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Maggie was experiencing extreme pain in her big toe that made walking, standing and wearing certain shoes difficult. The pain got worse and worse until she finally decided to seek help. A friend suggested she go to the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, north west London, the UK's largest specialist orthopaedic centre.
Sophia wants to be a professional dancer/performer so it was crucial to her that the care she received from us would not limit her ability to dance. Through the skill of Mr Tahir Khan, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, and the post-surgery rehabilitation offered by the RNOH, Sophia has the best chance of fulfilling her ambition to be a dancer. Hear Sophia's story.
Francis suffered from chronic pain. Hear her life-changing story after spinal deformity correction performed by Mr Robert Lee.
Linda underwent a right Medacta total knee replacement. Due to her active lifestyle, Linda needed a special type of knee implant. The expert orthopaedic surgeon Mr Gikas ensured Linda’s operation was a success and the nursing staff gave her the very best care and comfort.
Peter suffered serious arthritis in his hip causing him pain, sleeping problems and reduced mobility. He underwent an anterior approach total hip replacement at the RNOH by Mr Gikas, consultant orthopaedic surgeon. Now, five weeks after surgery, Peter is able to sleep and walk with no pain and his quality of life has significantly improved.
After falling whilst on holiday in South Africa, Keith needed specialist bone reconstruction after suffering a complex break in his leg. Hear Keith’s successful post-surgery story…..and climbing Ben Nevis!