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Desk

Consultation

A good history taking and clinical examination will give me important clues as to the origin of your problem and how to manage it.

(Face to face / Virtual / Telephone)

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Investigation

These are the tools available to confirm your diagnosis. You will be advised on the appropriate tools to use to investigate your symptoms. 

  • X-ray

  • Ultrasound scan

  • CT scan

  • MRI scan 

  • Bone scan 

  • Blood test

Hip

Conditions 

  • Degenerative 

    • Osteoarthritis

    • Inflammatory Arthritis

    • Previous Trauma

    • Previous surgery

    • Previous Perthes disease

    • Previous Slipped Upper Femoral Epiphyses (SUFE)

  • Others

    • Trochanteric Pain syndrome​

    • Hip Impingement

    • Acetabular labral tear

    • Avascular Necrosis

    • Hip Dysplasia

    • Infection

  • Hip Replacement​

    • Post operative issues​

    • Infection

    • Metal on Metal Hip Replacement

    • Instability

    • Loosening

    • Persistent Pain

Treatment Options
  • Analgesia

  • Physiotherapy

  • Injection

  • Hip Replacement

    • Primary ​

    • Revision

*These lists are not exhaustive

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Knee

Conditions 

  • Degenerative

    • Osteoarthritis​

    • Inflammatory Arthritis

    • Previous Trauma

    • Previous surgery

  • Others​

    • Ligamentous injury​

    • Patellofemoral instability

    • Meniscal tear

    • Loose body

Treatment Options
  • Analgesia

  • Physiotherapy

  • Injection 

  • Knee Arthroscopy (Keyhole)

  • Knee Replacement 

  • Ligament reconstruction (I do not perform this type of surgery)

* These lists are not exhaustive

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