Orthopaedic Service at London Doctors Clinic
London Doctors Clinic has partnered with Progen Orthopaedics to provide our patients with quick access to specialist orthopaedic care. If you’re suffering with hip or knee pain, discomfort from tennis elbow and joint pain, our doctors can refer you to one of our orthopaedic specialists or you can see a specialist at our Oxford Street or London Bridge clinics.
Book a 15-minute GP consultation with one of our GPs to discuss your concern and they will arrange a referral for you.
See an orthopaedic specialist at our Oxford Street clinic every Tuesday between 16:00 and 17:00 or London Bridge every Thursday between 11am and 12:00.
Why choose London Doctors Clinic:
- Total musculoskeletal assessment, plus how to manage the condition in line with your lifestyle
- Rapid investigation and diagnosis with our dedicated musculoskeletal radiologist
- Bespoke management planning with a holistic approach to your care
- Joint preservation options – managing symptoms without surgery
Hip and knee problems
Coming in for one our Sports Medical Certificates. Or perhaps you just successfully ran a marathon and your knees don’t feel quite right now?
Endurance sports such as running, swimming and weightlifting can cause our joints to suffer from general wear and tear or result in an injury that required specialist attention. If you have any concerns before or after undertaking a sporting event, book an appointment with one of our doctors.
Groin injuries and pains in this area can actually be linked to your hips and knees. If you experience any pain in this area, don’t ignore it and speak to one of our doctors about seeing our Orthopaedic Consultant for a full musculoskeletal assessment to help identify the cause of the problem. Often there is a simple, non-surgical solution that can easily managed with the correct medical guidance.
Foot and ankle pain
Ankles are very complex joints and pain can be due to multiple factors: instability, a simple strain, arthritis, tendonitis, a fracture and more. The safest way to get a correct diagnosis is to see a doctor and get it examined. Our doctors will be able to advise on treatment plans and whether you need a referral to see an orthopaedic specialist.
If you’re planning on taking part in a triathlon or an Ultra Marathon, speak to your doctor during your physical assessment about any foot & ankle concerns you may have. If needed, our doctors can arrange a rapid referral and diagnostic imaging before your race to make sure you’re at your peak.
Shoulder and elbow pain
Shoulder and elbow problems are of the most common musculoskeletal problems. Shoulder pain is often the symptom of another problem, which is why it’s important to speak to a doctor is the pain doesn’t subside after 2 weeks.
Shoulder pain can also be caused by poor posture, trauma, frozen shoulder and joint disorders such as arthritis. Sometimes the pain can be caused by a problem in your neck, causing pain in your shoulders and upper back. Our GPs can provide advice and treatment options at any of our clinic.
Back pain and other spinal issues
If you’ve ever experienced back pain, you’ll know how frustrating it can be. Whether it’s an old or new injury, the pain affects your day to day life and can prevent you from getting a good night’s sleep.
How we can help you
Book a same day 15-minute GP consultation with one of our GPs for treatment and advice. Should you need a private referral to a specialist, or diagnostic imaging, we can arrange that for you.
If you need a repeat prescription for an ongoing problem or if you need some fast-medical advice, our private GPs can help. Book online to any of our central London locations to see a doctor today.
If you can’t travel in, book a video appointment to speak to a doctor from the comfort of your own home*.
If you do need to see an Orthopaedic Specialist, our experience GPs can provide instant referrals to one our consultants.
* Please note due to safeguarding measures, we are unable to prescribe certain medications over video. Please refer to our Video T&Cs for further information.