Providing full circle orthopaedic treatment to London
Our mission is to be considered the first choice provider in private care for orthopaedic and musculoskeletal-related services in central London, drawing patients nationally and internationally due to a longstanding, robust reputation for clinical excellence, high standards of quality and patient care and wide range of services available on-site in a single visit.
79 Wimpole Street, London
- Blood Tests
- CT Scan
- DEXA Scan
- EMG NCS
- Gait Analysis
- Hypermobility Assessment
- SPECT Scan
- Autologous Conditioned Plasma ACP
- Drug Therapy
- Extracorporeal shock wave therapy ESWT
- Interventional Ultrasound
- Medical Aids
- Orthopaedic Casts
- Pain Management
- Scar Management
- Limb replacement Lengthening
- Minimally Invasive Surgery MIS
The London Orthopaedic Clinic (TLOC) is constantly striving to provide high performance orthopaedic treatment, surgery and care to make a real difference to our patients’ lives.
We offer superior treatment and advice derived from the experience of our surgeons and specialists. Our tight-knit and focused group use collaboration and innovation to produce actual measurable results by working as a multidiscipline team. The energetic team at TLOC act with honesty, integrity and moral responsibility; we are transparent with the information that we give to patients. We are accountable for our actions and genuinely care about our patients.
We act with honesty, integrity, respect and moral responsibility. We are transparent with the information that we give to patients, are accountable for our actions and outcomes and genuinely care about the wellbeing of our patients.
Working within the Care Quality Commission regulations and outcomes to ensure our clinic is committed to providing a patient-focused service that is safe, effective, caring, responsive, competitively priced and well led.
We achieve our mission and maintain our working philosophy by:
1) Recognising and affirming the unique and intrinsic value of every individual
2) Treating our patients with compassion and kindness
3) Acting with honesty and integrity in the way in which we conduct our business and behave towards our patients and their families/friends
4) Trusting our colleagues as valuable members of our healthcare team and pledge to treat each other with loyalty, respect and dignity
5) Ensuring that the focus on clinical governance is maintained and upheld to provide the highest standards of care to our patients
My Protocol for Physio and Rehab RegimeOutpatient PhysiotherapyPatient should be seen by physiotherapist 1 week post surgeryWeek 1: Goals:Eliminate swelling/inflammationAdequate analgesia Regain active quads and VMO controlBe able to perform SLR with no lagRestore patella mobility Maintain full hyperextension Restore normal gait pattern At least 90 degrees knee flexion Patient confident with rehab process and goalsActions:Patient education regarding rehabilita
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