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Coronavirus Information

In response to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak and in line with national guidance, we have suspended our private elective admissions as we support our colleagues in the NHS. 

We are continuing to provide outstanding care for private patients within the Trust’s urgent care pathways and we are also offering selected outpatient consultations via video conference or telephone.

If you are an existing patient and have any questions about your treatment, please contact your consultant or their secretary directly.

For new patients that require urgent treatment or would like to be kept informed of when we can begin to accept elective admissions, please call our enquiry team on 0208 909 5114 or complete the contact form.

We want to thank you for your understanding at this time.

  • Low Back Fusion Surgery

    Low Back Fusion Surgery

    There are many reasons why we would consider surgery but it is generally kept as a last resort, once conservative measures of treatment have been exhausted.

  • Lower Back Pain And Sacroiliac Joint Fusion Surgery

    Lower Back Pain And Sacroiliac Joint Fusion Surgery

    Robert Lee, Consultant Spinal Surgeon at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, talks about problems with the joint that connects the pelvis to the spine

    Lower back pain affects up to 90 percent of adults at some point in their life. Most of the time, this is simply a muscle strain that improves with rest and painkillers. Sometimes the symptoms are bad enough to warrant treatment by a physiotherapist, chiropractor or osteopath. When back pain persists for a long period of time despite all these alternative treatments, then advice is sought from a specialist such as a spine surgeon. This is because there is often a structural problem with the spine which may be giving rise to these symptoms.

  • Single Stage Posterior Scoliosis Correction Surgery

    Single Stage Posterior Scoliosis Correction Surgery

    Scoliosis is a sideways curvature of the spine when viewed from the back or front. It is accompanied by a twisting of the body resulting in prominence of the ribs.

    Typical signs include:

    • A visibly curved spine
    • One shoulder is higher than the other
    • One shoulder or hip being more prominent than the other
    • Clothes not hanging properly
    • A prominent ribcage
    • A difference in leg lengths

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