Bones and joints

Whether it's hip and knee or back pain problems, issues with your bones and joints can have a huge impact on your day-to-day life. Our world-class consultants and physiotherapists at Spire Healthcare can provide advice and support, to help you overcome and manage your joint-related problems.

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Eight signs you may need physiotherapy

Physiotherapy isn’t just for athletes or those recovering from an injury.

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Knee arthroscopy surgery

Watch how a knee arthroscopy surgery takes place.

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Carpal tunnel syndrome: four wrist exercises to help relieve pain

Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a fairly common condition affecting the wrist and hand.

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Full hip replacement surgery

Watch how a hip replacement surgery takes place

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Can I still play sports after knee replacement surgery?

Knee replacement surgery is a common treatment for people with chronic (long-term) knee pain.

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Four common hand conditions and their treatments

Your hands are complex structures, which include an intricate network of ligaments, bones and muscles.

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How to avoid neck pain

Everyday movements and your posture can affect your neck.

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Seven tips for hip and knee health

As you get older, you may find that your hips and knees ache or feel stiff more often.

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What is knee arthritis?

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Tim Waters, explains what osteoarthritis of the knee is and how it's treated.

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Hip pain when running: causes and symptoms

Running is a great form of cardiovascular exercise and can also help lift your mood.

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How to manage and treat bunions

A bunion is a bony lump that forms on the knuckle of your big toe.

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Surgery for ACL

Mr James Murray, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, explains what anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) surgery is and why it might be needed.

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How swimming can help strengthen your joints

Exercise is great for your overall health but some types are better than others when it comes to protecting and strengthening your joints.

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Understanding rotator cuff injuries: from anatomy to treatment

Your shoulder joint is one of the most complex joints in your body and the rotator cuff is vital to its stability and movement.

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What is shoulder arthritis?

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Timothy Matthews, describes in detail what shoulder arthritis is and how it can be treated.

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Pain behind the knee (posterior pain)

Pain behind the knee often occurs alongside swelling at the back of your knee, which may spread to the back of your leg (calf).

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Knee pain when bending or squatting

Wear and tear of your knee over time can cause pain when bending your knee.

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Ask the expert: what is scoliosis?

Scoliosis refers to twisting and curvature of the spine and usually affects adolescents aged nine to 14 years.

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Hip arthroscopy Q&A with Professor Max Fehily

If you have an active lifestyle and are suffering from hip pain, you may benefit from a hip arthroscopy.

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Osteoarthritis of the hands and wrist

Osteoarthritis of the hands and wrist can be a painful and restrictive condition to live with.

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Looking after your joints through cycling

When hip or knee problems strike, it’s easy to exercise less for fear of doing more damage than good.

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Hip replacement surgery: what does it involve and what are the risks?

Over 115,000 hip replacement surgeries happen in the UK every year.

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Don’t suffer from back pain and sciatica unnecessarily

Do you suffer from back pain? You’re not alone. Back pain and sciatica are very common conditions in the UK.

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What is sciatica?

Consultant Neurosurgeon, Mr George Eralil, describes in detail what sciatica is and how it can be treated.

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Common knee injuries in runners and their treatments

The most common knee injuries in runners are, unsurprisingly, often caused by overuse.

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