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Orthopaedics is the branch of surgery that diagnoses, treats and cares for your musculoskeletal system. It covers a complex system that we all use constantly: from bones and joints to ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves.

One Health’s provides orthopaedic specialists who can help you live a better life by addressing conditions such as osteoarthritis, tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. We use a variety of effective techniques to treat you, from joint replacement to keyhole surgery. Discover the range of conditions and treatments that One Health can offer.

Treatments

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Upper GI Endoscopy

Upper GI Endoscopy

An upper gastrointestinal endoscopy (gastroscopy) is a test which allows the endoscopist to look directly at the lining of the oesophagus (gullet), the stomach and around the first bend of the small intestine – the duodenum. The gastroscope is a long flexible tube (thinner than your little finger) with a bright light on the end.

Subtalar Fusion

Subtalar Fusion

A fusion surgery causes two bones that normally move against each other through a joint to heal together. Fusion is appropriate for diseased joints when replacement of the joint is not an option. Once the area heals together, it acts as one unit but can restore function and provide significant pain relief. Generally speaking, fusion is also very durable.

MTP Joint Fusion

MTP Joint Fusion

Arthritis of the first metatarsophalangeal or MTP joint (the big joint of the big toe) can cause pain and swelling. This can lead to difficulty with shoewear and mild activity such as walking. Arthritis develops when the cartilage in the joint wears away and the two bones that make up the big toe joint rub against one another. The goal of this procedure is to join (fuse) bones together permanently. By doing this, the joint is gone and the arthritis pain lessens.

Nerve conduction studies (NCS) and electromyography (EMG)

Nerve conduction studies (NCS) and electromyography (EMG)

Nerve conduction studies are generally performed to aid the diagnosis of any disorder involving the peripheral nervous system.

Unicompartmental Knee Replacement

Unicompartmental Knee Replacement

A unicondylar knee replacement is used when the arthritis affects just one side of the joint. The other normal areas are preserved and the affected side replaced with an implant made from metal and plastic. The advantage of a unicondylar versus a total knee replacement is a more normal feeling joint.

Trigger Finger

Trigger Finger

Trigger Finger is a condition affecting the tendons in the hand. It can affect one or more fingers and sometimes the thumb. When bending the finger it can “click” or lock down – this is due to a build up of swelling in the tendon.

Trapeziectomy

Trapeziectomy

Trapeziectomy’s are normally performed as day case surgery under a general anaesthetic or a regional block (where the arm is made numb using an injection).

Total Wrist Fusion

Total Wrist Fusion

When to consider a Wrist fusion? When non-operative treatments have failed to control the pain.

Total Knee Replacement

Total Knee Replacement

The most common cause of joint problems is arthritis. There are other causes such as congenital abnormalities and deformities due to accidents.

Subacromial Decompression

Subacromial Decompression

The operation is done by keyhole surgery ('arthroscopy'). Sub-acromial decompression involves releasing the ligament from the front of the acromion and trimming off the under surface of the acromion bone. This allows the tendon to move more freely and thus break the cycle of rubbing and swelling.

SLAP Repair

SLAP Repair

Superior Labrum Anterior to Posterior (SLAP) lesions are an abnormality of the top part (superior) aspect of the labrum. They can be a cause of significant pain and instability in the shoulder.

Shoulder Replacement

Shoulder Replacement

The Upper Limb Unit team would like you and your family to understand as much as possible about the operation you are going to have.

Rotator Cuff Repair

Rotator Cuff Repair

During a rotator cuff repair, your surgeon will examine your shoulder to find any tears in the muscles or tendons and then fasten them back into place again. The aim is to reattach the tendons to the bone with the help of anchors. The bone on the underside of the acromion may also be smoothed out.

Posterolateral Complex Reconstruction

Posterolateral Complex Reconstruction

This infomation is designed to explain the anatomy and function of the posterolateral complex (PLC), what can happen as a result of injury, a description of the surgery to reconstruct these structures and the rehabilitation thereafter.

Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Posterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

To reconstruct the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), this website aims to give information on the PCL structure and function, of what an operation entails and post operative rehabilitation. After reading this website if you have any further questions please contact us.

PIP Joint Replacement of the Little Finger

PIP Joint Replacement of the Little Finger

When to consider a PIP joint replacement?When non-operative treatments have failed to control the pain and the pain is: Moderate to severe, Constant/ all the time, Affecting sleep, Stopping you from carrying out activities of daily living

Osteochondral Grafting of the Knee

Osteochondral Grafting of the Knee

For osteochondral grafting, this information sheet is intended to provide details about the problem. It will include a brief explanation of what is meant by a chondral or osteochondral lesion, a description of the surgical procedure called osteochondral grafting and what will happen post-operatively and through rehabilitation.

Metacarpo-phalangeal (MCP) Joint Replacement

Metacarpo-phalangeal (MCP) Joint Replacement

When to consider a MCP joint replacement?When non-operative treatments have failed to control the pain and the pain is: Moderate to severe; Constant/ all the time; Affecting sleep; Stopping you from carrying out activities of daily living

Knee Arthroscopy

Knee Arthroscopy

Regarding knee arthroscopy, this information is designed to explain what is involved in an arthroscopy, the reasons why an arthroscopy may be required and what to expect on the day of surgery and after.

Total Hip Replacement

Total Hip Replacement

A hip replacement is a common type of surgery where a damaged hip joint is replaced with an artificial one (known as a prosthesis).

Elbow Replacement

Elbow Replacement

The most common reason for replacing the elbow joint is for arthritis, usually rheumatoid arthritis. However it may be necessary with osteo-arthritis (wear and tear) and following a fracture or bad accident.

Carpal Tunnel Release

Carpal Tunnel Release

What is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome? It is a common condition that causes pain, numbness and burning/ tingling sensation in the hand and fingers.

Autograft Chondrocyte Implantation of the Knee

Autograft Chondrocyte Implantation of the Knee

For autograft chondrocyte implantations, this information is intended to provide details regarding surgery. It will include a brief explanation of what is meant by a chondral or osteochondral lesion, a description of the surgical procedure called autograft chondrocyte implantation and what will happen post-operatively and through rehabilitation.

Shoulder Arthroscopy

Shoulder Arthroscopy

The reason you are going to have a capsular release is because you have a stiff shoulder and the aim of the operation is to improve the movement in your shoulder. A stiff shoulder may sometimes be called a 'frozen shoulder'; or you may have developed stiffness following an injury or a previous operation to your shoulder.

Anterior Stabilisation

Anterior Stabilisation

The Upper Limb Unit team would like you and your family to understand as much as possible about the operation you are going to have.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

For knee injuries to reconstruct the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), this website aims to give you information on the ACL structure and function, what an operation entails including postoperative rehabilitation. After reading this information if you have any further questions please contact us.

Total Ankle Replacement

Total Ankle Replacement

Ankle arthritis can be treated with replacing the Ankle joint by doing a Total ankle Replacement. This allows for mobility and relieves pain. Below is a type of ankle joint which is uncemented mobile bearing joint.

 Ankle Arthrodesis (Ankle Fusion)

Ankle Arthrodesis (Ankle Fusion)

The goal of ankle arthrodesis (also commonly known as ankle fusion) is to relieve pain and maintain or improve function for a patient with ankle arthritis.

Achilles Tendon Repair

Achilles Tendon Repair

If a primary repair was performed, after two weeks you will go into a walking boot with three wedges. You will be able to take one wedge out every five days following your surgery, until the foot is flat inside the boot.

Claw Toe Correction

Claw Toe Correction

Claw toes are flexion deformity of the PIP joints and hyperextension of the MTP joints. Hammertoes are flexion deformity of the PIP joints. Mallet toes are flexion deformity of DIP joints.

Bunion/Hallux Valgus

Bunion/Hallux Valgus

Bunion (hallux valgus) affects the big toe joint (1st MTP joint). The proximal phalanx of the big toe moves outwards making the metatarsal head prominent on the inner side of the forefoot.

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