Orthopaedics | Berkshire Independent Hospital

Orthopaedics at The Berkshire Independent Hospital

orthopaedics

Orthopaedics is the medical specialty that focuses on all musculoskeletal problems and sports injuries. Your body’s musculoskeletal system allows you to move around and be active by way of your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, muscles and nerves all working together. If any of these elements become injured or worn you may suffer excruciating pain and your mobility may be impaired.

Here at Berkshire Independent Hospital in Reading we provide rapid assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention for numerous common and complex orthopaedic conditions, from severe sports injuries and joint replacements to intricate foot surgery. So if you’re suffering from pain caused by a problem of your musculoskeletal system our highly experienced multi-disciplinary team are here to help.

Many of our specialist orthopaedic Consultants are leaders in their fields and most specialise in specific areas of the musculoskeletal body, for example, shoulder, hip, knee, hand, wrist and elbow and, foot and ankle.

Our focus at Berkshire Independent Hospital is to provide the very best individual orthopaedic care to get you back to full mobility and without pain as quickly as possible.

Our Treatments:

Shoulder

Elbow/Wrist & Hand

Hip

Knee

Spine

Foot & Ankle

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Great Benefits

  • Your choice of consultant
  • Appointments in as little as 72 hours
  • A single point of contact
  • Matron and consultant-led care
  • A range of payment options
  • Individual physiotherapy sessions
  • Priority discharge
  • Freshly prepared menu
  • Private en-suite rooms*
  • Aftercare packages
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  • Straight forward application process
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  • Payments made direct to hospital
  • Interest-free loan plan
  • Administration fee of £95
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