Spine Surgery & Conditions

About 80% of the UK population will experience back pain, but thankfully most of these episodes are not serious, with the pain lasting a few weeks. Unfortunately, for the few who experience chronic back problems, the effect on everyday life can be huge.
Back Pain

At Schoen Clinic all our departments work closely together to determine the correct diagnosis of your back pain and ensure that you receive the most suitable treatment and an optimal outcome.

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Spinal Fracture

At Schoen Clinic, the spine is one of our areas of expertise. After careful diagnosis, our specialists can offer you the best-possible treatment to let you quickly move around again, pain-free.

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Sciatica (with Herniated Disc)

If you are experiencing severe pain in the back that radiates into the leg or numbness and or weakness in the leg, the diagnosis could be a disc protrusion.

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Scoliosis and Kyphosis

Schoen Clinic specialises in deformities and misalignment of the back. We provided a personalised and tailored range of treatments if you suffer from scoliosis or kyphosis.

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Spinal Stenosis

Degenerative changes in the spine can constrict the spinal canal, leading to the development of back and leg pain, numbness in the legs and reduced mobility.

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Degenerative Spondylolisthesis

Degenerative changes in the spine can lead to slippage of one vertebra on the next, leading to the development of back and leg pain, numbness in the legs and reduced mobility.

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Lytic Spondylolisthesis

A stress fracture in the spine can lead to slippage of one vertebra on the next, leading to the development of back and leg pain, numbness in the legs and reduced mobility.

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Knowledge & Insights

4th April, 2019
The bunion had to go

Read the story of one of our patients who had minimally invasive bunion surgery at Schoen Clinic London.

11th March, 2019
Running a marathon? Top tips on avoiding injury

Regular training sessions and long distance runs can have a cumulative effect on the body. Seemingly small niggles can build up resulting in a much larger, more serious injury which may mean you have to stop training altogether.

4th March, 2019
4D body scanner

Are you experiencing niggling pain in your foot, hip, knee or back? Do you want to improve your running technique or simply prevent future injuries?