Existing Treatments

Multi-diciplinary approach benefits patients

The Bone and Joint Centre consultants are supported by services within Spire Liverpool Hospital such as Sportscan diagnostic imaging with its state of the art static MRI scanner, offering  patients  flexible and convenient x-ray and  MRI appointments without waiting.  Our consultants also work closely with Perform physiotherapists to offer patients a comprehensive assessment and diagnostic rehabilitation service. Following orthopaedic surgery, together these services aim to get patients back on their feet sooner.

State of the art static MRI scanner

BJC work closely with Perform physiotherapist for speedy recovery and improved patient outcomes

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Perform gym now boasts the only AlterG™, Anti-Gravity Treadmill available to the public in Merseyside. The Perform physiotherapists have a wide variety of people using the machine from professional rugby players to patients who have had hip, knee and foot surgery, with excellent results. Using the AlterG™ can help return users to their normal activities faster as exercising becomes easier.

 

Alter G available to everyone

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Podiatry and Orthotics

All foot and ankle problems including in-growing toenails, callosities, bunions, sports and degenerative conditions can be treated at Spire Liverpool Hospital.

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy

Our holistic approach means we take the time to understand the patient’s condition, home-living situation and work environment, so that the best treatment and advice can be given.

Spire Liverpool Hospital Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic offers a dynamic service specialising in musculo-skeletal conditions. The physiotherapists are all highly qualified with more than five years training and are registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.

The department works closely with consultants and GPs to ensure that patients receive a highly focused course of treatment and care tailored to their individual needs.

Our holistic approach means we take the time to understand the patient’s condition, home-living situation and work environment, so that the best treatment and advice can be given.

In addition to devising and implementing orthopaedic rehabilitation programmes our physiotherapists are highly experienced in sports injuries.

Physiotherapy

Our holistic approach means we take the time to understand the patient’s condition, home-living situation and work environment, so that the best treatment and advice can be given.

Spire Liverpool Hospital Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic offers a dynamic service specialising in musculo-skeletal conditions. The physiotherapists are all highly qualified with more than five years training and are registered with the Chartered Society of Physiotherapists.

The department works closely with consultants and GPs to ensure that patients receive a highly focused course of treatment and care tailored to their individual needs. Our holistic approach means we take the time to understand the patient’s condition, home-living situation and work environment, so that the best treatment and advice can be given.

In addition to devising and implementing orthopaedic rehabilitation programmes our physiotherapists are highly experienced in sports injuries.

Podiatry and Orthotics

All foot and ankle problems including in-growing toenails, callosities, bunions, sports and degenerative conditions can be treated at Spire Liverpool Hospital.

Foot & Ankle Treatments

  • Bunions/Hammer Toes
  • Arthritis of foot/ankle
  • Tendons/ligaments surgery
  • Metatasalgia
  • Diabetic foot conditions

Lower Limb Treatments

  • Arthritis of the hip and knee
  • Failed joint replacements
  • Sports injuries of the knee
  • Cartilage tears in the knee
  • Knee ligament injuries
  • Reconstruction after fractures

Spine Treatments

  • Neck Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Prolapsed cervical/lumbar discs
  • Tumour of the spine
  • Degenerative spine conditions
  • Sports injuries of the spine

Hand Treatments

  • Common hand conditions
  • Dupuytren’s contraction
  • Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  • Trigger Fingers
  • Arthritis