Mr Mark Webb

Finding the Right Sports Injury Clinic in London

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Finding the best sports injury clinic in London for you will depend on your type of injury and whether it is a new or old problem. If you have recently sustained an injury, you would benefit from being seen somewhere that can see you, examine you and get the appropriate tests in a quick and efficient manner.

An early diagnosis means that treatment can start quickly, with the aim to get you back to doing the activities you enjoy as soon as possible. If you have had the problem for a long time, you may already have an understanding of what is wrong. If this is the case, the emphasis should be on finding the person who can understand your problem, and your goals and discuss the range of treatment options available from physiotherapist through to surgery.

The London Orthopaedic Clinic and OneWelbeck

By working at both The London Orthopaedic Clinic and OneWelbeck, Mr Webb is able to ensure that you are seen, assessed and treated effectively. Mr Webb’s focus is on getting his patient back to doing the things that are important to them as quickly as possible. 

By working with a team of experts including sports doctors, surgeons, physiotherapists and radiologists, Mr Webb will aim to get a fast and accurate diagnosis so that your can treat and manage your injury.

The London Orthopaedic Clinic and OneWelbeck

Sports Injury Specialist To Check

If you have a sports injury to your hip, knee or leg, an early diagnosis is essential when designing a treatment plan. Mr Webb can see you in person or remotely to understand the problem. An in person examination is very important to assess the injury further. X-rays, ultrasound and/or MRI can then be used to understand the problem further.

Mr Mark Webb

Mr Webb is a Consultant Hip and Knee surgeon who specialises in treating sports injuries. His focus is on getting people back to their normal activities and will offer both surgical and non-surgical treatment options.

Book An Appointment

Mr Webb offers both in-person and remote consultations. Please do not hesitate to contact the team to arrange an appointment.

Some Sports Injury Tips To Follow

Here are a few simple tips if you injured yourself. Most people are aware of the acronym R.I.C.E. which can be useful in managing minor sprains and strains.

Rest – Pain following an injury is your body letting you know that something is wrong. Rest allows the healing process to start.

Ice – Cold therapy will help to reduce the swelling and inflammation following an injury. Do not use ice or ice packs directly applied to your skin and make sure to limit the duration to no longer than 20 minutes.

Compression – This helps to reduce the amount of swelling. Some cold therapy devices also apply compression. Do not apply anything that is so tight it restricts blood flow.

Elevation – You can also help reduce swelling and inflammation by elevating the injured area. The general rule is to elevate the area above the level of your heart. This means if you have injured your ankle, you will need to lie flat with the leg on a couple of pillows.

These simple steps are for advice only. They can help when dealing with an injury initially but they do not substitute being seen by a qualified professional.

Final Word

Injuries sustained during sports occur frequently. Early injury recognition and diagnosis will mean that a treatment plan can be formulated with the goal of getting you back to enjoying your activities as soon as possible.