Nottingham Orthopaedic Clinic

Ortho ParkAt BMI The Park Hospital in Nottingham, we're proud to work with over 20 orthopaedic surgeons to provide a wide range of orthopaedic services, including sports injuries, treatments for ligaments, tendons and muscles, and surgery.

Treatments and surgery are available for all joint types, including hip, knee, shoulder, elbow, wrist, ankle and foot.

Common conditions seen by our Nottingham orthopaedic surgeons at The Park Hospital are:

Osteoarthritis of hip, knee, hand or shoulder

Osteoarthritis causes a joint to become stiff and painful. It may also become swollen, tender or make a grating sound when moving. Joints commonly affected are the hips, knees, hands and shoulders.

Cruciate or ligament injuries of the knee

Cruciate or ligament injuries occur when the knee is twisted or overextended. This can happen as a result of sports activities, particularly football, netball, tennis or skiing. A common injury to this area is anterior cruciate ligament injury, or ACL injury.

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Rotator cuff injuries or tears of the shoulder

The rotator cuff is found in the shoulder and keeps the shoulder joint stable. The rotator cuff can become injured and torn through playing sports such as baseball or tennis, or from normal wear and tear through repetitive use of the arm.

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Back Pain

Back pain is very common and can occur for a number of reasons. The most common causes of back pain are from heavy lifting, incorrect posture or poor fitness. Ongoing or chronic back pain however, may be down to a musculoskeletal condition. Our orthopaedic consultants can help identify the cause of your pain to determine the best treatment plan for you.

Tendon Problems of Ankle, Knee or Wrist

Issues with tendons in the knee, ankle or wrist may occur because of overuse, repetitive use or sudden injury. Common conditions include tendonitis of the knee, carpal tunnel syndrome and Achilles tendonitis.

Sports Injuries

Our sports injuries clinic provides services for adults, and children (aged 12 and over). The aim of our sports injuries treatment is to get you back to fitness as soon as possible, and by offering a specific treatment plan for you. Injuries treated can include muscle tears, tennis elbow and runner’s knee.

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Knee Replacement

A knee replacement is a procedure carried out to replace the worn out joints of the knee surfaces, often as a result of osteoarthritis or general wear and tear. Our knee consultants carry out a range of procedures, including total knee replacement, partial knee replacement and revision knee replacement.

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Hip Replacement

Hip replacement surgery involves removing the damaged ball and socket joint and replacing it with new artificial surfaces. Enquire below to find an appropriate orthopaedic surgeon for a hip replacement in Nottingham.

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At BMI The Park Hospital our orthopaedic consultants manage special problems of the musculoskeletal system including:

  • Diagnosis of your injury or disorder
  • Treatment with medication, exercise, surgery or other treatment plans
  • Rehabilitation by recommending exercises or physiotherapy to restore movement, strength and function
  • Prevention with information and treatment plans to prevent injury or slow the progression of diseases

Enhanced Recovery Programme at BMI The Park Hospital in Nottingham

The main aim of our Enhanced recovery programme is to help ensure that you are in the best possible condition for surgeryand you have the best possible management during and after your operation

Our enhanced recovery programme encourages planning and actively helps you to participate in the steps to successful recovery. Our specialised Orthopaedic Consultants lead our evidence based care pathways. They work closely with the clinical team in the hospital and will support you to take an active role in your recovery, helping you leave hospital, feel better and return to normal living sooner.

Our multidisciplinary approach to pre-operative assessment includes Nurse Physiotherapy / Occupational Therapy consultation to ensure discharge plans are in place before you come into hospital and to help support your recovery. You will be treated by our experienced team of Physiotherapists who will provide you with personalised exercise programmes and encourage early mobilisation after surgery, helping to reduce the risk of post-operative complications.

Our rehabilitation services run 7 days a week 365 days a year, helping to enable early recovery and discharge from hospital, as well as returning to normal activities sooner.  We also offer advice on pre-operative nutrition and lifestyle to aid healing, and provide post discharge support and outpatient physiotherapy treatment to help you return to full fitness.

* aged 12 and above