Ski injury service

Every skier has a ‘worst fall’ story to share. We hope you don’t have a new story to share but it’s best to be prepared. We are not an emergency service but we are what you need next! Call us to get the right treatment, right rehabilitation plan, all in one place and specifically designed for you.


Watch our ski injury experts talk about common ski and snowboarding injuries, including injury prevention and Schoen Clinic London’s approach to rapid diagnosis and treatment.

Meet our Ski Injury Specialists

You’ll have access to some of the finest ski injury experts including knee surgeons, shoulder and elbow specialists, foot and ankle consultants, hand and wrist experts, and sports physicians.
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ACL skiing injuries

Knee injuries, particularly injuries of the anterior cruciate ligament, are very common in skiers due to twisting and turning.
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Skier's thumb

A fall on an outstretched hand with a ski pole in the palm of your hand creates the force necessary to stress the thumb and stretch or tear the ligament.
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MCL tears in skiers

The Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) of the knee has always been the most common knee injury for skiers and snowboarders.
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Step 1: Seek treatment from your nearest emergency service. If self-paying go to step 3.                                                                                           Step 2: If you have private medical insurance (PMI), call your PMI for treatment authorisation.                                                                                 Step 3: Call our ski injury helpline and arrange rapid appointment.                                                                                                                                           *UK-based treatment for individuals aged 16 and over.
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Rotator cuff skiing injuries

Because skiers frequently put their arms out to break a fall, shoulder injuries often occur.
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Wrist fractures in snowboarders

Wrist injuries top the list of common snowboarding injuries, mostly because with snowboarding, the feet aren't free to help break a fall.
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Most common skiing and snowboarding injuries

What are some of the most common injuries on the slopes and how do they happen?
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Get the specialist advice and care you need to begin your recovery process.

Your one-stop appointment includes any diagnostic scans, rapid reporting and review by a consultant specialist to determine the best treatment and/or recovery plan for you.
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