Hip Replacement

Why choose The Yorkshire Clinic for your hip replacement surgery? 

The Yorkshire Clinic is one of West Yorkshire's leading private hospitals set in three acres of woodland in the grounds of Cottingley Hall near Bingley.

The hospital has 57 en-suite private bedrooms, a la carte menu to meet all your dietary requirements and free on-site parking.

Our leading Consultants and orthopaedic department will guide you from your initial consultation, through to surgery and then on the path to full recovery offering bespoke aftercare and support.

If you're suffering with hip pain and wondering whether to have hip replacement surgery, please email: orthopaedics@ramsayhealth.co.uk to discuss your options and book a consultation.


Hip Replacement Surgery

Hip replacement surgery is now a fairly common procedure which provides relief to thousands of people suffering with walking difficulties and joint pain. A hip replacement operation can give people a new lease of life free from pain.

Having a hip replacement operation is not right for everyone suffering from pain in their hips, but a consultation with orthopaedic specialists and experts in the field will help to establish when’s best  to proceed with hip replacement surgery. Looking at what a hip replacement entails and what the operation achieves is a good way of deciding whether hip replacement surgery could be the right solution for you.

 

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