Foot & Ankle Specialists London

Schoen Clinic London works with the leading specialists in foot and ankle problems, and is able to offer quick diagnosis and follow up procedures in house.

About our Foot & Ankle Specialists

A number of areas in our feet and ankles are particularly prone to injury and other problems. The achilles tendons in our heels and the ligaments in our ankles are vulnerable to sprains and strains because of the amount of work they do, and the ankle can be subject to injury or chronic conditions such as arthritis. In addition the arch of the foot and the toes themselves can also be the source of a number of painful problems.

The orthopaedic surgeons at Schoen Clinic all specialise in particular areas. As such our foot and ankle surgeons are extremely experienced in all conditions which affect these areas, and each has had many years specialist experience in diagnosing and treating everything from bunions to performing complex reconstructive surgery.

All our orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeons are fellowship trained or have higher speciality training in this country or abroad, and hold prestigious positions at many of this country’s leading teaching hospitals.

A number of our Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons are active in a variety of different sports which also gives them a special interest in sports medicine and the treatment of sporting injuries. Our consultants are also expert in minimally invasive surgery and many cases are performed as day case procedures with quick recovery times.

At the clinic you will receive personalised care and attention whether you need surgery or more conservative treatment. From your first appointment to the aftercare following your procedure you will be delighted at the individual care and attention you will receive.

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?

We help both professional and amateur athletes achieve their goals

We have a range of diagnostic equipment which can be used to technically test and measure your current health, identify any movement irregularities or muscular weaknesses, and then strengthen those areas through targeted exercise.
Meet our Sports Exercise Team
+44 (0)203 929 0801