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Foot & Ankle Clinic

Top London foot & ankle experts

Feet and ankles are easy to overlook. Although you rely on your feet and ankles every day, you rarely consider them until there is a problem. It may be a sudden injury or a condition that has been dormant for many years that unexpectedly becomes an issue. Our experts at Schoen Clinic London are specialised in foot and ankle injuries. In our specialised private hospital, we offer you the entire spectrum of treatment. From diagnostics and conservative therapy to foot and ankle surgery.

Conditions treated at our foot and ankle clinic in London

Our qualified and experienced specialists treat a range of foot and ankle conditions. Among those you can have treated at Schoen Clinic London are:

  • Achilles tendon injuries – Overstretching or partially or completely tearing the tendon that connects the heel bone and calf muscle can cause bruising, swelling, stiffness, and tenderness.
  • Arthrosis – A degenerative condition that affects mostly cartilage. Linked with ageing, the condition causes the cartilage to become irregular and wear out. Although arthrosis is non-inflammatory, it can cause pain and loss of joint mobility.
  • Flat feet – Also known as fallen arches, flat feet is a condition in which the arches of the feet collapse. If this happens suddenly, an examination is recommended.
  • Bunions – The tell-tale sign of a bunion is a bony, often painful, bump at the base of the big toe. The bump is caused by an unusual enlargement of the joint.
  • Minimally invasive bunion surgery – This option comes with cosmetic benefits and a lower risk of infection, while patients can often walk immediately after their procedure.
  • Plantar fasciitis – The painful inflammation of the plantar fascia is known as plantar fasciitis and is characterised by sharp pain in the heel area.
  • Toe arthritis (Hallux rigidus) – Left too long without treatment, arthritis in the toes can make each step agonising.
  • Ankle cartilage injuries – Cartilage damage may not cause immediate pain but, if allowed to degenerate, the problems can be debilitating.
  • Ankle ligament injuries – Among the most common sporting injuries, rolling your ankle can strain, tear or even rupture ankle ligaments.

Where in London is Schoen Clinic’s foot and ankle clinic?

Schoen Clinic London
66 Wigmore Street
London
W1U 2SB

Our private foot clinic is located in Central London, conveniently situated at the junction of Wigmore Street and Marylebone Lane.

Parking is not available directly at the clinic; however, drop-off/collection points are available on Marylebone Lane for those arriving or departing by taxi. The two closest public car parks are the Q-Park Oxford Street and NCP Marylebone Lane.

For those arriving by public transport, our clinic is a five-minute walk away from Bond Street Underground Station, on the Central and Jubilee lines. Bond Street is also home to the clinic’s closest bus stops. Services calling here are 207, 427, 483, E2, E7, E8, E11, N11, N83 and N207.

Getting treated at our London foot and ankle clinic

Whether you visit our private foot clinic in London or any of our other locations, the process generally follows these five steps.

1. Getting started
If you’re self-funding treatment, you can just book an appointment directly. However, it’s always best to speak to your GP or physiotherapist, if possible, as a referral will provide your consultant with useful information about your medical history. Patients using health insurance always need a referral as a requirement from their insurance company.
2. Book an appointment
Just call our team on 020 4571 9572 to help find the most appropriate expert and convenient appointment or you can contact us using our online form.
3. See a consultant
Discuss your symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment options with the consultant of your choice. If diagnostic investigations are required, such as an X-ray, MRI, CT scan or blood test, we can usually organise for these to take place on the same day, if possible.
4. Treatment begins
If further treatment is recommended in our foot and ankle clinic, this will be arranged as soon as possible after your consultation at a time to suit you.
5. Aftercare
After your procedure, we provide extensive aftercare and recovery to help get you back on your feet as soon as possible.

How much does a foot and ankle clinic visit cost?

We offer fixed-price surgery packages so that you know exactly what you’ll be paying from the start, with no nasty surprises.

No matter which direction your journey with us goes, we’ll confirm the price of any procedure, consultation or treatment before you undergo it.

For self-funding patients, an initial consultation with one of our experts ranges between £250-£350 on average. Our London foot and ankle clinic offers the following packages:

  • Total ankle replacement − £15,880
  • Ankle arthroscopy (daycase) − £4,015
  • Metatarsal osteotomy for bunion/hallux valgus (daycase) − £4,760
  • Unilateral metatarso-phalangeal cheilectomy − £3,275

For more information on payment options, including spreading the costs over monthly repayments, visit our self-funding patients page.

Can I use your London foot clinic with my medical insurance?

Absolutely. We are welcomed and recognised by all health insurers, so accessing our services using your insurance is easy.

Before attending a consultation with us, it’s important to check that your insurance policy will cover you and if there’s an excess to pay.

We have in-depth information on using your health insurance at Schoen Clinic London, including a step-by-step guide to how the process works.

Contact our foot and ankle clinic today

No matter what issues you’re having with your foot or ankle, our London clinic is home to numerous experts that can help put things right.

Contact us today to find out more about how we work, discuss your funding options or book an initial consultation.

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