164 – 168 Cromwell Road,
Monday – Friday 8.45am – 6pm
For all joint and musculoskeletal issues – from soft tissue injuries to fractures and joint replacement surgery – contact Simon Moyes and the Capital Orthopaedics team, who are dedicated to offering an approachable, efficient and effective service.
The Cromwell Hospital is an internationally renowned private hospital located in the South Kensington area of London. Providing surgical and non-surgical treatment for musculoskeletal conditions, the Cromwell Hospital incorporates state of the art diagnostics equipment, along with the very latest surgical technology, as well as a fully equipped onsite sports medicine clinic.
The Capital Orthopaedics team is made up of highly experienced medical professionals – from renowned orthopaedic consultant surgeon Simon Moyes, to radiologists, nurses, anaesthetists and physiotherapists.
Our orthopaedic specialists in London treat all musculoskeletal problems in patients including professional athletes needing keyhole surgery to repair damaged ligaments and cartilage, through to older people who need joint replacements to stay fit and active.
The Capital Orthopaedics sports medicine clinic offers a full range of treatments: physiotherapy and ultrasound guided injections, keyhole surgery for tissue repair and joint preservation, as well as joint replacements.
Offering surgical and non-surgical treatments for a range of shoulder problems, from arthritis to sports injuries. Simon Moyes and his team specialise in minimally invasive orthopaedic surgery for shoulder repair, as well as shoulder replacements. Our team of expert physiotherapists offers comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation plans for fast and effective recovery.
As one of the leading private orthopaedic surgeons in London, Simon Moyes has been successfully treating knee problems for over 30 years. Whether you have a minor sports-related knee injury or require a complete knee replacement, the Capital Orthopaedics team provides expert diagnosis, conservative treatment and knee surgery.
Ankles are the most commonly injured joints of the body, and ankle pain can be very debilitating. We treat a range of ankle conditions, including sprains, fractures, footballer’s ankle, cysts, loose bodies, arthritis and Achilles tendon problems.
Your foot is highly complex and damage to its structure can seriously affect your ability to walk, run and move around. We treat foot conditions, including bunions, osteoarthritis, fractures, toe deformities, Morton’s Neuroma, plantar fasciitis and heel pain.
When elbow problems occur, they can be very disabling. Our team treats a wide range of elbow conditions, including Tennis Elbow, Golfer’s Elbow, loose bodies and elbow instability.
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