
- Hip conditions
- Knee conditions
- Shoulder & elbow conditions
- Spine conditions
Hip surgery can be performed to help alleviate painful symptoms of the hip joint, such as stiffness, swelling and inflammation, which is often caused by arthritis.
We provide treatment for a range of hip surgeries from hip replacement surgery to hip arthroscopy and hip resurfacing. Hip surgery can restore function, improve mobility and enable you to get back to enjoying normal daily activities.
Depending on the extent of damage to your knee, our orthopaedic surgeons provide total knee replacement surgery where the whole knee is replaced, or a partial knee replacement which is where just one part of your knee is replaced.
Other available treatments include knee arthroscopy, also known as keyhole surgery, which can be used to diagnose and treat problems relating to the knee.
We also offer ACL reconstruction surgery which involves repairing or reconstructing the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL). The ACL can often become damaged due to sports related injuries.
We treat a range of hand conditions, such as finger arthritis and Dupuytren’s disease. The aim of hand surgery is to improve function and mobility, as well as to reduce the level of pain you may be experiencing.
Our hospital has an Imaging and Radiology service to support your diagnosis, as well as a wide range of Physiotherapy services to help patients return to full functionality following surgery.
Physiotherapy is really important in helping patients improve their range of movement and functionality after surgery.