We offer a wide range of procedures, at competitive, pre-confirmed prices that include your operation, consultant's fees (both surgeon and anaesthetist), nursing care, accommodation, physiotherapy, medication, and aftercare - leaving you free to relax knowing there won't be any hidden extras for the healthcare you need.
Joints and Limbs - Orthopaedics
Shoulder pain and weakness caused by an 'irreparable' rotator cuff tear and advancing arthritis remains a real challenge for a surgeon to treat.
At Bridgend Clinic we are able to offer a real solution to this problem. A highly developed shoulder replacement is now being used here which can dramatically restore shoulder function.
Based on years of international research the 'reverse polarity total shoulder replacement' offers a unique design where the 'ball and socket' joint orientation is reversed. This means the patient does not need to have a functioning rotator cuff for its successful implantation. The traditional total shoulder replacement remains an effective implant for selected cases, but its success has always been dependent on an intact, functioning rotator cuff.
The reverse polarity total shoulder is able to offer a surgical solution to many patients who would hitherto be destined to continued pain and poor arm function.
Mr Anthony Martin (consultant upper-limb surgeon) is experienced in this implant surgery. For more imformation, please enquire.
- Total Hip Replacement
- Hip Resurfacing
- Total Knee Replacement
- Knee Arthroscopy
- ACL Reconstruction
- Theraputic Shoulder Arthroscopy
- Carpel Tunnel Decompression
Eyes - Ophthalmology
- Inguinal Hernia
- Incisional Hernia
- Umbilical Hernia
- Hiatus Hernia and Lap Nissen Fundoplication
- Gall Bladder Removal (Laparoscopic Cholecystectomy)
- Hiatus Hernia
Weight Loss / Bariatric Surgery
Cosmetic Treatment (Non-Surgical)
Womb, Vagina & Ovaries - Gynaecology
Mouth, Jaw, Face & Neck - Maxillofacial
Heart - Cardiology
Endocrinology and Diabetes
Musculoskeletal Assessment Service
Musculoskeletal (MSK) is a term used for conditions affecting your muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments, cartilage, spine and nerves.
We provide a private service offering advanced and timely management of musculoskeletal conditions. We are committed to providing specialist Assessment, Diagnosis and Management of a wide range of disorders including:
- Back pain
- Neck pain
- Soft tissue injuries
- Mild to moderate osteoarthritis
You will receive highly specialised assessment and management advice from an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner or GP with specialist interest in MSK disorders (meet the team).
In order to assist in the diagnosis of your condition, we are able to privately access a wide range of diagnostic tests including:
- Bone Scan
- Blood tests
- Guided injections
As a patient you will be given comprehensive advice about the appropriate management of your condition, this may include:
- Exercise and self-management
- Advice with regards to purchasing appropriate aids
- Work place modification
If indicated we can offer corticosteroid injections (pain relieving injection) which may aid in the management of your condition.
If you require any further information then please contact the MCAS service on 07724854678 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Making an Appointment:
Appointments can be made by calling : 07724 854678
|Consultation Follow up:-|
|Face to Face||£60|
(in addition to consultation fee)
|Additional Letters for employers||£30|
Face to Face consultation fees include a room fee of £20 charged by ABM trust. Prices for Medical imaging will be charged by the imaging provider. JG MSK assessment will advise you on prices of imaging if required.
Cash or Cheque payments will be accepted. Payment will be accepted on the day of assessment or an invoice will be send to you. Please ensure that invoices are paid within 2 weeks. A reminder will be given for late payment.
Mrs Alisa Bourne has provided administrative support to the Private Musculoskeletal service since it’s development in August 2013.
Alisa provides support to the clinicians in all administrative aspects of the service and insures that all correspondence is sent to GP’s and patients within a timely manor.
Mrs Bourne is a well established administrator within the ABMU LHB with a vast experience in medical administrative duties. She combines her role in the NHS with her commitment to providing invaluable support to the private MCAS service.