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November 17, 2020
  • Coriel Orthopaedic Group

Private Orthopaedic Surgeons in Worksop

O is for Orthopaedics

Have you been affected by bone, muscle or joint pain? Whether its arthritis, a sprained ankle or knee pain, most of us have searched the internet for the magical treatment that is meant to miraculously help us, but the truth is, we need to be visiting real specialists for these kinds of injuries and conditions. Luckily we have specialist surgeons in Worksop that can help treat our orthopaedic needs.

Orthopaedics is a branch of medicine that focuses on the care of the musculoskeletal system. This system is made up of muscles, bones and joints, as well as ligaments, and tendons. The study of orthopaedics is truly fascinating and it offers doctors the opportunity to treat patients with conditions that are affecting the muscles and bones, allowing patients to live fuller and more mobile lives. Here at Coriel Orthopaedic Group our surgeons have over 100+ years of combined experience ensuring that we provide our patients with world-class expertise, patient care and treatment.

A person who specialises in orthopaedics is known as an orthopaedist or orthopaedic surgeon. On average, an Orthopaedic surgeon does a 5 year degree in medicine (recognised by the General Medical Council), a 2 year foundation programme of general training, 2 years of core surgical training in a hospital and up to 6 years of specialist training. These surgeons are devoted to the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the bones, joints, ligaments, tendons and muscles.

Some orthopaedists are generalists, while others specialise in certain areas of the body, such as:

 

 

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How our Orthopaedists in Worksop can help you

Orthopaedic surgeons can treat a wide variety of musculoskeletal conditions and will explore both nonsurgical and surgical treatment options, depending on the severity of the condition and the amount of pain that it is causing. Whether these conditions have been present since birth, have occurred as a result of injury or are age-related, and orthopaedist will work hard to understand and treat the condition accordingly.

Many people know that orthopaedic surgeons treat broken bones, and replace painful joints, but did you know that orthopaedic surgeons also treat patients for:

  • Sports injuries
  • Shoulder dislocation
  • Tennis Elbow
  • Achilles tendon injuries, bunions and foot/ankle injuries
  • Osteoporosis
  • Arthritis
  • Carpal tunnel and hand injuries
  • Back pain, ruptured disks and spinal stenosis
  • Flat feet and hip dysplasia

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Appointments in Worksop…

Not sure what to expect in an appointment? Here is a little more information. One of our Orthopaedic surgeons will work to diagnose the condition of the patient. This normally includes conducting a physical examination and possible taking X-rays if there is a need to do so.

Sometimes, we will need to use other methods such as an injection, to help make the diagnosis or treat the condition, additional testing may also be necessary to confirm the diagnosis.

How we diagnose conditions

In order to help diagnose a patient’s condition, our surgeon will firstly have a conversation with the patient regarding their symptoms and level of pain or discomfort. Following this they will carry out a physical examination which may lead to X-Rays and possible further tests such as bone scans. Our surgeons will be with you every step of the way to ensure that you get the medical treatment that you need, as well as personal patient care and support.

We will work alongside you and your GP to provide the best possible treatment and patient care, helping you get back to doing the things you love. Therefore if you are looking for specialist private surgeons in Worksop that can help treat your orthopaedic needs, simply contact us. 

 

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