BMI Thornbury Hospital offers a dedicated orthopaedic service for patients in Sheffield, South Yorkshire and the surrounding area.
Our team of orthopaedic consultants provide a quick diagnosis and appropriate treatment for a range of bone and joint conditions. Our consultants have the full support of our nurses, anaesthetists and chartered physiotherapists who will all care for you during your treatment and through to rehabilitation.
We offer treatment for the following areas of the body:
- Sports injuries
Hip Surgery in Sheffield
We offer a range of hip surgeries including total hip replacement, hip arthroscopy and hip resurfacing.
Hip Replacement Surgery
Hip replacement surgery may be suggested to help relieve the painful symptoms caused by arthritis in the hip. During a total hip replacement, the damaged joint is removed and replaced with a prosthesis. This surgery is usually required when all other non-surgical methods are no longer effective. Successful surgery can result in reduced pain and increased mobility.
Hip arthroscopy can be used to diagnose and treat a range of hip problems. The procedure involves inserting a small camera into the hip joint which allows the surgeon to see inside the joint. The problem can often be diagnosed and treated at the same time.
Our orthopaedic surgeons offer a range of knee surgeries including total knee replacement, ACL reconstruction, partial knee replacement and knee arthroscopy.
Knee replacement surgery is performed to replacement a damaged or worn knee joint with an artificial one. This type of surgery is usually required when the knee joint is so damaged or deteriorated that it’s causing persistent pain and is affecting your everyday life.
If your anterior cruciate ligament becomes damaged, ACL reconstruction may be needed to repair your torn ligament. The ACL can be reconstructed by replacing the ligament with a graft.
We offer a range of shoulder treatments such as shoulder replacement surgery, shoulder arthroscopy and rotator cuff surgery.
Rotator Cuff Surgery
Rotator cuff surgery is performed to repair a torn rotator cuff which is responsible for keeping your shoulder stable. Surgery may be suggested when other non-surgical methods haven’t worked.
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.
We offer fast access to consultations and treatments, and our en-suite rooms aside, rigorous approach to infection prevention and control offers you additional peace of mind.
At BMI Thornbury Hospital, we also provide physiotherapy services, and hip procedures at our Hip Revision Centre of Excellence.