Basinghall Clinic

Basinghall Clinic

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The Capital Orthopaedics & Sports Medicine clinic is also located at the Basinghall clinic in central London

Basinghall Clinic

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4 Basinghall Street,

How To Find Us

Telephone: 0207 323 0040
Fax: 0207 244 4896

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A medical centre for orthopaedic consultations, state-of-the-art diagnostics and physiotherapy treatments. With an onsite radiographer for interpretation of scans, we aim to offer an initial consultation, scan and diagnosis in the same visit. With a fully equipped physiotherapy suite, ongoing treatment plans can be carried out onsite. Providing an efficient patient pathway from The Cromwell Hospital, the clinic also caters for walk-in private patients and referrals from GPs.

Leading Private Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Clinic in London

The Capital Orthopaedics team at the Basinghall Clinic is made up of highly experienced medical professionals – from private orthopaedic surgeon Mr Simon Moyes, to radiologists, physicians, nurses and physiotherapists. To book an appointment with an orthopaedic surgeon in London, click here.

Private Orthopaedic Consultation, Diagnostics & Treatment

Our expert orthopaedic surgeons in London treat problems in shoulders, knees, elbows, feet and ankles. Whether it’s ligament surgery for professional athletes, physiotherapy programmes or joint replacement surgery for older people to stay fit and active – we aim to provide a seamless service from diagnosis to treatment and rehabilitation.

Orthopaedic Surgery & Sports Medicine Services

Working within the Basinghall Clinic, the Capital Orthopaedics team offers cutting edge diagnostic technology and a team of highly qualified sports medicine professionals to support your rehabilitation.

Our multi-skilled team can provide all aspects of treatment, including physiotherapy, ultrasound-guided injection, minimally invasive surgery for tissue repair, joint preservation, or a complete joint replacement.

Diagnosis and treatment of Shoulder Conditions & Injuries

Offering expert diagnosis and treatment for a range of shoulder problems, Simon Moyes and his team specialise in keyhole orthopaedic surgery for shoulder repair, as well as shoulder replacements. The team of expert physiotherapists at the Basinghall Clinic offers comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation plans for fast and effective recovery.

To read more about the treatment of shoulder conditions and injuries, click here.

Diagnosis and Treatment of Knee Conditions and Injuries

Whether you have a minor sports-related knee injury or require a complete knee replacement, the Capital Orthopaedics team provides highly skilled diagnosis, conservative treatment and knee surgery for a range of injuries and conditions.

To read more about the treatment of knee conditions and injuries, click here.

Diagnosis of Ankle Conditions & Injuries

The ankle is the most commonly injured joint in the body, with often debilitating effects. We diagnose and treat ankle conditions including sprains, fractures, arthritis, loose bodies, footballer’s ankle, Achilles tendon problems and cysts.

To read more about the treatment of ankle conditions and injuries, click here.

Diagnosis and treatment of Foot Conditions & Injuries

Your foot is highly complex and damage to its structure can seriously restrict your mobility. We diagnose and treat foot conditions including osteoarthritis, bunions, fractures, Morton’s Neuroma, toe deformities, plantar fasciitis and the causes of heel pain.

To read more about the treatment of foot conditions and injuries, click here.

Diagnosis of Elbow Conditions & Injuries

Providing a one-stop-shop consultation, diagnosis and treatment plan for a range of elbow conditions, including Tennis Elbow, elbow instability, Golfer’s Elbow, and loose bodies.

To read more about the treatment of elbow conditions and injuries, click here.

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