Each day, you take thousands of steps – steps that are made possible by the hundreds of bones, tendons, ligaments and muscles seamlessly working together in your feet and ankles. The foot and ankle form a complex structure containing more than 30 joints. They not only enable you to walk, but also facilitate basic movements like standing and flexing the foot as well as more technical movements like running and jumping. When an injury or condition disturbs the normal functioning of any of these joints, it can result in pain, muscle weakness and limited mobility.
Given the complex nature of the foot and ankle, personalized care and expertise are especially important when dealing with any related injury or condition. At London Musculoskeletal Centre, our Multidisciplinary Foot & Ankle Clinic consists of fellowship trained Orthopaedic & Podiatric Surgeons who are dedicated to examining, diagnosing and tailoring treatment plans to meet the individual needs of our patients. Our goal is to restore both mobility and function to get you back on your feet, pain-free.
We offer a wide range of orthopedic ankle treatment options, from non-operative care and in-office procedures for minor conditions to the latest surgical procedures for more complex disorders and injuries. No matter what your treatment path may be, you can expect the same compassionate care and technical expertise from our dedicated foot and ankle specialists – before, during and after treatment.
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"Thank you to all staff members who assisted me during my visit, my experience was pleasant and I would happily visit Harley Street Medical Centre again"
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"The staff were extremely patient and empathetic during my MRI scan, the thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated and admired"