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Private Foot and Ankle in Surgery Chertsey

 Step away from pain with Consultant-led foot and ankle treatment at BMI The Runnymede Hospital.

Foot and ankle surgery can improve the appearance of your feet and relieve symptoms such as stiffness and pain, allowing you to comfortably wear your shoes and walk with confidence.  

Find out what your foot or ankle treatment at BMI The Runnymede Hospital could involve by booking your consultation online today. Alternatively, learn more about treatment at our hospital by contacting a member of our advisory team on 01932 877800. Our team will be more than happy to answer any questions that you might have, and we can usually get you booked in for your first consultation within 48 hours.

At BMI The Runnymede Hospital, a bones and joint specialist (also known as an Orthopaedic Surgeon) will be able to tell you whether you could benefit from foot or ankle surgery. During your initial consultation, your Orthopaedic Surgeon will enquire about your symptoms, including when they first appeared and how these symptoms have been affecting your day-to-day life. Your Consultant will also perform a physical examination of your affected foot or ankle and could suggest an imaging scan such as an X-ray to view the inside your joint.  

If possible, your Consultant will first recommend non-invasive treatment. This might be physiotherapy to encourage movement in your toes, feet or ankle, or injection therapy (steroid injections into your joint) to reduce swelling or pain. If your symptoms persist or the condition of your foot or ankle continues to deteriorate, only then will you be recommended surgery.  

At BMI The Runnymede Hospital, we perform a wide range of surgeries for foot and ankle conditions, with our most common procedures listed below:  

Forefoot surgery


Your foot surgery will vary depending on your diagnosis. It could include removing bunions (bony growths on the side of your big toe), correcting a toe deformity such a hammer toe (where your small toes point upwards) by straightening your toes, or treating arthritis in your joint(s).  

Toe surgery (bone fusion)


Toe fusion surgery (also known as arthrodesis) can be used to treat hallux rigidus (arthritis in your big toe) or a toe deformity such as hammer or claw toe, which cause your toes to bend in painful ways. This procedure involves removing the ends of your affected toe’s joint and fusing the bones together with screws or a metal plate.  

Ankle arthroscopy


An ankle arthroscopy is a keyhole procedure that uses a few small incisions around the front or back of your ankle to pass an arthroscope (a thin tube with a camera attached to the end) into the joint. This allows your Orthopaedic Surgeon to view and treat any problems inside your ankle. 

During an ankle arthroscopy, your Surgeon could remove any bone spurs (abnormal bone growth), inflamed synovium (a layer of cells that cover your joint) and loose bone or cartilage that could be floating inside your joint. This should improve any ankle pain and stiffness you've been experiencing. An arthroscopy can also be performed to reconstruct torn ligaments (connective tissue that joins one bone to another) inside your ankle.  

At BMI The Runnymede Hospital, we have years of experience providing high-quality healthcare to patients from Chertsey, Surrey and further afield. Our continuous effort to provide our patients with outstanding healthcare is reflected in our patient satisfaction scores, with 98.3% of our patients rating their healthcare as excellent or very good.  

There are many advantages to having foot or ankle treatment at BMI The Runnymede Hospital, including:  

  • Treatment plans tailored to your personal requirements 
  • Privacy and comfort throughout your hospital stay with en-suite hospital rooms and your own TV and telephone 
  • A 24-hour Nurse call system in every room 
  • Support from our team of specialists throughout your treatment process 
  • Physiotherapy sessions with one of our skilled Physiotherapists to support your recovery following foot or ankle surgery, helping you get back onto your feet as soon as possible 
  • Free car parking for all our patients as well as easy public transport links to our hospital from Chertsey, Surrey and South-West London 

By going private, you could have your first consultation within 48 hours of contacting us, whether online or by phone. 

As a private patient at any one of our hospitals across the UK, you will benefit from: 

  • A broad range of appointment times with the opportunity to see a specialist in the evenings or on a Saturday 
  • Consultant-led care throughout your healthcare journey, from initial consultation to recovery 
  • Fixed-price packages with no hidden costs and your aftercare guaranteed 
  • Flexible payment plans so you can spread the cost of payment, interest free 

With private healthcare, you get to make the choices around your healthcare. Start your journey with us by phoning a member of our team on 01932 877800 or booking your consultation online.

Specialists offering Private Foot and Ankle Surgery Chertsey

Mr Rishi Chana

Consultant Hip and Knee Orthopaedic Surgeon

MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCS Ed, MSc (Dist), PG Med Ed, FRCS Tr&Orth Ed

BMI The Chiltern Hospital 2 more BMI The Princess Margaret Hospital BMI The Runnymede Hospital

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Mr Dean Michael

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

MBBS FRCS FRCS (trauma and orthopaedics)

BMI The Runnymede Hospital

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