Ankle Injuries we commonly treat
The ankle is the most frequently injured joint in sport. Ongoing instability is often underestimated and can result in degenerative change and arthritis. Modern techniques allow the joint to be treated with rehabilitation or key hole surgery. Ligament repair with the internal brace can restore normal function and accelerate recovery after ligament repair. There is no longer a need for prolonged immobilisation allow early return to play/ work.
Ligament reconstruction and syndesmotic acute and chronic repair using Internal bracing to accelerating recovery
Minimally invasive knotless technique
Optimising function and reducing recovery time
Achilles repair using an Internal Brace
With the internal brace outcomes can be dramatically improved and the risk complications is minimised. This minimally invasive technique is strong enough to support early mobilisation without the need for a cast/ stookie.
For chondral lesions and impingement